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Car brake pads how do i know if they fit?

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2004 Chevrolet Truck Blazer 4WD 4.3L SFI OHV 6cyle

Hi  this is ShaowKiller and i need to know how to tell if brack pads fit in my  disk brake/caliper and a 

Wheel Bearing/Hub Assembly-Front. Im at college and need to by the parts so i can have a student from the tech college near me to get the experiments. i any help would be greatly aprashed. Thank You the attach files are what i have found. 

http://www.autozone.com/drivetrain/wheel-bearing-hub-assembly-front?filterByKeyWord=wheel+bearing+front&fromString=search&newYmme=true

http://www.autozone.com/brakes-and-traction-control/brake-pads-front/valucraft-brake-pads-front/chevrolet/blazer-4wd/2004/6-cylinders-x-4-3l-sfi-ohv/575880_0_2576/

http://www.autozone.com/brakes-and-traction-control/brake-pads-rear/valucraft-brake-pads-rear/chevrolet/blazer-4wd/2004/6-cylinders-x-4-3l-sfi-ohv/575883_0_1610/

http://www.autozone.com/brakes-and-traction-control/brake-caliper-rear/chevrolet/blazer-4wd/2004/6-cylinders-x-4-3l-sfi-ohv

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usuially if you go to your local dealer they are able to tell you which ones...I really wouldnt reccomend getting students to fit your breaks..afterall it's the most important safety feature of your car

I under stand you point of safty but i know the frand that is going to fix them. thank you for the help im  going to look at the dealer web site.

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If you have to ask the question please stop before you have a chance to mess up your car. It is cheaper to do them yourself but have someone show you how to.

i shoud have spasafid that im gonig to get the parts befor i start sens it is like -10F out side and thank for the help

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Brake pads are literally the easiest thing to install on your car, not sure about auto zone but amazon has a nice feature where you put in the make and model of your car and they will tell you what will fit and what wont.

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its one of the easiest job that can be done in your car.

Get some tools and do it urselft.

 

GL.

ps. if you got any problems just find tutorial on forums or YT.

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These are the correct ones from Autozone for your 04 Blazer. If you are having a student do it in school I would not worry about any safety concerns because they will have a instructor check to make sure that it is done correctly. It's a great way to get some hands on expierence for the students!

http://www.autozone.com/parts/brakes-and-traction-control/brake-pads-front/duralast-gold-brake-pads-front/chevrolet/blazer-4wd/2004/6-cylinders-x-4-3l-sfi-ohv/582217_0_3773/

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I'm sorry I did not relize that you were doing both the front and rear calipers and a front wheel bearing also.

Everything looks good that youve chosen but for some reason the rear brake pads you chose are showing up out of stock for me so here is a replacement that I found.

http://www.autozone.com/parts/brakes-and-traction-control/brake-pads-rear/duralast-brake-pads-rear/chevrolet/blazer-4wd/2004/6-cylinders-x-4-3l-sfi-ohv/199355_0_1610/

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