|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1set|
|Packaging Details:||Box Size 45*45*45cm|
|Delivery Time:||7-10 days|
|Payment Terms:||Western Union/Paypal, T/T|
|Supply Ability:||600 sets Every Month|
|Item Name:||AP7600 Brake Kit||Caliper Pots:||4 Pots|
|Disc Size:||285*24/295*24/300*24||Caliper Material:||Aluminum|
|Fit Wheel:||Rim 15/16/17/inch||Disc Material:||Grey Cast Iron HT250|
|Center Cap Bracket:||Aluminum||Color:||Red/Yellow/Custom Color|
|Disc type||J hook/Drilled/Grooved/Slot straight lines/custom disc type|
|For Wheel size||15/16/17''|
|Full set included||
1 pair brake caliper/1 pair brake disc with center cap and bracket/
1 pair brake line/1 set brake pads
Caliper: Forging caliper
Producing in higher temperature, make sure higher hardness, not easy out of shape
1. Low noise and low dust while using
2. Friction Foefficient 0.49 , similar as Ferodo DS2500
1. Have better glossiness
2. High carbon content, can resist higher temperature
3. High temperature heat treatment, cooperate with Singapore factory to make
4. Low risk to have shaking problem
we have our own factory,we can design the center bell type and disc type you like,we can also design the logo and the custom color.Accurate data,can install the car directly.
How to replace car brake pads?
1.There is no fixed replacement cycle for brake pads
It is recommended that the brake pads be replaced every 30000 km, but everyone has different driving habits and different wear conditions. Therefore, if the brake pad warning light is on, or if the brake makes a "squeak" sound every time, it needs to be checked or replaced. It doesn't necessarily depend on the mileage.
2.Replace the brake pads
Tools for replacing brake pads: brake pads of corresponding models, 2 wrenches, universal lubricating antirust agent, piston jacking.
Before replacing the brake pads, put down the handbrake, then jack up the car and remove the tires. We can see the brake pump on the brake disc, and the brake pads are hidden in the brake pump.
Then start to remove the brake cylinder. First screw down the fixing screw on the brake cylinder with a wrench. There is one fixing screw at the top and one at the bottom. It takes two wrenches to screw the fixing screw. One wrench fixes the outer screw head, and the other wrench rotates the middle nut counterclockwise to remove the screw. If the screw is too tight to turn, spray a little universal lubricating antirust agent to lubricate it. After the brake cylinder is removed, don't hang it there. It's best to hold it with something, otherwise it's easy to tear the wire on the cylinder.
Remove the old brake pads. The brake pads are generally 2, 1 outside the brake disc and 1 inside. After removing the old brake pad and comparing it with the new brake pad, you will find that the old brake pad is obviously much thinner.
Jacking back brake cylinder piston
The next step is to push back the piston in the brake cylinder. Because the new brake pad is thicker than the old brake pad, the wheel cylinder cannot clamp the new brake pad without pushing back the piston in the wheel cylinder. This requires a piston jacking tool. Install the piston jacking tool into the slave cylinder, support the piston, and then turn the handle to Jack the piston back.
Install new brake pads
Before installing the brake pads, it is best to clean the mounting bracket of the brake disc, because there is a lot of brake powder on the bracket. If it is not cleaned, it is not easy to jam the brake pads, and noise may occur when stepping on the brake.
Clean the brake cylinder and clamp the brake pads. If there is an alarm line, connect the alarm line. Finally, screw back the screws on the cylinder and the brake pads are installed.
Then step on the brake several times with your foot until you can't step on it. This is to return the cylinder piston that has just been pushed back.
3.Running in new brake pads
The last thing to do is to run in the new brake pads. Find a way with few people, drive the car to 80 or 90 kilometers per hour, then step on the brake slowly, come back several times, let the brake pads run in, and the brake pads are finished!