Brake pads are more than a necessity for your daily road travels. They are a must have on every vehicle that has brake calipers and rotors. Here's why they're important and when you should seek replacement pads for your car, truck, or SUV.
Brake pads are attached to the brake calipers behind your car's
There are several brake pad types. The most common are non-asbestos, organic brake pads. These are made from a variety of materials such as glass fibers, carbon compounds, and rubber. They are smooth for braking yet create the most brake dust out of the other vehicles. Other brake pad variations are semi-metallic, and ceramic. Both used on more high-performance vehicles, they are designed to last longer and withstand more frictional heat.
Signs that your brake pads are going bad are simple to point out. You will commonly experience screeching when braking, see visible thinning of the pads, or experience a soft or spongy brake pedal. When this occurs, seek a professional inspection and or place an order for brake pads that fit your vehicle.
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