CQ™ Ceramic Brake Pads by Bendix®. These ceramic pads are designed to meet OE vehicle specifications for fit, quality, and function while providing smooth, confident braking performance and delivering a quieter braking experience with less brake dust generation than traditional semi-metallic pads.
- Premium ceramic formulas for confident, predictable, virtually noise-free braking
- 100% percent attached shims and chamfers to maximize noise reduction
- Less dust than traditional semi-metallic pads for improved wheel appearance
- Less rotor wear for extended rotor wear life
- Ceramic formula offering both smooth, confident braking performance and value
- Includes abutment kits and all necessary brake hardware to reduce installation time
- Sold as a set for two wheels
Bendix CQ brake pads deliver smooth, confident, braking performance with less unsightly dust generation at an affordable price. The premium ceramic formulation produces a braking experience that is significantly quieter and gentler to rotors than comparable semi-metallic brake pads. In addition to the advanced friction formulation, Bendix CQ pads integrate a robust shim that includes two layers of rubber surrounding a steel core - and chamfers on both the front and rear pads to further reduce any potential brake noise and provide smooth driving. These pads by Bendix are widely-used and have built a reputation for delivering excellent quality and long-lasting reliability on all types of vehicles. The pads come with abutment kits and brake hardware required by the OE design.
Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems is an industry pioneer in the sphere of leading-edge active safety technologies, control systems and air brake charging. It was founded under the Westinghouse Air Brake Company name in 1869 and became a member of the Knorr-Bremse Group in 2002. Bendix® offers numerous brake parts including brake pads, drums and brake shoes for medium and heavy-duty trucks, trailers and other commercial vehicles. Headquartered in Elyria, Ohio, the company employs more than 2000 people and has several manufacturing plants in the United States and other countries.