|Place of Origin:||China|
|Model Number:||Brembo BM6|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 set|
|Packaging Details:||Box Size 45*45*45cm|
|Delivery Time:||5-7 days|
|Payment Terms:||Western Union, T/T, Paypal|
|Supply Ability:||600 sets Per Month|
|Item Name:||BM6 Brake Caliper||Caliper Pots Size:||6 Pots|
|Disc Size:||405*34mm||Caliper Material:||Alloy|
|Fit Wheel:||Rim 21-22inch||Car Model:||Infiniti GX37|
|Caliper Color:||Red||Craft:||Forged Cast|
|Front/Rear Wheel:||Rear Wheel|
Infiniti GX37 6 Pot Brake Kit,
6 Pot Brake Kit BM6
6 Pots Brake Caliper Brembo BM6 Fit Brake Disc Rotor 405*34mm
How To Replace Your Brake Calipers
While it’s possible to replace your brake caliper by yourself, it’s not recommended.
Your brake caliper is a critical component of your disc brake system, and you must be very careful about how you replace it — do your brake job the wrong way, and you could be risking your road safety.
Moreover, a brake caliper replacement requires specialized knowledge and tools to get the job done, like a lug nut wrench, breaker bar, brake bleeding tool, and more.
Your best course of action is always to take your car to a good auto repair shop or have a skilled mobile mechanic come over for a brake service.
When performing a brake caliper replacement, your mechanic would:
1. Stop the car on a level platform and engage your parking brake to prevent the vehicle from rolling.
2. Use a jack to slowly elevate the part of the car that needs to be examined (for example, the front or rear caliper).
3. Carefully loosen and remove the wheel and tire assembly using a lug nut wrench.
4. Place a pan below the old caliper and then slowly remove the brake line (aka brake hose) by unscrewing the banjo bolt.
5. Tightly plug the vehicle’s brake line using a rubber seal or cap to minimize brake fluid loss.
6. Loosen and take off the old caliper mounting bolts.
7. Remove the old caliper with a screwdriver or pry bar.
8. Remove the brake pads from the caliper bracket (if you’re using a fixed caliper brake — not required for floating caliper brakes).
9. Place and align the new caliper to the brake rotor.
10. After installing the new brake caliper, they’ll have to install the brake pads into the mounting bracket as well if they’re using fixed caliper brakes.
11. Tighten the new caliper mounting bolts.
12. Take off the rubber cap blocking the brake fluid and reinstall the brake hose.
13. Refill the brake master cylinder (if needed).
14. Bleed the brakes using the suitable brake bleeding tool in tandem with the bleeder screw.
15. Confirm that the caliper assembly is working as expected.
Pretty tricky, right?
That’s why you should always let a professional mechanic handle your brake repair.
When hiring a mechanic for a brake job, always ensure that they
|Item Name||Brembo BM6|
|Pots number||6 Piston|
|Center Type||Brembo Floating|
|Car model||Infiniti G37X Rear|
|Wheel Rim||Rim 21-22|