RYDW Brakes is proud to offer superior brake calipers designed with exacting, original equipment standards to ensure a quality driving experience
New stainless-steel hardware clips and new mounting pins are included where applicable - Rubber seals are replaced with new high temperature EPDM rubber for extended life and optimum performance - Mounting brackets are also included where applicable for a hassle-free installation
New banjo bolts are included to ensure a perfect fit and quick installation - New bleeder screws provide trouble free bleeding and a positive seal - New washers are also provided to complete proper and effective seal
RYDW calipers provide exceptional longevity, reliability and earth friendliness - Goodyear calipers use 80% less energy and raw materials during the manufacturing resulting in a truly eco-friendly process
What Are the Symptoms of Your Brake Calipers Are Going Bad?
Brake Warning Light Is On
If your vehicle brake warning lights keep coming on, this may be an indication of having bad brake pads or calipers. Never ignore this sign and be sure to take action on it. Flashing lights on a vehicle are often warning signs of "danger."
Jerking While Braking
Your brake pads will also give a strange jerking reaction when you are trying to stop your vehicle. This often means trouble and can cause bigger issues with your vehicle if unaddressed the problem.
Hard to Push Brake Pedal
Having a hard time pushing on the brake pedal is a sure sign that the disc brake caliper is out of tune. If you feel that you have to use all of your might when stopping your vehicle this is indeed a sign of trouble.
You will Notice Squealing Sounds
Normally when your disc brake caliper is worn you will notice strange sounds coming from it. Another symptoms of bad brake caliper is that leaking brake fluid in the caliper pistons.
Simplified Installation Steps
RYDW Brake Caliper
We won’t let our parts leave the factory until they have been quality-checked three times or more.