Originally Posted by celsdogg
unfortunetly no. for several reasons. i dont have many tools and i dont have a place to do it. my Father-in-law owned a repair shop specializing in foreign cars so he did it while i was in class and he was also going to take it to my uncle-in-law, who owns a service station that would do the state safety inspection. while doing the inspection is when they noticed that it needed new rotors so my uncle-in-law just did it since he had the rotors off anyway.
oh ok, was just trying to make sure you're saving your money
People seem to waste so much money getting their pads and rotors done somewhere, I used to think it was hard, but it is really easy.