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  • Brake Rotor Differences

  • …Replacement Rotors. A common set-up is a plain vented rotor in front and a plain solid rotor in the back. Vented means there are cooling fins between two layers of iron that you see as the disk on the brake rotors. Solid rotors are thinner and have only one disk of iron as a braking surface. There…

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  • Pontiac Brake Pads and Rotors

  • …The nice thing about brake systems (brake pad and brake rotor combination) at Tire Rack is that there is usually more than one option for your vehicle. For example, for my 2000 Pontiac there are nine different choices of front and rear brakes and seven different brake rotors available. That may seem…

  • Choosing the Best Brake Rotors for Your Vehicle

  • …reduce heat is to reduce brake fade and increase the life of your brake components. Listed below are different types of rotors that are available for your application: Solid/Vented - This is the most common O.E. application and is used on both front and rear. Venting rotors help reduce heat but are…

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  • DBA Rotors for Trucks and SUVs

  • The Disc Brakes Australia (DBA) Street 4X4 Survival Series front and rear rotors feature DBA's innovative Kangaroo Paw ventilation design for trucks and SUVs. The Kangaroo Paw designs run cooler, are stronger and outperform traditional straight-vane disc rotors. * Directional slot design* Gun-metal…

  • StopTech SportStop Drilled Rotor

  • Rotor is a direct replacement rotor that fits Original Equipment calipers. Its drilled design helps remove unwanted debris between the pad and disc resulting in increased bite and improved stopping power. This same drilled look for rear brakes can help match the aesthetics of a front big brake kit,…

  • Hawk LTS Pads and Centric Rotors are a Great Combination!

  • …the front brakes. The front installation went smoothly, but the rear was a bit harder on account of the parking brake, which is notoriously annoying in this generation of Jeeps. Make sure to chock the wheels so the Jeep doesn't roll when you disengage the parking brake to remove the rear rotors.

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  • Brake Tech Information - Brakes 101

  • …The brake pad material rubbing against the disc brake rotor generates the friction that slows the vehicle. A wide operating temperature range is important for driving enthusiasts so that brakes are effective when cold and resist fade when hot. Brake fade is when brake pads, brake rotors and/or brake

  • DBA 4X4 Survival Series T3 Rotor

  • The DBA 4x4 Survival Series front and rear rotors incorporate DBA's innovative Kangaroo Paw* ventilation design for trucks and SUVs.The heat-dissipating design is engineered for those larger and heavier vehicles likely to be towing and hauling heavier loads.Directional slot design (left-hand and…

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  • Brake Fluid Maintenance

  • …day, the brakes may get hot enough to make the fluid boil. Braking generates a lot of heat. A quick stop from 40 or 50 mph can raise the temperature of the front rotors a couple hundred degrees. Several hard, quick stops in rapid succession or riding the brakes while driving, can increase rotor

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  • Trying to Catch a Brake

  • Rotors and Posi Quiet Ceramic Pads for the front and rear. The rotors and pads are Original Equipment replacements that would perform as good as or better than the factory original. Are you looking for a different type of brake? Take a look at our slotted and drilled rotors for enhanced braking

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  • Brake Tech Information - Understanding How Brakes Work

  • …equipped with disc brakes on the front axle and drum brakes on the rear. A disc brake's superior performance is largely due to its ability to generate friction as the brake calipers force the pads to clamp against the rotors. The brake rotors are cleaned and dried by the brake pads dragging across…

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  • An Intro to Brake Components

  • …during braking, front brakes step up to the plate and do most of the work to stop your vehicle. In other words, disc brakes on the front axle clamp down to create the necessary amount of friction needed to slow things down. And what creates that friction? Brake calipers against pads against rotors.


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