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You need a 3 inch C clamp,Allen wrench set,floor jack and some patience.For the brake pads on the front,Jack up the Blazer under the A frame on the side you are working on.Remove the tire.Use the Allen wrench to remove the claiper.The old pads will come off easy,note which pads goes where.Use the C Clamp to compress the Brake piston back into the caliper.Then place the new pads on and fit the caliper back onto the rotor.Insert the Allen head bolts and tighten.Put the tire back on and drop the jack.You're done.

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