Did you grow up with the kind of dad who did all the work on the family sedan himself? If so, you’ve probably suckered into helping him with the brake job, which meant endless pumping of the pedal, by you, while pop bled the system. Well, those days of strained quadriceps and parental relations are over thanks to the Phoenix Systems brake bleeding tools. These nifty tools actually allow one person to bleed an entire brake in minutes.
Transform your stock brakes into lean, mean stopping machines when you install performance brake rotors. Available in drilled, slotted, and drilled and slotted options, our performance brake rotors feature the same designs used on racecars. And, they’re even proven to extend pad life.
Selecting the Right Brake Rotor Brand
Replacing your brake rotors doesn’t have to cost a fortune when you shop at AutoAnything. We carry the best brands around for the lowest prices possible. Check out our selection of Powerslot rotors, DBA rotors and more. Then, once you choose the best rotors for your vehicle, perform the brake rotors installation yourself to save even more money.
If you’re looking for top-performing rotors designed for street or track use, you’ll want to check out the selection EBC has to offer. EBC has earned a reputation for itself as a maker of high-performance brake rotors. Whether you drive a full-ton pickup or a sports compact car, EBC rotors improve your ride’s stopping abilities.
More Top Rated Rotor Brands
Another top name in the braking industry, Baer Brakes has been defining performance stopping power since 1986. For use on the street or on the track, Baer rotors and brake pads deliver the aggressive bite you’ve been looking for. They have a huge selection of styles for you to choose from, including drilled and slotted rotors. Plus, Baer Decela Rotors are designed using the same cutting-edge technology that’s found on thoroughbred racecars.
No matter what you drive, you’ll find a large selection of brake rotors custom-designed to fit your specific year, make and model here at AutoAnything. Find brake rotors for the RSX, or check out our selection of 2004 Acura TL rotors. Be sure to check out the reviews available on our website so you can see which rotors people are raving about. You’ll be able to read everything from Power Stop rotors reviews to Nissan Titan front rotors reviews.
Once you’ve selected your new rotors, it’s time you learn how to install brake rotors. With the proper tools, installing your brake rotors will be a breeze, and it will save you lots of money. First, you’ll need to jack the car up and remove the wheel. Use a turkey baster or a similar siphon to draw brake fluid out of the master cylinder. Remove about one third of the fluid, and keep the cap off. Next, use the C-clamp to compress the brake caliper by placing one side of the clamp on the inner side and the other side of the clamp on the outer side.
Once the brake caliper is compressed, remove the bolts that hold the caliper in place, and then remove your brake pads. Pull the old rotor straight back toward you and remove it. Then, slide the new rotor in place. Put the pads/discs back within the caliper, and then slip the caliper back over the rotor. Once everything is back in place and the tire is back on the car, fill up the master cylinder with brake fluid, bleed the brakes to get any stray air out of the lines, and you’ll be good to go.