Originally developed for racing in the 1950s, disc brakes appeared on production cars soon afterward. By the 1970s, all cars and light trucks had front disc brakes, and today most of these vehicles have them at all four wheels. Disc brakes run cooler than their drum counterparts, making them more resistant to fade, they’re self-adjusting and less prone to pulling. The friction created by the disc brake pads against the brake rotors stops the vehicle. Why Change Your Brake Pads?
If your car won’t stop as fast as it used to, or if it’s been driven ~40,000 Km since your last brake job, it’s likely time to change your pads. Shop confidently with new brake pads from LoyalParts. We carry a variety of pads that meet or exceed OE performance. How Often Should Brake Pads Be Replaced?
Changing brake pads is a crucial part of routine maintenance for your vehicle. If they aren’t properly maintained, they can’t bring your car to a stop with the friction generated by the pads coming into contact with the rotors. This friction also wears on the surface of your pads, reducing the thickness of the friction material which touches the rotors when the pedals are pressed. Worn brake pads struggle to stop your car, and they can even damage your rotors. Put a stop to damage down the road with new brake pads from LoyalParts.
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