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New YouTube Video On Brake Pad Testing By ‘Engineering Explained’ Trending With More Than 1.3M Views

This popular video compares five brake pad sets (for the same application) using industry-standard tests at NRS’ certified testing laboratories. Four tests were performed on the pads using a brake dynamometer, corrosion test chamber and shear testing machine.

PBR Brand Brake Pads Now Available Direct At And On Amazon

PBR’s selection of proven brake friction formulations are available for a wide range of vehicles and driving styles.

Continental Delivers ATE Original Brake Pads With 88 Percent Euro Coverage

These brake pads are engineered for low heat transmission to prevent pedal failure. All brake pads are equipped with under layers and noise-damping sheets to minimize noise during braking.

Wagner Introduces Brake Pads For Popular Ford And Toyota Vehicles, Expands Total Product Offerings Across VIO

The company reports 462 new parts offered in 2017 and the first quarter of 2018.

Latest Monroe Brakes Brake Pad Promotion

The Monroe Brakes “Spring Consumer” promotion offers a $15 or $30 Visa Prepaid card with the purchase of qualifying sets of ultra-premium Monroe Total Solution ceramic or semi-metallic brake pads bought now through May 31.

Centric Parts Delivers The ‘Ultimate Braking Performance’ With Next Generation PQ PRO Disc Brake Pads

This friction line has been developed with the professional technician in mind and addresses key service issues that plague many of today’s professional service technicians and their customers, such as brake fade, weak braking response and excessive noise.

PBR Brand Brake Pads Are Now Available Direct Online In 4 Proven Formulas

The new pads are available direct online for DIY and DIFM overnight deliveries at

Centric Parts Releases New Tactical Police Duty Brake Pads By StopTech

These AMECA-approved brake pads have been specially engineered to provide superior and silent braking performance under the most extreme driving conditions experienced by officers in pursuit and patrol situations, says the company.