We offer a range of specialised braking systems for different vehicles and driving conditions. Find the right brake pads for your vehicle today.
General purpose brake pads for everyday driving.
Using the latest Ceramic technology and specifically engineered for EV and Hybrid Vehicles.
Superior performance for European vehicles.
Specially engineered brake rotors for European vehicles.
Specially formulated brake pads for on and off-road driving.
Muti-purpose brake pads for hard working vehicles.
High performance stopping for performance and prestige vehicles.
Exceptional stopping power for even greater confidence.
Increased strength and durability for peak performance.
Extensively tested for high speed driving conditions
Quality brake shoes, engineered for Australian conditions.
Easily warns drivers when brake pads are nearing the end of their lifespan.
For peace of mind and ultimate tow control, tow with the Bendix Ultimate Tow™ Electric Brake Controller.
Designed specifically to meet the requirements of European models, our Euro+ range brings premium quality and peak performance to your vehicle.
Our upgrade kits will help you keep your 4WD vehicle in peak condition, so you’re ready for every terrain.
Specially engineered to suit the most extreme 4WD applications.
Brake pads, rotors, braided lines and more for your 4WD vehicle.
For selected 4WD wagons and dual cab utes, featuring advanced brake pads, disc brake rotors, calipers, braided lines and ancillary items.
For popular 4WD wagons and dual cab utes, featuring advanced brake drums and brake shoe kit and ancillary items.
Increased braking performance for towing and heavy loads.
A specialised brake hose upgrade for your 4WD vehicle.
Our performance brake pads are rigorously tested to ensure optimum performance in a range of driving conditions. Find the right brakes pages for your vehicle today.
Advanced brake pads and disc brake rotors, braided lines and a host of ancillary items.
Our Commercial vehicle range brings advanced engineering to pads, drums, and rotors for commercial vehicles, ensuring increased performance and a longer lifespan for parts.
Designed to cope with high temperatures found in constant braking.
Designed to withstand extremes of heavy duty operation.
Long-lasting, reliable performance.
Rigorously tested to meet hard on-road conditions.
Our range of fluids and spray Auto Care products help you keep your vehicle in peak condition every day.
Minimises corrosion and optimises braking performance.
Lasting protections against friction, wear, and corrosion.
Fights oils, dust, dirt, and grease and stops brake squeal.
Removes grease and grime from engines, motors and workshop surfaces.
Prevents dirt and brings a shine to tyres, mudflaps, and bumpers.
Lubricates, protects and prevents corrosion.
Protects surfaces from scratching and prevents squeaking.
Lubricates, waterproofs, protects against corrosion, binding & squeaking.
Find answers to frequently asked questions about our products and technology.
Learn how to get the most our of your brakes.
When the brake pedal is applied, brake fluid is forced into the caliper moving the piston and brake pads against the rotor. Calipers should be thoroughly checked to ensure all parts are working correctly and smoothly. Inefficient calipers can cause low performance and excessive wear of pads and disc rotors.
The park brake system can operate through the rear disc pads or a shoe and drum brake system. The park brake should be regularly checked and/or adjusted to ensure correct operation and the brake linings should not be allowed to wear past the manufacturer’s recommendations.
The clamping force applied by the brake pads against the disc rotor slows or stops the rotation of the wheels. Disc rotors should be regularly checked for excessive wear and distortion. When machining or installing new disc rotors ensure they have been cleaned thoroughly with brake cleaner to remove any contaminants.
Applying the brakes activates a power booster forcing hydraulic brake fluid through the master cylinder and combination valve, via brake lines to all four wheels.
The wheel assembly consists of a wheel hub and rotor with a caliper housing the disc brake pad. A piston in each caliper forces the disc brake pad against the rotor, creating the necessary friction to stop the rotor spinning.
Your brake system should be thoroughly checked once a year at a minimum. In as little as fifteen minutes, a brake specialist can give your car’s braking system a safety check.
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