|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1set|
|Packaging Details:||Box Size 45*45*45cm|
|Delivery Time:||5-7 days|
|Payment Terms:||Western Union/Paypal|
|Supply Ability:||600 sets Per Month|
|Item Name:||7600 Brake Kit||Caliper Pots:||4 Piston|
|Disc Size:||295*24mm||Caliper Material:||Aluminum|
|Fit Wheel:||Rim 16||Disc Material:||Grey Cast Iron HT250|
|Front Or Rear:||Rear||Color:||Black/Red/Yellow/Custom Color|
328i Large Brake Kit,
Large Brake Kit BMW,
328i Disc Brake Kit
Jekit Red Brake Caliper BMW E36 328i 295x24mm Grooved Disc Kit
|Brand Name||Jekit Brake|
|Parts Name||4 Pots 295x24mm Universal Front Rear Disc Brake Caliper|
|Car Model||For BMW E36 and more car model|
|Fit Wheel||Both Front /Rear|
|Full set brake kit||caliper/pad/disc/center hub/bracket adapter/metal hose|
|Product Request||According customer request|
What is a Brake Caliper?
A caliper is part of the disc brake system, the type most cars have in their front brakes.
The brake caliper houses your car’s brake pads and pistons. Its job is to slow the car’s wheels by creating friction with the brake rotors.
The brake caliper fits like a clamp on a wheel’s rotor to stop the wheel from turning when you step on the brakes. Inside each caliper is a pair of metal plates known as brake pads.
When you push the brake pedal, brake fluid creates pressure on pistons in the brake caliper, forcing the pads against the brake rotor and slowing your car.
How are Brake Calipers Connected to the rest of the Braking System?
The caliper assembly generally lives inside the wheel and is connected to the master cylinder through tubes, hoses, and valves that conduct brake fluid through the system. We could go on about brake calipers for days on end, but we’ll show some restraint. Here’s what you really need to know: your brake calipers are very important.
When to Replace Brake Calipers?
Over time in normal driving conditions, the heat generated from the braking system can weaken and break down seals inside the calipers.
They can become rusty, contaminated or dirty, and start to leak brake fluid if you don’t drive regularly.
However, you should have your brakes checked immediately if you experience any of the following:
Your brakes are continuously squeaking, squealing or grinding
Your brake or antilock braking system (ABS) warning light comes on
Your car jerks or pulls to one side when braking
You need to pump your brakes for them to work properly
Your brake pedal feels unusually soft and spongy or hard
You notice brake fluid leaks around the wheels or engine compartment
What does the brake system include?
The major brake system components include the brake pedal, brake booster, brake master cylinder, brake lines and hoses, brake calipers and pistons, disc brake pads or brake shoes, disc brake rotors or brake drums, brake fluid, anti-lock brake system (ABS) control module, wheel speed sensors, and there are many more
How do I know if my brake discs are worn?
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.
If less than 3mm of the brake pad is visible, then they need to be replaced. Vibrations: If you feel your car vibrating as you brake, it is a sign that your brake discs might be abnormally worn or have suffered thermal damage following severe braking.
How do I check brake disc conditions?
When you check your disc brakes, measure the thickness of the linings on the pads so that you can tell whether the linings on your brakes are badly worn. If the lining is down to the thickness of the steel backing plate, the pads should be replaced.
How often do you need to change brake discs?
You can find this information in the vehicle handbook or by querying with your car manufacturer. As a rough estimate, you can expect your brake discs to have a lifetime of around 80,000 – 120,000 miles
Can you replace brake pads without discs?
We are often asked why brake discs cannot be replaced without replacing the pads at the same time. ... The main reason is that if you don't replace brake discs and pads together, your brand new discs will wear unevenly and can get damaged
If you notice any of these issues, contact us to schedule an appointment for our Brake Service & Repair.