PUENTE LA REINA, Spain – Frenkit S.L. has developed a series of “how-to” videos for the do-it-yourself (DYI) market and posted them on its website.

The seven initial videos in the series are within two categories: “Caliper Repair” and “Support Center.”

Caliper Repair” videos are:

  1. How to repair your front floating caliper
  2. How to repair your rear floating caliper
  3. How to repair your fixed brake caliper

The “Support Center” videos are:

  • How to remove and fit a brake caliper on the vehicle
  • How to clean and paint your brake caliper
  • Types of clamp-on dust caps and how to mount them
  • Types of slides, their dust caps and how to mount them

The description for the first video, “How to repair your front floating caliper” is:

Everything you need to know to repair your brake caliper

Discover step by step everything you need to know to repair your brake caliper. Fill in the form fields with all the information so that we can send you the training you need to learn how to repair any brake caliper of any vehicle.

Thanks to this training you will discover:

How to remove and fit a brake caliper on your vehicle

How to repair your front floating caliper

How to repair your rear floating caliper

How to repair your fixed brake caliper

How to clean and paint your brake caliper

Types of caliper dust covers and how to fit them

Types of guide and guide dust covers and how to fit them

About Frenkit S.L.

Frenkit, S.L. specializes in the manufacture and distribution of brake components for passenger cars .and light vehicles. All its products are manufactured according to original-equipment manufacturer or customer specifications and applying a certified quality management system in compliance with the requirements of ISO 9001.

The company’s philosophy is to serve its customers well. In order to do this, Frenkit keeps a wide range of products in stock so it can supply products quickly.

The company brings in new part references continually to improve the product range it makes available. These appear in the CD catalogue, which is updated every three months, and also in the print catalogue, which is revised every two years.