|Place of Origin:||China|
|Model Number:||GT6 pads|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1set|
|Packaging Details:||Box Size 25*10*10cm|
|Delivery Time:||7-10 days|
|Payment Terms:||Western Union/Paypal, T/T|
|Supply Ability:||600sets per Month|
|Fit Wheel:||Rim 17/18/19/20||Pads Material:||Semimetal|
Auto GT6 Brake Pad,
Semimetal Brake Pad,
Rim 17 Auto Brake Pad
Jekit Car Semimetal Meterial Auto GT6 Brake Pad fit for front
|Item Name||GT6 brake pads|
|For Wheel size||Rim 17/18|
To what extent should the brake pads be replaced?
Most car owners do not wait for the alarm to replace the brake pads. During maintenance, the maintenance personnel will make a simple inspection of the car. The thickness of the brake pads is the most important one. If it is found that it is thin and meets the replacement standard, it will recommend the owner to replace it. The brake pads affect safety. Once they are worn out, there will be no brakes. Therefore, as long as the maintenance personnel advise the car owner to replace them, most car owners will follow the advice and replace them directly. In fact, like other maintenance items, brake pads are sometimes required to be replaced in advance. I've seen the earliest brake pads replaced. It's about one-third thick. It looks very thick. In fact, it can still be used for a long time.
Then, to what extent should the brake pads be replaced? Generally, the remaining two or three millimeters should be replaced. Estimate the thickness yourself. If you don't know how thick two or three millimeters are, you can also compare it with the height of its alarm piece. If the alarm piece is about to be ground, it means it's time to replace it. If the alarm piece has been ground, there is no need to tangle and replace it directly.
To check the thickness of the brake pad, it is best to remove the tire so that the remaining thickness can be seen at a glance and can be seen accurately. In fact, the vast majority of maintenance personnel are unwilling to remove the tire. They use a flashlight to look from the outside, check the outer brake pad, and reach into their hands under the car to check the inner brake pad by hand. Generally speaking, experienced maintenance personnel can judge accurately. Even if they don't remove the tire, the thickness they judge is almost the same as the actual thickness. If you don't have enough experience, you will often make mistakes in judgment. The actual thickness is still very thick, and your own judgment is very thin, you will recommend the owner to replace it. At this time, you will let the owner replace it when you start talking about it. Of course, this is not to pit the owner's money, but the maintenance worker's wrong judgment. After removing it, I found that it was still very thick. The owner has promised to replace it. As long as the owner doesn't say, he won't install the old one and continue to replace it with a new one. In this way, the owner actually spent wronged money and didn't need to be replaced.
For some cars with more kilometers, the brake discs are deeply worn. Checking the inner brake pads and touching them by hand often make some maintenance workers misjudge. The brake disc is deeply worn, but only the place covered by the brake pad is deeply worn. The brake pad can not cover the whole brake disc, so the outermost circle of the brake disc is not worn, but it is still the original thickness. In this way, some of the brake pads will enter the brake disc. Assuming that the brake disc is worn 2mm deep and the brake pad is 4mm deep, from the appearance, the brake pad is only 2mm deep, because there are 2mm entering the brake disc, you will mistakenly think that the brake pad should be replaced.
Check the thickness of the brake pad by yourself. If the thickness is very thick, you can see it from the outside. There is no need to remove the tire. If the thickness is thin, the line of sight is oblique from the outside, so it is not easy to grasp the thickness accurately, and the inner one can not be seen, so it is best to remove the tire for inspection. Check the thickness of the brake pads. Check both pads. Many cars have different wear of the two pads, one thick and the other thin. If you only check one piece and just look at the thick one, there is a risk that the brake pads will wear out if you continue to use the car.