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Brakes Information

Most drivers don't think too much about their braking system when they step into the car. That is, unless the car is having trouble stopping or returning a high-pitched squeal every time the brake pedal is pressed. That incessant whining is there for a reason, and serves as a warning that the brakes need to be replaced. Today's modern vehicle features one of two designs disc and drum. Drum technology is the older technology, but is still used to some extent, especially on hybrid vehicles. Disc technology is by far the more popular version, as it features better heat dispersal abilities. This results in a longer lasting, more reliable braking system. Whichever design is installed on your vehicle, the brakes work by being pressed against the brake pads to create friction and slow the car. This is typically done through hydraulic technology. Braking component should be checked during routine maintenance. They need to be replaced frequently due to the excessive pressures and temperatures they endure. PartsGeek.com is the online superstore that carries thousands of auto parts at exceptionally low prices.

Brakes

They prevent collisions and tickets, but brakes don’t get much love. While it’s fun to brag about your engine or tires, fewer people are as excited to gush about being able to stop on a dime, yet few parts are as essential as working brakes. At PartsGeek.com we can help you maintain your brakes without breaking the bank, so you can focus more of your effort on the parts of your car that are more brag-worthy.

Whether disc or drum, keeping your brakes in good working order is simple at PartsGeek.com. With quick shipping and a wide selection of products from top brands such as Bendix, PBR and Zimmerman, you should be able to replace your brakes in no time. We even offer a 30-day return policy to make sure you are getting the exact product you need.

What Are Brakes?

You probably know that the brakes on you car are what bring you to a stop, but you may not know why. Brakes work against the movement of your vehicle by taking the energy used to propel you forward or backward and converting it into heat. The energy is converted is through the creation of friction, and this is done through either disc brakes or brake drums. Disc brakes have a rotating disc touching the wheel, and when you press on the brake pedal, brake pads pinch the disc, creating friction and slowing the wheel. Drum brakes create friction through the inner drum shoe expanding against a revolving brake drum. Drum brakes do not cool down as quickly as disc brakes, and so more recently they have been used only on the rear axles of cars and trucks.

How Much Are New Brakes?

Replacing your brakes can mean several different things, so prices vary. Replacement brake shoes are typically between $20 and $50, while new brake pads start at $70 but can run into the hundreds depending on the performance you need. Materials have a large impact on brake pricing, as do the year, make and model of your car. It is important to make sure you know what the set you are purchasing includes, as many are sold just for the front or rear wheels. At PartsGeek.com we offer a variety of brands that should be able to meet your needs at different price points.

When Do You Need to Replace Your Brakes?

When it comes to your brakes, where you drive is often as important as how often you use your car. For those who are in traffic-filled areas, even low mileage cars can have significant wear on their brakes. A good rule of thumb is to have your brakes inspected every six months, when you get your wheels rotated. Outside of your mechanic, you need to listen for squeaks that might indicate your brakes are on their last leg.


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