Cruzing Through Life!
The other guys are correct about how you drive and where you drive.Do you remember what size clamp? 6 inch?
The C clamp set we had was rusted pretty bad. It was left in a box that had collected rain. So I'm wanting to buy another C clamp or a specific caliber piston tool (not too expensive) of course. Thanks for the tip.
A six inch C clamp will work fine but if you are going to purchase a brake tool, search for caliper brake tool or click this link.
They are sold many places for under US$10.
Rotors, there is no need to consider changing them unless they are warped, have grooves or have been turned too many times. You can also check the thickness with a micrometer.
As for pads, do a visual and compare to pictures of new pads you have seen here. If you start hearing a squeal when you stop, it means the pads are down to the wear indicator and you need to change them now. If you hear grinding, it means you waited to long and you now need pads and rotors. I did that once when I was young, boy was my dad pissed, rotors were expensive back in the 1980s.
Search and do your homework befor you ask more questions!
Hope this helps! ;-)