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Step-by-step Installation Guide for a Big Brake Kit

After purchasing a Big Brake Kit to increase the performance of your vehicle, your next step is to get it installed. Thankfully, this process was designed to be simple and is a lot more straightforward than most think. Installing the Big Brake Kit: Your Guide Remove the existing brake line on your vehicle. Make sure […]

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How to Detect Bad Caliper Symptoms

Do you feel like something’s wrong with your brakes, but you can’t seem to point it out? Are you trying to diagnose your vehicle’s calipers, but you aren’t sure whether they’re the problem or not? Fear not, because listed below are some of the symptoms that you should be looking out for if your caliper’s […]

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How to Bed Brakes to Improve Braking Power

If you’ve recently gone to the mechanic and heard the phrase, ‘bed your brakes’, and you’re wondering what it means, then you’ve come to the right article.  What does ‘bedding your brakes’ even mean? Bedding your brakes is a phrase used in the automotive industry that basically means breaking them in. You do this to […]

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10 Steps to Take if You Have Worn Brake Pads

You might be experiencing worn out brake pads right now, but you don’t know what to do after finding out. If you’re wondering what the next steps are, then you might want to read on. Confirm that your brake pads are worn out Sometimes, the brake system of your car can be confusing. Sometimes, the […]

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Pro Tips To Avoid Warped Brake Rotors

Here are some things to consider that will help prevent warped brake rotors: Upgrade to cross drilled rotors or cross drilled & slotted rotors to prevent warped brake rotors. Cross drilled rotors and cross drilled and slotted rotors will provide better heat ventilation. It will bring the temperature of the rotor down to a point […]

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Can You Change Only the Brake Rotors?

When you replace the brake rotors but keep your old brake pads, yousave money and time. You can get by with just replacing brake rotors,but you may want to replace the brake pads at the same time – even ifthey do not strictly need it. Here’s why you should replace the brake rotors and pads […]

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