Saturday, October 31

PFC Brakes Addresses Common Air Disc Pad Issue


Source: PFC Brakes announcement

CLOVER, S.C. – PFC has identified an issue – ridges or lips on the outside and inside diameter of the rotor – affecting rotors in heavy duty applications caused by absence of friction material on the outside and inside edge of the rotor.

New air disc pad products from the company addresses this problem. this issue and modified a few of our air disc pad part numbers to avoid issues that may be caused by these ridges

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PFC’s 1369.12, 1311.12 and 9174.12 now feature chamfers on both the top and bottom edges of the friction to avoid interference or damage caused by these ridges.   The chamfers also allow for 100 percent contact between the pad and the rotor for maximum performance.

For further information about the new rotors click HERE.

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