Originally Posted by terror
front is pretty simple, rear is more difficult as you have to cut off the "ears" on the hub. I had a hell of a time bleeding mine. There are two bleeders on ea caliper. Took me several attempts to get all the air out.
Never really had issues bleeding mine, had several fully new and dry setups from many various manufacturers. Crack the bleeders, gravity bleed for a long while, pump the pedal about 50 times... liquid comes out, start bleeding.
The ears on the rear aren't too hard, angle grinder makes quick work.
Big brake rear kits attach directly to the knuckle by way of the hub bolts. So not rocket surgery.