If you’re looking for parts, check out RockAuto.com. I get my filters, brake pads, headlamp bulbs and all sorts of other parts from there. They generally have a large assortment of brake related parts for vehicles and have them broken down by good, better, best, performance and such.Watching this thread for replies. I have a 2016 Colorado diesel I bought used last year, with ~50K miles. I noticed pretty quickly the brakes feel like the discs are warped. I want to replace them with higher quality discs but have no idea where to look. Suggestions gratefully accepted.
I have found Wagner brake parts to be the best thing since slice bread. I have Wagner in all four corners of every single vehicle I own.I have always been let down by non OEM brake components. Even buying the most expensive parts store brand pads/rotors never had the same feel as OEM. Not sure why.
You need to try a set of Stoptech Aero drilled rotors with a good set of pads that were bed in properly and then you’ll be born again!!I have always been let down by non OEM brake components. Even buying the most expensive parts store brand pads/rotors never had the same feel as OEM. Not sure why.
I have change my pads and rotors because I've been towing a small trailer. Here's a video link for changing brakes and rotors on 2016 Colorado. Definitely a big difference after upgrading brakes. Also here's a good article review of 🔥 POWER STOP BRAKES REVIEWS: TOP 12 PRODUCTS OF 2020 | MOTORING CRUNCH that is why I chose the Power Stop Brakes.Can someone show me a link (preferably video) for changing Brakes and Rotors front and back on Z71 2016 Colorado Diesel? Thank you in advance.