1950 Dodge Brake Disc
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Today's vehicles typically have disc brakes that do the actual work of making the car come to a stop. The most common type is the single piston floating caliper 1950 Dodge Brake Disc. Main parts of your 1950 Dodge Brake Disc system are the brake pads, caliper and rotor.
Simply put the brake pads squeeze the rotor and the force is transmitted hydraulically. The friction between the pads and the 1950 Dodge Brake Disc slows the disc down; which in turn slows your car down to a stop when you hit the brake pedal.
Typically when you have your brakes worked on it is the pads that need to be changed. The pads have a wear indicator which is a piece of metal that will actually touch the 1950 Dodge Brake Disc and make a loud squealing sound. This is how you know it is time to change the pads.
If you do not change the pads when they are worn out you can do damage to the rotors. You know this is the problem when you hit the brakes and you get a shudder or vibration feeling. Typically if you change your 1950 Dodge Brake Disc pads when they begin to wear down, you won't have to worry about the rotor.