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Brakes: they're the only safety feature you use every time you drive. Most vehicles on the road today use disc brake systems, which consist of brake pads, rotors, and calipers which are connected with smaller pieces commonly referred to as hardware. Together, these parts create friction to turn energy into heat and stop your vehicle.
- Pads provide the friction surface that is pressed against the brake rotors
- Rotors are attached to the wheel and generate friction when they are closed on by the pads
- Calipers press the pads against the rotors to generate friction between the two

Browse our disc braking system selection to find the right parts for your ride. We carry parts that fit the vast majority of vehicles on the road today, and we make finding the right fit easy: just enter your vehicle's year, make, model, and engine above to use our disc brake parts lookup to find components built to fit your vehicle. You can also look at any coupons for brakes we might have at the moment.

We carry parts for OE-equivalent and high-performance applications, so whether you are looking to service your daily driver or equip your hot rod with extreme stopping power for better performance on the track, we have the parts you need. Shop for brands like proven-tough Duralast and browse options like Duralast Gold for quiet long-lasting brakes or Duralast GT pads and rotors that are designed to work harder for performance driving.

Exactly when you need to replace disc brake parts is hard to say, because how long your brakes last has a lot to do with your driving style. Frequent acceleration and hard braking are actions that will cause your pads and rotors to wear out quickly compared to if you drove slowly and came to gentle stops. They might wear out in 20,000 miles for some drivers but last till 70,000 for others. If your brakes are less responsive than you are used to, or they shake or squeak, there's a good chance that you need new brakes. If you ever feel uncertain about your brakes, it's a good call to inspect them: check pads for signs of uneven or excessive wear, look for signs of cracks or uneven wear on the rotor's surface, and inspect calipers for leaking fluid or stuck pistons.