Brake pads are one of the most important consumables that affect the safety of the car. Therefore, their replacement should not be delayed. Often, motorists have to do this because of the high cost of the pads. Or they take risks by buying cheap goods.
Poor quality pads can be too soft and wear out quickly. As a result, motorists pay too much for them. Conversely, brake pads that are too hard can ruin the brake disc, and then you have to spend a lot more money. But these are not all aspects that you should pay attention to when choosing pads.
For example, the brake pads must fit snugly to the brake disc and wear evenly. In addition, they should not make noise, and delamination of the working surface from the metal base is unacceptable.
Front brake pads for Hyundai i20 PB, i30 FD, ix35 LM, Tucson JM and Kia cee`d ED, Rio II JB, Sportage JE/SL
Front brake pads for Renault Logan II, Sandero II, MCV II, Clio IV, Symbol II/III and Twingo III
After many tests of brake pads with special equipment, the experts at Za Rulem determined what the right brake pads should be. Using this knowledge, Za Rulem Trading House has offered for sale front brake pads that meet all the requirements for reliability and safety, but at the same time have a moderate price.
The Za Rulem Trading House always has front brake pads for Hyundai i20 PB, i30 FD, ix35 LM, Tucson JM cars, as well as for Kia cee`d ED, Rio II JB, Sportage JE / SL and for Renault Logan II, Sandero II, MCV II, Clio IV, Symbol II/III and Twingo III. You can also buy these pads in partner stores.
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