|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, T/T|
|Supply Ability:||600 sets Per Month|
|Item Name:||CP9200 Rear Caliper Brake Kit||Caliper Pots:||4P|
|Brake Rotor Size:||355*28mm Grooved Disc||Caliper Material:||Aluminum|
|Wheel RIm:||Rear 19''||Rotor Material:||Grey Cast Iron HT250|
|Color:||Red||Electric Machinery:||Two Pot|
4 Pots Dual Rear Caliper,
Audi A5 Dual Rear Caliper,
355x28mm back brake caliper
Jekit 4 Pots Brake Caliper Dual Rear Caliper 355x28mm For Audi A5
The material of automobile calipers is wear-resistant and high-strength carbon steel. The hardness of this steel is that it can be used as a brake caliper for a long time without being worn out. Carbon steel is a steel with carbon content less than 1.35% (0.1% - 1.2%), which does not contain other alloy elements except iron, carbon and impurities such as silicon, manganese, phosphorus and sulfur within the limit. The properties of carbon steel mainly depend on the carbon content.
Brake caliper is a caliper device with the functions of decelerating, stopping or maintaining the stopped state of moving wheels. It is generally only used in disc brake system. The working principle of disc brake can be described as a plate. When holding the rotating plate with your thumb and index finger, the plate will also stop rotating. Your thumb and index finger play the role of brake caliper.
Q: I have a 1998 Oldsmobile Intrigue. I'm replacing the caliper but I need to know what I torque the caliper to in order to tighten the bolts. What do you recommend?
A: You don't need to torque them to a specific level. Crank them down really good and tight. Make sure they are at least as tight as when you took them off.
Q: My Suzuki brake pads are fine and the fluid is fine. I've tried bleeding up, but still no brakes. What should I do?
A: Make absolutely sure that all brakes are purged of all air around the vehicle. If they are all perfect, and the brakes are still mushy, the issue more likely resides in the brake lines, master cylinder, or brake booster.
Q: After replacing the master cylinder, power booster, rotors, and brake shoes, how do I know if I also need to change the brake calipers?
There`s very little that can go wrong specifically with calipers. All they are is two barely-moving parts, and normally the quality of your brakes is related to all the other parts you listed. The only thing that might go wrong is putting too much stress on the brake lines going into the caliper, and even then that would mean replacing the line itself.
Q:I replaced the rear calipers and disc pads, bled the brakes, and still the brake light won't go out. What can I do?
A: If your brake light is on, it is most likely your emergency brake, not your regular brakes. Most of the time it just needs to be tightened from underneath the car, a fairly easy fix.
Q: Do I have to remove the axle to remove the rotor?
A: No. The only things in the way of removing your rotor are your wheel and your caliper. The axle doesn't connect to any part of the rotor.
Q: How do I replace a caliper hose?
A: Unless the hose is cracked or leaking, there should not be a need to replace it. If you still need to change it, I recommend that you change the
whole brake line to save yourself some time later on.
Q: What can cause the calipers to grind right after replacing them?
A: The pads, not the calipers, cause the grind when worn down (though typically the pads would be replaced at the same time). If there is still a grinding, then the disc must also be replaced (but again, if the calipers are replaced, the pads and rotors or discs would be replaced, given low cost and high opportunity).
Q: What direction do I have to turn the calipers bolts to remove it?
A: I've never encountered any that you didn't turn counterclockwise to loosen. If you can't get them to turn they may be seized.
Q: How many brake calipers are on a Kia Sorento 2007?
A: One for each wheel, just like all consumer cars. Exotic cars/muscle cars sometimes have twin calipers on each wheel.
|Product||CP9200 Rear Dual Caliper|
|Brake Disc||355*28mm grooved|
|Center Cap||Grey anodized/Flower desigb|
|Bracket Caliper||Customized data|
|Brake line||35-100cm according request|