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  • How Often Should You Flush Your Brake Fluid?

    Published by Mark Link
    Friday, April 29, 2011

    See how often you should flush your brake fluid. Industry standard suggests every 2 years, but we feel once per year is better. There's also some more tips so check out the post!

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  • Brake Rotor Burnishing

    Published by Mark Link
    Friday, April 29, 2011

    Brake only moderately and briefly during the first 200 miles over a mixed itinerary. Avoid prolonged pad to rotor contact.

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  • Warped Brake Rotors? Are You Sure?

    Published by Mark Link
    Tuesday, April 19, 2011

    Before you replace brake rotors that have been classified as “Warped” you should measure the run out. You may find that the run out is within factory specifications. If this is the case then why is the steering wheel shaking? In high performance or heavy use vehicles we sometimes run in to this situation. The problem is usually not the brake rotors, it’s the brake pads. When the brake system is used to its limit and you heat your brake pads beyond their operational temperature limit they will deposit brake pad material unevenly on the brake rotor. (See Photo) Pad material build up creates uneven rotor thickness which gives you the sensation of a “warped” brake rotor.

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  • Caliper Maintenance

    Published by Mark Link
    Wednesday, April 06, 2011

    We found after helping several friends and others re-do their brakes, the most neglected items when doing a brake job were the caliper guide pins and pad slides.

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  • Torque Wrenches

    Published by Mark Link
    Thursday, March 17, 2011

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