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Truck Brake Pads

Truck Brake Pads

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The brake pads in your truck are just some of the vehicle parts you need to replace regularly. Otherwise, you’ll endanger yourself and other motorists on the road once your brakes begin to fail. When should you replace your brake pads? Ultimately, it depends on your driving applications but in general, it’s recommended that you change the brake pads every 40,000 to 50,000 miles of use. Before your brake fails, you’ll already notice signs and symptoms that indicate you need to change your brake pads. Pay attention to brake squeals, grinding noise, excessive vibrations, and prolonged stopping time when hitting the brakes. If you notice any or all of these signs, it may be time to replace the brake pads in your calipers. Brake pads are made with different compounds and designs to match different driving applications, budget, and brake systems. Here at AmericanTrucks, we carry a wide variety of brake pads that suit many truck applications. Whether you need brake pads for a dedicated tow or off-road vehicle or a daily driven truck, you can order them here — in pairs or a full set for front and rear brakes. Some of the brake pads available on the site are manufactured with ceramic compounds, carbon-ceramic compounds, semi-metallic compounds, and more. Each of these compounds is designed for specific applications so it’s important to know what you require out of your brake pads. Make sure you have all the brake components you need. Visit our brake accessories page and our brake rotors page to find more essentials.