FREE 2 or 3-Day Delivery on 10,000+ Items. Details

Talk to a Silverado 1500 Enthusiast
M-F 8:30A-11P, Sat-Sun 8:30A-9P
New Year, New Mods! WIN $4K Enter Daily >
$20 OFF – AmericanTrucks Show View Deal>

Baer Sport Drilled and Slotted Rotors; Front Pair (07-18 Silverado 1500)

Item S106008
Call a Silverado Enthusiast at 1-888-706-1096
M-F 8:30A-11P, Sat-Sun 8:30A-9P
Market Price $313.99 You Save 15% ($45.70)
Our Price

$268.29 (pair)

FREE Shipping

Will this fit your Vehicle?

Select a different vehicle Help?
Update or Change Vehicle
In Stock

Ship to: Ashburn - 20149
Sorry, please enter a valid US or CA postal code
We're sorry, zip can't be updated at this time.
    Create a list
    Add to New List

    Saved - View your saved items

    We're sorry. We couldn't save this product at this time.

    or use

      Video Review & Installation

      Hey, guys. It's Sara with and today, we have a review and install of the Baer Sport Drilled and Slotted Rotors, front pair, fitting your '07 through '18 Chevy Silverado 1500. These are perfect for the Silverado owner who's looking for the additional stopping power and performance, and wants a rotor that is both drilled and slotted. These are ideal for the daily driver who wants to upgrade the stopping power of their truck. Maybe you have larger wheels and tires like we do or you just want a little extra stopping power, these will do the trick while keeping your brakes cool and clean. This kit consists of two front one-piece, drilled and slotted, zinc-plated cast steel rotors that feature a vented design that's going to keep your brakes cool and clean.So as far as price goes, these come in at around $250 which is a bit more than some other budget options. And for your money, you're getting a drilled and slotted rotor from a trusted name in braking. I'm giving this install a two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. They feature a direct bolt-up installation, same as any brake job and can be done within three hours. So with that said, let's jump into our install.For this install, you will need an impact gun or a ratchet, a T30 Torx socket, 18 and 19-millimeter sockets, a caliper hanger or something to hold your caliper, and a caliper tool.All right, so the first step for our own install is to grab a 19-millimeter socket. We're gonna take off the two bolts that hold the caliper to the bracket. All right, so we're gonna take these two 19-millimeter bolts out at the back of our caliper and you want to have a caliper hanger tool or a bungee cord on deck as soon as the caliper comes off.Now, if these bolts do spin on the back here, you can grab a skinny wrench and just hold the slider parts still. But ours seem to come out easily. All right, now that the bolts are out, you may have to wiggle the caliper free. If not, you can pry back on the inside right here. Well, once it's free, grab your hanger and hang your caliper out of the way. Be careful not to put any tension on the brake line. Now, at this point, you can grab an 18-millimeter, and we're gonna remove the two bolts that hold the caliper bracket to your knuckle.Just keep a hand on it when you're pulling this second bolt out because it's definitely gonna want to come off at this point. And just pull it off, pads and all. All right, so at this point, we're gonna remove this T30 Torx bolt that holds on our rotor. Before we do that, I like to just put one of the lug nuts on, just in case for safety, so the rotor doesn't accidentally come off. So using a T30 Torx socket, we're gonna remove bolt. Okay, you can remove the rotor off of your truck. All right, so now that we have the factory rotor uninstalled from our truck, we can check it out side by side with our Baer rotor. And, as I said before, the biggest difference here is that this one is drilled and slotted, which is gonna function a whole lot better, especially when compared to a worn out factory rotor.The slots in here are gonna keep your brakes cool and clean and function a whole lot better than an OE replacement would. All right, so now we can install the rotor. These are directional because they're drilled and slotted, so you want to make sure you're grabbing the proper side. They should be labeled "Left" and "Right," so grab the one that is labeled "Left" and let's get it installed.Hold your rotor in place, and we're gonna reinstall the bolt. With your T30 Torx socket, tighten this down. All right, so with the rotor in place, we can now install the caliper bracket with your brake pads. Now, we are gonna reinstall the old brake pads and you can definitely do that, but while you have these all apart, you might want to take a look and if it's time for pads, replace them now. Line it up with the holes on your knuckle and grab your factory bolts, and let's get them reinstalled.Go ahead and install the bolts that hold your caliper bracket to the knuckle. Grab your 18-millimeter socket and tighten these down. All right, so now we're gonna unhang our caliper and get it re-installed. Since we didn't replace our brake pads, we can just install it as is, but to make it a little bit easier, you can press in the pistons a little bit and if you did replace your brake pads, you definitely need to do this.So grab a caliper tool. You can use a C-clamp if you don't have one, but this does make it a whole lot easier. And just press in both the pistons, just enough to clear the brake pads. Now, if you do this, you're definitely gonna want to pump your brakes and you should, anyway, once everything is installed. Line up your caliper over top of the brake pads and wiggle it into place.Grab your factory hardware and get it reinstalled. Using your 19-millimeter socket, tighten it down.All right, so now, you're gonna repeat that process on the other side. You also want to hit this brake rotor with a little bit of brake clean just to clean off the oils that come from the factory. And especially if you press in the pistons on your caliper, you want to pump your brakes just to make sure they're functioning properly before you drive anywhere.But that is gonna do it for the review and install of these brake rotors. And remember, for all things Silverado, keep it at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Better Braking Performance
      • One-Piece, Slotted, Drilled Rotor
      • Vented-Vane Design For Enhanced Cooling
      • Zinc-Plated Cast Steel
      • Rotor Diameter: 12.99”
      • Easy, Bolt-On Installation
      • Sold As a Pair
      • Designed for All 2007–2018 Chevy Silverado 1500s


      Superior Stopping. Baer Sport Drilled and Slotted Rotors bring superior braking capability to your Silverado. With a long history of providing innovative solutions in performance braking, the Baer name is synonymous with high-quality and ultimate performance. By upgrading your used and abused rotors for these, you’ll stop with greater precision and safety. What’s more, Baer’s iconic drill and slot pattern provide a subtle visual flair for your wheels.

      Strong Steel Construction. These Baer Sport Drilled and Slotted Rotors are made from durable, machine-cast steel. Baer then mill balance the Sport Rotors to minimize vibration and noise, while promoting even wear. The rotor is then finished with a sleek zinc plating, both for durability and styling.

      Unique, Purposeful Design. Baer Sport Rotors have a unique design, featuring a combination of cross drilling and slotting that helps flush moisture, gasses and brake dust away from your brake pads. This promotes even wear and helps keep your Silverado’s brake performance precise for longer. Additionally, Baer’s vented vane design aids cooling of the rotor, allowing you to brake safely even in extreme conditions.

      Bolt-On Installation. The front Baer Sport Drilled and Slotted Rotors were designed as a direct-fit replacement for your 2007 to 2018 Silverado 1500’s factory rotors. No special skills or tools are required for installation. An average mechanic should be able to complete the job in less than two hours.

      1-Year Warranty. These Baer front rotors are guaranteed to be free from material or workmanship defects for one year.

      Application. The Baer Sport Drilled and Slotted Rotors are intended for use on the Chevy Silverado 1500 models manufactured between 2007 and 2018.

      Shop All Truck Parts And Accessories

      Shop All Truck Brake Rotors

      Shop All Truck Brakes


      Baer Sport 55097-020

      CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (2) Front Brake Rotors

      Customer Reviews (13)

        Questions & Answers

        10 More Questions

            Related Silverado 1500 Categories