Brake Rotor Replacement
The brake rotor provides the friction surfaces for the brake pads to rub against. The rotor, the largest and heaviest part of a disk brake, is usually made of cast iron because that metal has excellent friction and wear properties.
There are two basic types of rotors. Solid rotors are most often used on the rear of vehicles equipped with four-wheel disk brakes. Vented rotors have radial cooling passages cast between the friction surfaces.
The experts at Hollenshade’s in Towson can address any problems you may experience with your vehicle’s brake system. Please CONTACT US for an appointment or to ask us a question about brake rotor replacement for your vehicle.