3rd December 2019

ebcbrakes
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How often do you need to replace rotors?

First rotors are a disposable items and will need replacing anywhere from 15,000 to 70,000 miles into their use depending on your driving style and the type of brake pads used. Some brake pads are much more aggressive than others.

People also ask, what is the difference between a brake rotor and a brake disc?

Instead of housing the major components within a metal drum, disc brakes use a slim rotor and small caliper to halt wheel movement. Within the caliper are two brake pads, one on each side of the rotor, that clamp together when the brake pedal is pressed.

Which is better drum or disc brakes?

The disc brake has its own advantages and one of them is easy inspection. This brake system also has better stopping power than the drum brake. The disc brakes are completely self-adjusting and because this type of brake is so common there's a wide selection of disc brake pads from which to choose.
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