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What's The Difference Between Standard and Premium Rotors?

What's The Difference Between Standard and Premium Rotors?

Although they are already weather sealed and corrosion protected, adding an extra layer of coating to the hub can extend your rotor’s lifespan two fold. This coating ensures your rotor to have the best corrosion and rust protection for whatever your driving application may be. Premium Rotors are the best one-size-fits-all choice as these rotors are ideal for street driving, daily use, towing, and off-roading. They also pair perfectly with the largest trucks and SUV’s on the market. These rotors are the high quality premium rotors, and are ideally designed for individual looking for the highest quality but don’t require sports or racing performance.[...]



How are Drilled and Slotted Rotors Better?

How are Drilled and Slotted Rotors Better?

Few systems in your car are more important than your brakes. This component is essential in controlling the vehicle whether it is moving fast, going slow, or standing still. It is also important for ensuring the safety of the passengers and driver because if you are unable to properly navigate a turn or avoid a hazard, serious danger could ensue. A braking system that is well looked after, allows you to stop well in advance of a potential collision, but the rest of the time, it also leaves you with peace of mind that you can control the vehicle.[...]



How your Brake Pedal is Supposed to Feel

How your Brake Pedal is Supposed to Feel

You may have laughed at movie scenes where the brakes fail on a car going downhill, and the driver keeps praying out loud while pumping them frantically. This is, ideally, not something you want to happen to you in real life. Ideally, your brake pedals always feel firm when you push down on it, with this firmness increasing the harder you push. The upper limit on this firmness is when you simply mash down, such as when trying to keep from rear-ending someone.[...]



All you Need to Know about Drum Brakes

All you Need to Know about Drum Brakes

Drum brakes are the older kind beside disc brakes. They operate based on the frictional force generated between the brake pads and the interior of the brake drum, which is what stops the wheel spinning. Drum brake systems include brake shoes, which is one component that disc brakes do not have.[...]



Components Needed for Installing Hydraulic Brakes in your Classic Car

Components Needed for Installing Hydraulic Brakes in your Classic Car

As the owner of any pre-40’s era car could easily attest, hydraulic brakes are one the best features of any modern car. Years ago cars only had rear brakes to stop their motion, which quickly proved to be a dangerous way of stopping a fast-moving vehicle. The four-wheel drum brake systems, which came later, were too complex by far. When hydraulic brakes came out, people who took braking performance seriously started preferring it without exception.[...]



5 Causes of Spongy Brakes

5 Causes of Spongy Brakes

Brake problems generally keep you from slowing or stopping your car when desired. Spongy brakes can be a serious problem, often causing accidents unless you fix them in a timely fashion. Following are some things that can cause your car’s brakes to turn “spongy”.[...]



3 Reasons your Brake Warning Light is On

3 Reasons your Brake Warning Light is On

An illuminated brake light on your dashboard is one of those things you should never ignore. The dangers from doing so are definitely real; besides, the point of any warning light is that you heed it right away. The next time you see the brake light come on in the dashboard, you should know it is due to one or more of the following things.[...]



3 Reasons Why Your Steering Wheel May Be Shaking When you Brake

3 Reasons Why Your Steering Wheel May Be Shaking When you Brake

Steering wheels are the last thing you want to feel shaking under your hands, no matter what the circumstances. If you feel yours quivering while you are on the road, chances are this would be followed by something going seriously wrong with the car, which could end up inconveniencing or endangering everybody in it. The following article contains some common reasons why steering wheel motion could be occuring. [...]



Applying Spray-on Brake Cleaner to your Vehicle

Applying Spray-on Brake Cleaner to your Vehicle

Your vehicle can take in dirt and grime from any road you drive on. Throw in high friction, the brake dust it produces, and brake fluid from a botched brake job or two, and you have plenty of gunk building up in the least desirable places. One of the best ways to clear all this up is by using a spray-on brake cleaner.[...]



Brake Myths You Shouldn’t Believe

Brake Myths You Shouldn’t Believe

You may be the most responsible car owner ever and still be completely wrong about how brakes work. Even with a routine where you frequently drive it, bring in for regular repairs, and make sure you never push it over 80, there is a chance you may be entertaining at least one of the following brake myths.[...]



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