China 6 Pot Brake Kit manufacturer

GT4 Dual Rear Caliper Disc 380x28mm

Product Details:
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Jekit
Model Number: GT4
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 1set
Price: Factory Price
Packaging Details: Box Size 45*45*45cm
Delivery Time: 5-7 days
Payment Terms: Western Union,Paypal, T/T
Supply Ability: 600 sets Per Month

Detail Information

Item Name: GT4 Dual Brake Kit Caliper Pots: 4 Piston
Electrical Machinery: Two Pots Rotor Size: 380x28mm
Caliper Material: Aluminum Fit Front Or Wheel: Rear Wheel
Disc Material: Grey Cast Iron HT250 Color: Red/Yellow/Black/Blue/Custom Color
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380x28mm Disc Dual Rear Caliper


GT4 dual caliper brake kit

Product Description

Jekit Rear Double Caliper GT4 Electrical Machinery 380x28mm Disc



Item Name
Rear 4 pots dual caliper kit
Model Number
Blue / Red / Purple/ Silver / Gold Or Customized
Rotor Size 380x28mm
Normal Export Carton, Or as your requested
Delivery Time
 According to The order
By DHL, Fedex, UPS, TNT, EMS
Rear wheels
Main Markets
North America, South America, Eastern Europe, West Europe, North Europe, South Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa


Help & Advice


How can I tell if my brakes need replacing?
Are your car brakes losing their bite?
Your brakes are the most important safety system of your car. They allow you to control the speed of your vehicle, bring it safely to a halt, and the brake pedal is the first pedal you will hit in an emergency. To put it simply - they are vital.


Like any other system in your car, they need to be regularly maintained and inspected to make sure they are working correctly and effectively, for the safety of you and other road users.


Your annual MOT or Service are both opportunities for a qualified technician to assess the condition of your brakes, however you should always be on the lookout for warning signs that tell you your brakes aren't in excellent condition.


Signs your car brakes aren't working properly


Your brakes don't stop your car as well as they used to: This could be due to a number of reasons: your brake pads and discs could be old and worn causing them to grip less well, the brake fluid could be old and has absorbed moisture - reducing its effectiveness, or the hydraulic system could be losing fluid and pressure.


A grinding sound: If you hear a grinding noise when you brake, it could mean your brake pads or discs need replacing. Brake pads include a metal wear indicator that make a noise when it contacts the brake disc. When your pads are worn to this extent, it is likely you will need to replace the discs too.


A squealing noise: You may also notice a squealing sound when you brake, if the car has been parked in the rain or standing water for long periods of time. This can cause a build-up of rust on the discs, but don't worry, it should quickly wear off when you're back on the road.


Leaks on the inner wheels: Your braking system is complex. If there are worn seals, loose connections or split hoses in the system, air and fluid can leak out, making your brakes less effective. Look out for fluid on the inner wheels, or on the ground where you regularly park your car. Brake fluid is normally clear, with a slight odour.


Pulling to the left or right: Your car should track straight and true when you brake, if it doesn't, it could be a serious problem when you brake hard in an emergency situation. If your brakes are worn more on one side than the other, pulling to one side may occur. Another potential cause may be a sticking brake caliper.


Vibration: If you notice vibrations through your steering wheel or brake pedal as you slow down, get your brakes checked. A vibrating brake pedal is a sign that your brake discs are warped.


Brake pedal sinks to the floor: If you have to press the pedal a long way down before the car starts to slow, this could be due to your brake system leaking which is very serious.


Warning light: If your dashboard is displaying the brake warning light, get your car checked immediately. This is likely an indication that the brake hydraulic system has failed, and must be addressed as soon as possible to avoid a serious accident. Find out more about your car's dashboard lights


Sticking handbrake: If you feel resistance when you take the handbrake off and try to pull away, your handbrake could be sticking on. Make sure you get it checked by an expert as driving with the handbrake stuck on can cause your brakes to heat up which will wear your brakes and cause damage.


What should I do if I think my car brakes aren't working properly

If for any reason, you think your brakes aren't stopping your car as well as they should, get a brake check at Autocentres as soon as you can.

If you feel your brakes are so ineffective that they are dangerous, don't drive your car and get your breakdown operator to tow it to the nearest Autocentre.


How should I maintain my car brakes?

When you get your car Serviced or MOT'd, your technician will advise you on the condition of your brakes and when the various parts of the system need to be replaced.


It is important to replace your brake fluid every two years too, something that Autocentres do as part of the Major Service.

If you choose to replace your pads or brake shoes from us, we will continue to replace these parts for the rest of your life under our Brakes4Life offer, reducing the cost of brake maintenance.


Do you have to replace front and rear brakes at the same time?
Most mechanics recommend replacing brake pads in the front or brake pads in the rear at the same time. If one brake pad on the front axle is replaced, then all brake pads on the front axle should be replaced.


What are the symptoms of a bad brake rotor?

VIBRATION. When rotors are warped or very worn, the contact between it and the brake pad can be imperfect.


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