Brake hardware encompasses numerous small but important parts that ensure your brake system functions properly and delivers optimal, noise-free performance. These parts include bleeder screws; disc brake pad clips, springs, and wear sensors; caliper boots, bushings, pins, and seals; and drum brake hold-down and return springs, self-adjuster mechanisms, and wheel cylinder links. We have these parts and many more individually and in time saving kits.

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Think of a brake job as an investment of your time and money in the safety and braking performance of your vehicle. Your time is valuable and new parts like pads and rotors aren’t cheap. New brake hardware will allow you to get the most out of your investment. Instead of the noise, poor performance, and uneven wear caused by old, worn hardware, with new hardware you get smooth, quiet, and strong stopping power.

Disc brake caliper pins and bushings, and disc brake pad clips and springs wear with use and can become corroded and damaged. This can cause pads and calipers to drag and hang up. Rubber caliper pin and caliper piston boots can become cracked and torn, allowing dirt and corrosion in that can prevent smooth caliper movement and seize caliper pistons. These conditions can cause uneven pad wear, tapered pad wear, brake noise, and general poor braking performance. Installing new hardware and boots will ensure smooth sliding calipers, secure and vibration free pad mounting, and quiet, efficient, braking performance.

The brake drum completely encloses a drum brake assembly, and the friction and heat created during brake use can turn the inside of the drum into an oven, baking your brake hardware. Hardware that appears OK can become fatigued from heat and use over time, resulting in brake shoes that aren’t held in the proper position on the backing plate, don’t retract properly after application, and don’t stay in adjustment. This can cause drag, excessive pedal travel, and poor brake performance. For efficient drum brake operation, replace the hold-down and return springs, and self-adjuster mechanisms whenever brake shoes are replaced.

Replacing brake hardware is an important part of a complete brake job, one that will provide a lasting repair and the stopping power you expect. But instead of just restoring brake performance, our brake hardware is often an upgrade over OEM. Our brake hardware manufacturers are always thinking of new ways to improve brake performance and durability. The stainless steel parts have a high chromium content for increased resistance to corrosion. We even have brake pad clips for some applications that are coated on one side with PTFE to reduce friction and drag, with a rubber compound on the other side to reduce noise.

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Valve came and looked exactly like the picture. It worked perfectly and I am very satisfied with it.
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