No the truck is not on the road yet: . Got the rotors on and the pads on one side but it turns out I have frozen piston on the other side and need at least one new caliper. The question is, do I need two? I had a lot of trouble putting in 100 pads on the "good" caliper. I was able to get the outer pad in fairly easily but in the end I tapped the inside pad in lightly with a mallet. It slid in ok, but is currently binding on the rotor. I am tempted to blame the pistons on that side and have ordered another caliper but I wanted to double check if maybe this is normal and the pads will free up?