Finally finished the brakes. Took three days... Why you ask?
Well, both lower slide pins on the front caliper brackets were totally seized as well as both bleeder screws being seized and stripped by the previous owner (thanks dick!). One slide pin and the bleed screws I eventually finagled out (although one of the bleed screws cost me a good craftsman socket) the lower drivers side slide pin never budged.
So a $20, 20 minute brake pad replacement turned into a three day, $100+ ordeal involving;
Four parts stores (a great big F U to the guys at Advance and great big thank you to the guys at O'Riley's, Autozone, and NAPA), a set of pads, a caliper bracket, a slide pin kit, a brake hardware kit, a slide pin boot kit, a set of speed bleeders, two cans of brake parts cleaner, two cans of PB Blaster, a can of disc brake quiet, three packets of brake grease, three bottles of brake fluid, a broken drop light (my fault), two pairs of ruined jeans, a box of gloves, a stripped lug nut (my fault), an A/C recharge, and an oil change.
02 Ironman KJ
"When you have a Jeep, you must do Jeep things."