Get Better Braking For Your Ride
Better Braking in Black or Yellow
Power Stop Performance Brake Calipers come in your choice of cool black or hot yellow powdercoat finishes to resist corrosion. But these calipers are more than just pretty faces. Power Stop remanufactures them with new pistons, seals, bleeder screws, and stainless-steel brake pad abutment clips. The calipers also have high-temperature EPDM rubber seals and boots for smoother operation and longer life. Sounds like better braking to us.
Classic Cragar Style in the Sizes You Need
You can’t beat the classic 5-spoke style of Cragar’s 08/61 Uni-Lug and 61C Direct Bolt Super Sport wheels. The wheels have a chrome-plated steel rim mated to an A356 aluminum alloy center to minimize polishing time. What’s even better is the range of sizes—the 08/61 Uni-Lug Super Sports are available in sizes from 14 x 6 to 15 x 14, and the 61C Direct Bolt wheels range from 15 x 4.5 to 17 x 9. That’s a lot of choices.
The Perfect Match for Your Mickey Thompson ET Streets
Mickey Thompson ET Street Front tires are the perfect match to Mickey Thompson’s ET Street R, ET Street S/S and ET Street Radial Pro rear tires. They’re available in sizes to fit 15-, 17-, and 18-inch diameter wheels and have the same radial construction as the other ET Street tires so your car will track better without getting a case of the squirrelies.
How to Check and Inspect a Disc Brake Caliper
Got a weird noise, shimmy, or other unpleasantness coming from your disc brakes? Before you start throwing money at the problem, step one is to pull your wheel off and check things out.
But what do you look for?
This video from the brake brains over at Raybestos will show you how to visually inspect a brake caliper for proper function.