Front COBRA, BULLITT, MACH1 brakes This is a very simple less than one hour job for everything. Pads: I recommend the motorcraft ones. They are anywhere from $95-$105 at most Auto supply stores or performance shops. Motorcraft Part # is BR12B or Ford's part # is 2U2Z-2V001-PA Jack the car up. Place a Jack stand at an appropriate place just incase the jack decides to go on vacation while you’re underneath the car at some point. These are self explanatory: Some of the tools needed to do the job...specially if you'll be replacing the rotors. The two 15mm bolts will require a breaker bar, a regular socket wrench and some lock-tite (thread locker) for when you're bolting things up. 1. Take the wheel off…and turn the wheels so that the rear part of the rotor is exposed. 2. Take the C clip (some people call it an E clip) and washer off as shown: 3. Slide the retainer pin off as shown: 4. Slides right off: 5: Raise the caliper from the bracket as shown from the rear: 6: Slides right off: 7: The bracket is exposed. If you’re going to be replacing the rotors, all you have to do is take the two 15mm bolts out. (In this pic, I am using a cheapo old bent torque wrench that I now use as a breaker-bar/leverage wrench because of how long and strong it is.). When the 2 bolts are out. The bracket slides off and you can remove the rotor and replace it with a new one, OR you can have the old one resurfaced with a lathe. Also known as "turning" the rotors. Most auto parts stores charge a simple $6-10 bucks to resurface each rotor. There is a minimum thickness required for each rotor, thus if your rotor is too thin to remove the thin layer, they will not do it. Most rotors can only be resurfaced with a lathe just once in the life of the rotor. 8: When you have the rotors out and replaced, you need to use some thread locker on those two 15mm bolts. Apply as shown: 9: Back to the pads job…Slide the old brake pads off 10: Rotate the old pads, and Flip them upside down so that the flat surface rests against the pistons and the "raised" part of the pad is on the bottom as shown. Helps the tool catch on it to help push the pistons back..