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Borrego? They look the same as the front pads. My question is do you need any special tools to compress the caliper cylinder back to get the pads on so it will clear the Rotor. Im not to that point yet with my Brakes but I would like to know in advance if its something I can do or not.

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No special tools needed. You can use a big set of channel locks to compress the piston just like any other brake job.
 

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I haven't bought pads. I was just ckecking out the brakes when I rotated the tires. I have a 05 chevy venture and the pads look real similar to the pads on it.

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Oh alright I see. If you do happen to need to new brakes in the future, check us out! I can offer you great deals on brake parts.
 

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Oh alright I see. If you do happen to need to new brakes in the future, check us out! I can offer you great deals on brake parts.
I looked on your website and it only shows the rear brake pads. Do you sell front pads for the Borrego?
 
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