Needed to change my brakes, thought I would film it so if anyone had trouble doing it ,this would help them out.
In this video I demonstrate how to repair the front brake on my 2007 GMC Sierra 1500 pickup. This should be the same process for the Chevy Silverado, Tahoe, Suburban, Avalanche and Yukon. You will need to know what brake package your truck has because the parts can be different. The process for replacing the pads and rotors is roughly the same for these vehicles.
Many of the Chevrolet Silverado’s and the GMC Sierra’s have rear drum brakes. Some trucks with the heavy duty tow package, that usually includes the VortecMax 6.0L LQ9 engine and the 4L80E or 6L80E transmission, will have rear discs brakes.
However, all Suburbans, Tahoes, Yukons Escalades and Avalanches will have rear disc brakes.
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How to fix a flat tire using expanding insulating foam. Works great for small tires like hand truck, dolly, wheel barrel, or small bike tires. I have also seen people using it in 4 wheeler mud tires. Doesn’t add hardly any weight. You can do two hand truck tires or one wheel barrel tire per can. Shot this video on Oct 12, 2011. It is December 31, 2016 now and my tires are still nice and firm.
Don’t forget the water! Poly foam needs it to cure properly inside a sealed tire.
Clean the tire out if it has any contaminants like old “fix a flat” or oil. Contaminants might break down the foam and keep it from curing.
It is better to hold the can up side down unless you plan to shake it often.
If you drill a hole in the tire or try to put the foam in thru the valve stem, a bunch of the foam will come back out due to the pressure.
If you don’t want to go in thru the bead, you can drill two holes in the sidewall. One to fill and one 180 degrees from that to relieve the air pressure.
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