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Reconditioned Brake Systems

What exactly is reconditioned or refurbished brakes?

Reconditioned or refurbished are brakes that are previously used brake components that have undergone a thorough cleaning and repair process to restore their functionality and performance. This includes inspecting and replacing any worn or damaged parts. The goal of refurbishing brakes is to provide a cost-effective option that meets or exceeds industry standards for safety and performance.


During the refurbishment of brakes, several components and processes are typically serviced or changed to ensure optimal performance and safety.


The following works will be done :

  1. Brake Calipers: The brake calipers are disassembled, cleaned, and inspected for any signs of damage or wear such as abrasions or chips. They are then rebuilt with new seals and dust boot components as necessary.

  2. Brake Pistons: The brake pistons are examined for any signs of corrosion, pitting, or damage. They are cleaned, polished, and lubricated to ensure smooth operation.

  3. Brake Pads: The brake pads are inspected for wear and replaced if necessary. The pad surfaces may be resurfaced or replaced, depending on their condition.

  4. Brake Rotors/Discs: The brake rotors or discs are inspected for wear, warping, or damage. They may be resurfaced or replaced, depending on their condition and thickness.

  5. Brake Lines: The brake lines are checked for any signs of leaks, cracks, or deterioration. They may be replaced if needed to ensure proper fluid flow and brake performance.

  6. Hardware and Springs: The brake hardware, including clips, springs, and pins, is inspected and replaced if worn or damaged. Proper hardware ensures correct brake pad positioning and even wear.

  7. Lubrication: Moving parts and contact points within the brake system are properly lubricated to reduce friction, noise, and ensure smooth operation.

By refurbishing these components and performing necessary maintenance procedures, the brake system can be restored to its optimal condition, providing reliable and safe braking performance.

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