Brake Hardware Clips

The main reason to replace brake hardware is to protect your investment in your new brake pads

Carl Corcoran, shop manager
brake clips hold pads on

If you don’t get new hardware when you get a brake job, you may need new brake pads more often, which means you’ll be paying for new brake pads more frequently

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Brake Clips installed on pads
Brake Tech Hardware Clip
New Hardware Clips
  • Reduce Noise
  • Reduce new Pad and rotor Wear

There are many reasons to get new brake clips and hardware but the main one is to protect your new pads and rotors. If you don’t get new hardware when you get a brake job, chances are you’re going to need new brake pads more often, which means you’ll be paying for new brake pads more frequently.
Noise Test
Brake Tech noise test
In order to assess how new brake hardware affects vehicle performance, an independent testing lab in Sweden ran a series of tests. In the first, they wanted to see whether or not the old brake pad clips still met the manufacturer’s OEM specifications at the time of the first brake job – approx. 35,000 to 45,000 miles.
“The main reason to replace brake hardware is to protect your investment in your new brake pads.”

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