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GS3000 Cast Iron Brake Disc

Product Details:
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Jekit
Model Number: JK380*28mm
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 1set
Price: Factory price
Packaging Details: 40*40*20cm
Delivery Time: 5-8 days
Payment Terms: Western Union,Paypal, T/T
Supply Ability: 600 sets Per Month

Detail Information

Item Name: Auto Brake Disc Disc Size: 380x28mm
Disc Materials: Grey Cast Iron HT250/G3000 Use: For Front
Disc Style: Drilled Slot For Car: Mazda Car Model
PCD: PCD 258 Front Rear: Front
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GS3000 Cast Iron Brake Disc


Cast Iron Brake Disc 380*28mm


GS3000 drilled brake discs

Product Description

Jekit GS3000 Brake Rotor 380*28mm Drilled Slot Cast iron Disc PCD258


What tool you'll need
Replacement DBA brake rotors
Jack and jack stands
Spanner or socket set
Wire brush or oil stone
Lubricant, such as WD40 or Inox
Wire, suitable to support the caliper

Tips and Warnings
Brake rotors are a vital component of the braking system, ensure you double check your work before you commence a test drive.
Step 1 - Raise Vehicle
Start by raising the vehicle.


Step 2 - Remove The Wheel
Next, unscrew the wheel nuts and remove the wheel.

The wheel may be difficult to remove due to a rust scale build up around the hub ring.

Removing the wheel will give you clear access to the brake rotor, caliper and spigot

Step 3 - Remove Brake Pads And Caliper
You’ll need to remove the brake caliper.

Loosen and remove the retaining bolts and lift the caliper away. The caliper may grip a little tightly so don’t force it.

Note: Hanging the caliper by the brake hose will cause damage. Use a hook to secure the caliper to a solid part of the suspension.

Step 4 - Remove The Brake Rotor

Remove the brake rotor from the hub assembly. Apply firm pressure, as the rotor may be awkward to remove.

Note: This is caused by rust scale build up on the inside of the brake rotor and the hub surface. It is extremely important to remove the rust scale build up before fitting the new disc.


Step 5 - Prepare Hub Surface

To do this, spray the hub with a lubricant such as WD40 or Inox.

Then use course sandpaper to begin removing the rust scale from the hub surface. Once most of the rust has been removed switch to an oil stone to remove the remaining rust scale. Even the slightest bit of rust can cause the disc to mount incorrectly causing excessive run out, so make certain the hub is clean.


Note: Excessive run out is where the disc doesn’t rotate smoothly and gets trapped between the brake pads.

Using the oil stone, make sure you clean around each wheel stud carefully to ensure the new brake rotor sits perfectly.

Using a rag wipe away the lubricant.

Check the hub carefully for any spots of rust scale that haven’t been removed and clean them off. When the machining marks on the face of the hub are visible the hub is clean.


Step 6 - Clean Hub Spigot

Using fine grade sand paper, is to clean the hub spigot. Incorrect cleaning of the spigot can cause the rotor to sit away from the hub surface.


Step 7 - Reset Pistons Inside Caliper

To make room for the new disc the pistons need to be pushed back inside the caliper.

Clamp the brake hose securely

Attach a spanner to the bleed screw

Attach a hose and suitable storage container

Use a pad spreader to take up the compression load

Use the spanner to loosen the bleed screw, you will see brake fluid pass through the hose into the container.

Continue using the spreader to force the brake fluid out and pistons back into the caliper.

Once the pistons are fully retracted you can remove the hose. Make sure you tighten the bleed screw first to prevent air getting into the brake system.

You can then remove the pad spreader.


Step 8 - Clean The New Brake Rotor

Clean the friction faces of the disc using a brake-cleaning agent. Never use a petroleum or silicon based cleaner such as degreaser as it will cause paint damage.

Spray brake cleaner onto a clean cloth. Be careful not to touch the painted surface on the disc. The paint is designed to cure at high temperatures and is extremely easy to damage.

Turn the brake rotor over and clean the hub mounting on the rear of the disk. With all the work you put into the hub, the last thing you want is to attach a dirty brake rotor.


Step 9 - Attach The New Brake Rotor

Using three wheel nuts and washers fit the rotor securely to the hub.

Using the dial indicator measure the run out again with brake rotor attached. A reading over 0.05mm means an incorrectly fitted brake rotor.


Step 10 - Refit Caliper & Wheel

Refit the caliper over the new brake rotor and tighten to the correct torque using a torque wrench.

Using the oilstone, clean the rear face of the wheel to ensure an even clamping pressure on the disc when the wheel is fitted.

Finally, refit the wheel to the correct torque. Attach the nuts in a cris cross pattern to ensure even pressure.


Step 11 - Test Drive
Test drive the vehicle to ensure correct operation of the braking system.


Brake disc size PCD Locating Ring Step Disc Design Holes
380*28mm 258-10 242mm 1.1mm Custom 20

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