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Smart W453 4 Pot Brake Kit Disc Size 355*28mm Disc Center Bell

Product Details:
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Jekit
Model Number: Ap5200
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 1set
Price: factory price
Packaging Details: Box Size 45*45*45cm
Delivery Time: 7-10 days
Payment Terms: Western Union/Paypal
Supply Ability: 600 sets per Month

Detail Information

Item Name: 4 Pot Brake Kit Caliper Number: AP5200
Disc Size: 355*28mm Caliper Material: Aluminum
Fit Wheel: Rim 17 Wheel Disc Material: Grey Cast Iron
Center Cap Bracket: 6061 T6 Aluminum Caliper Color: Red Caliper
Caliper Craft: Cast
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Product Description

4 Pot Brake Kit Disc Size 355*28mm Disc Center Bell For Smart W453


The Easiest Way To Maintain Your Brake Calipers
The best way to take care of your brake calipers and avoid brake fade is to have a mechanic come to your driveway and perform a brake inspection. This way, you won’t need to drive or tow your car to an auto repair shop for a brake service


What Is A Brake Caliper?

A brake caliper is the part of your vehicle’s disc brake system that houses the hydraulic pistons and brake pads.

When you hit the brakes, pistons inside the brake caliper squeeze your brake pads against the disc brake rotors to generate friction. And this frictional force slows down your vehicle.

Many vehicles utilize a brake disc or brake rotor in the front and a drum for the rear brake.

In the rear drum brakes, instead of the brake calipers, you’d have pistons within the wheel cylinder. They push the brake shoes against a spinning drum rotating with the wheel.


How Brake Calipers Get Damaged
When you engage the brakes, friction is generated by the brake calipers on the brake disc through your brake pads. The frictional force then converts the kinetic energy of your moving vehicle into thermal energy or heat.

This naturally raises the temperature of your brake calipers rapidly.

And when you’ve stopped engaging the brakes, the disc brake calipers suddenly cool down.

With repeated heat-up and cool-down cycles, corrosion begins to form inside and outside the brake calipers.

This corrosion creates a rough caliper surface that results in:

Abrasive wear on the brake piston seal
Seizing up and sticking of a piston and a brake cylinder chamber
Uneven braking performance

Worn-out Brake Calipers Compromise Road Safety

Brake calipers play a crucial role in generating the necessary friction to slow your vehicle.

And although they’re designed to last long, brake calipers can get corroded and wear out over time.


How long does it take to replace brake calipers?
How long do they take, and why? Replacement of brake calipers takes 2–3 labor hours generally, and based on a repair shop's workload is usually completed on the same day the vehicle is dropped off.


is it OK to replace just one brake caliper?
For vehicles with disc brakes mounted on only the front wheels and tires, replace the calipers in pairs. If one side is damaged, then replace the calipers on both sides. If only one caliper is replaced, you may experience brake imbalance between the front wheels and tires


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