2007 Ford F150 Brake Rotor
On the inner side of your F150's wheels are rotors and brake pads that help slow down or stop your vehicle. The rotors are metal discs that decelerate your truck using friction. If the braking is not as precise as it should be, then your rotors might be done. Fortunately, you can replace them quickly, and you'll find your brake rotor replacement at AutoZone at a reasonable price.
Best Brake Rotor For 2007 Ford F150
Brake rotors are one item where you don't want to skimp since safe driving is at stake. Choosing the best rotors for your 2007 F150 should be done considering the original size it was equipped with. Top options include a warranty for more than one year, corrosion-resistant coating, and a brand name you know and trust like Duralast.
How to Replace a Ford F150 Brake Rotor
A DIYer can change a pair of brake rotors in about an hour or so. Loosen the wheel lug nuts, set the parking brake, and lift one end of the F150 using a floor jack or jack stands. Undo the nuts and take off the wheel. Unbolt the caliper guides on the rear of the caliper, starting with the bottom one, then remove the caliper and secure it. Unbolt the caliper bracket bolts from the steering knuckle and remove the caliper bracket. Pull off the brake rotor. Slide in the new rotor and re-install everything else.
Shop at AutoZone for any parts you need including 2007 F150 2WD front rotors, steering parts, fluids, filters, and other items according to year, make, model, and engine size. Enjoy the benefits of Same-Day In-Store or Curbside Pickup or Free Next-Day Delivery to get the parts you need in a flash.