Available Brake System Parts:
- Brake Pads: This is used in disc brakes, apply pressure to the brake rotors/discs to hold them back. They are triggered by brake pistons and are located in the brake calipers. The quality of a brake pad determines how long it lasts
- Brake Discs: Are usually found on the front wheels, disc brakes feature brake pads that press against a disc (rotor) when the brake pedal is applied to stop the vehicle. The pads are attached to a brake caliper assembly that frames the rotor.
- Brake Drums: Located on the rear of the vehicle, drum brakes feature wheel cylinders, brake shoes and a brake drum. When the brake pedal is pressed, the brake shoes are forced into the brake drum by the wheel cylinders, bringing the vehicle to a stop.
- Brake Shoes: The part of a braking system which carries the brake lining in the drum brakes used on automobiles, or the brake block in train brakes and bicycle brakes.
- Brake Calipers: The brake caliper houses your car’s brake pads and pistons. Its job is to slow the car’s wheels by creating friction with the brake rotors. The brake caliper fits like a clamp on a wheel’s rotor to stop the wheel from turning when you step on the brakes.
- Brake Cylinders: Converts non-hydraulic pressure into hydraulic pressure that the wheel cylinders use to press the brake pads against the rotors to bring the vehicle to a stop.
- Brake Boosters: Reduces the amount of pressure needed for braking to allow any driver to operate the brakes. Uses engine vacuum and pressure to increase the force the brake pedal puts on the master cylinder.
- Brake Kits: Helps you upgrade a vehicle’s braking system for a single price. Kits usually include rotors, calipers, and pads. These in-the-box systems are specialized and suited to particular vehicle uses.
- Brake Hoses: Are manufactured from either rubber or stainless steel, brake hoses are used to deliver braking force to the brake pads via hydraulic pressure and brake fluid. It is important for brake hoses to be flexible to enable the driver to steer and brake effectively.
- Wheel Cylinders: Puts pressure on the brake shoes, when pressed against the drum, slows down and stops the vehicle. The cylinder is connected to the shoes by small rods.
- Brake Components/Kits: Is used to upgrade a vehicle’s braking system for a single price. Kits usually include rotors, calipers and pads.
- Miscellaneous Brake System: This brake part, often known as brake rotors or discs, is one of the most important components of disc brakes. The system slows or stops when the brake pads on.
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