1. Jack up truck, put it on jack stands
2. Remove wheels
3. Using a line wrench, remove the brake lines
4. Remove the calipers with an Allen wrench(they will be on there very tightly, you will probably need a cheater pipe to give you more leverage)
5. Remove brake pads from calipers
6. Install pads into calipers
7. Install new calipers on truck using either the original hardware or the supplied hardware(make sure the calipers are tightened to spec)
8. Install both brake lines
9. Bleed brakes, starting with the wheel farthest from the master cylinder(front passenger) Add fluid as necessary
10. Reinstall wheels
11. Lower vehicle
12. Make sure the brake work before leaving the drive way, at low speed first, the gradualy faster
A 1993 Chevy does not have a carburetor, it is fuel injected.
The tire size should be P235-75R -15. I have a 1998 Chevy Cheyenne 1500 4x4. Tire size is 265-75R-16
No front brake calipers are to big. If you must calipers can be machined down at a big cost.
It is inside of the fuel tank.
It is straight underneath the starter
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