The rotors of your brake system are the discs located behind your car's wheels. Their condition and durability is essential for safe and reliable stopping power.
How do Brake Rotors Slow & Stop Your Car?
When you press your car's brake pedal, a flush of brake fluid is pressurized toward the brake calipers down a series of lines. The pressure hits the calipers which engage a piston. This piston presses forward the brake pads which create resistance against the surface of the rotor discs. The friction created slows and stops the car as long as the pedal is engaged by the driver.
Symptoms of Bad Brake Rotors
Your brake rotors will see their fair share of use and abuse over the years. It is wise to have them inspected between every two and four years to ensure quality. If your rotors seem to be grinding or screeching when stopping, or you feel a pulling to one side of the car when driving or braking, have them inspected immediately. Doing so early on when suspecting complication can save your calipers and pads from damage. Look for scores in the rotor surface, scrapes or bends, or cracks.
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There is no easier way to save a few bucks on replacement brake rotors than by choosing to shop brake parts from our online store. Rotor discs can cost drivers a few hundred dollars, especially if you're replacing more than one. Luckily for our customers, they can save up to 35% off the MSRP when it comes to optimizing your car's brake rotors. Plus, you can do it all online! Don't sweat waiting in long lines anymore!
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