Do Your Pads Look Like This?

Abnormal Brake Pad Wear Patterns

Tapered wear
Worn out caliper bushings and/or worn caliper hardware
One sided wear
Faulty caliper or caliper piston hanging; caliper slide not functioning
Grooved surface
Rotors should be replaced
Chipped surface
Excessive heat build-up, caliper or caliper piston hanging up creating constant friction
Step in lining
Pads not in full contact. Replace guide pin/mounting bolt bushings and caliper hardware
Cracked surface
Excessive heat build-up, caliper or caliper piston hanging up creating constant friction

Always replace your hardware every time do you a brake job.

Simply replacing the pads will not ensure your safety.

Caliper

Calipers - Inspect for leaking fluid or stuck pistons.

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Hardware

Hardware - Change your hardware with each brake job.

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Brake Pad

Brake Pads - Check pads for signs of uneven or excessive wear.

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Rotor

Rotors - Look for signs of cracks or uneven wear on the rotor's surface.

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Did You Know?

Squealing from wear sensors informing you that your pads need to be replaced
Squeaking & Grinding indicating excessive wear or damage to your pads and rotors
Fluid leaking on the ground can eventually lead to a loss of brake pressure
Pedal that pulsates or travels too close to the floorboard indicating excessive pad wear
Pulling the vehicle to one side can also indicate your pads need replacing

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