Servicing Clients for Four Wheels Tyres from Parramatta, Seven hills , Blacktown, Girraween, Westmead & Surrounding Areas
1. A full brake inspection will start with a thorough check of the entire brake system; brake pads and shoes, rotors and drums, callipers and wheel cylinders, brake equipment, hoses, pipes, and master cylinder.
2. Some hoses which are, chaffed, bloated or leaking with age must be repaired. Make sure the new hose has the same form of end fittings as the first one (double-flared or ISO).
3. Also, steel lines must be inspected , for leaks, kinks, severely corroded or destroyed. Use only permitted steel tube with double-flared or ISO flare ends for the steel brake lines.
4. Calipers must be checked to make sure the slides are not seized. The same is true for a frozen calliper (look for irregular wear on the pad), scratched or severely corroded.
5. Leaks at the master cylinder, or a brake pedal that slowly falls to the floor inform you of the need to replace the master cylinder.
6. There is a need to check the rotors and drums for tear, heat cracks, warpage . They should always be resurfaced
7. In many hardware components, corrosion, age have a detrimental effect. Replacing some of those pieces when the brakes are relined is a good idea. New mounting pins and bushings for floating-style callipers are suggested on disc brakes. To lubricate calliper pins and contact points, using high-temperature plastic or silicone brake grease (never ordinary chassis grease).
8. Brake Clips holding shoes should be removed and springs restored. When corroded or frozen, the self-adjusters should be removed. Using brake grease to lubricate self-adjusters and lift points on brake backing boards where touch is created by feet.
9. The last process should always be to replace old brake fluid with fresh fluid.