A brake job requires few parts and is one of the easiest repairs you can do on your vehicle. Replacing your brake should be done about once every two years, depending on how much you drive.
Conventionally, replacing your brakes on your car usually includes replacing the front disc brake pads , the rear drum shoes , resurfacing the rotors and drums , bleeding the brake lines and servicing for any leaks or other repairs issues such as adjusting the brake pad level.
If the brake on the vehicle has been driven to a very low point, you may have to rebuild or purchase a new wheel cylinder and calipers. By careful if you are using a mechanic, as some mechanic well recommend additional repairs that may not be required.
Some of the other parts, which may be small, but are very useful, may include pins, clips, bushing, return and hold-down springs and retainers . If the brakes are very bad and your vehicle is old, your mechanic might recommend replacing some of the main auto parts such as shoes and drums.
For vehicles that uses air brakes, such as 18 wheelers, it is advised that you seek a professional repairman. Pads and shoes are made of different grade of materials and you should always buy the best if the price is right. Inexpensive pads may cost less but may cost you more in the long run because you will have to change them frequently.
Also, they may cause damage to other parts of your brake system because they are easily damaged particularly in extreme high or low temperature. Make sure that what you purchase meets the minimum standard of safety issued by the government.
In the end, if you are thinking of changing the brakes on your vehicle use only premium grade pads and lining