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Frequently Asked Questions

How can i find the right posting for my vehicle?

Please try our new and improved store search engine located on the top right corner of every listing. You can also find our store search in our eBay store front page. Simply type in your vehicle's Year, Make, Model, Sub-Model and Engine Size into the search box and click "search". If you're still having trouble locating the right items for your vehicle, please do not hesitate to leave us a message on our CONTACT US or call our Toll-Free Technical Support Hotline at 1-877-467-3974. Our dedicated support staff will be glad to assist you!

Where is my tracking number?

A tracking number will be sent to your email address registered on your account from UPS once your package is ready to be shipped. Please confirm that your email address registered on your account/order is active. If you still have not receive your package or a tracking number 5 business days after a completed transaction, please send us a message or call our Toll-Free Technical Support Hotline at 1-877-467-3974. Our dedicated support staff will be glad to assist you!

Are your brake rotors directional?

Rotors with STRAIGHT INTERNAL COOLING VANES are non-directional. They can be installed on either side of the vehicle without degrading performance. However, Rotors with CURVED INTERNAL COOLING VANES are directional and should be installed appropriately to maximize cooling effect. When the directional rotors are properly installed, the pattern of drilled holes / slots should lean toward the back of the car - as shown in the diagram above.

Does your brake pads come with electronic sensors?

Some models of our brake pads will included electronic sensors where applicable. Please leave us a message or call our Toll-Free Technical Support Hotline at 1-877-467-3974 if you have any questions regarding the fitment of electronic sensors for your vehicle.

What do I do if my new brake rotors and pads do not fit?

Please send us a message stating the issues regarding the incorrect fitment of parts before calling our technical support hotline. eBay requires buyers and sellers to communicate through their messaging system first regarding any issues of receiving items that are not as described. Our technical support staff will then contact you within 24 hours after the initial message is received. We will then promptly investigate on the matter and respond with a fair solution. WE ARE ALWAYS HERE TO HELP!

How do I make sure the parts I ordered will fit my vehicle?

To guarantee 100% fitment, please provide us the year, model, sub-model, engine size of your vehicle as well as other detailed description such as 2WD/4WD, AT/MT, Rear Rotor/Drum, 2 Door/4Door, Wheel Size, # of Lugs, VIN #, Contact Name and Contact Number during checkout.

What is your warranty and return policy?

We offer 100 Days Warranty on all of our Brake Kits and Brake Pads and 365 Days Warranty on our Black Chrome Brake Kits. Warranty covers manufacturer's defects and cracking or warping of brake rotors. Terms and Conditions applies. Please click here for more details.

How do I properly break in my new brake rotors and pads?

Run the new discs and pads for approximately 50 to 100 miles (80 to 160 km) avoiding excessive or high speed braking. Keep in mind that brake effectiveness may be somewhat reduced during the first braking.

Note: Braking performance and effectiveness will be severely reduced if rotors and pads are not properly installed. Zinc and Chrome Plated rotors require extra time and care during initial break in.



After installation of your new brake components, IN A SAFE LOCATION, begin executing stops from no more than 35mph (55 km/h). Apply the brakes with minimum pressure and release before coming to a full stop and allow a short cool down period between stops. Make a minimum of 10 stops, or more if necessary. It is imperative that the brakes are not allowed to overheat during the brake in procedure. After initial brake in, avoid heavy braking for the next 300 to 400 miles (500 to 650 km).

What should I do if my new brakes are making unusual noises or vibrations?

During the brake in procedure, it is normal to have unusual noises, pedal or steering wheel pulsations. If proper installation procedures were followed and the brakes were installed correctly, this condition will gradually diminish until the brake pads have mated to the rotors' surface.

What are the differences between vented and solid rotors?

 There are generally two forms of a brake rotor or brake disc: solid and/or vented or ventilated brake rotors. Solid brake rotors, as the name implies, is one solid disc. Vented brake rotors are two discs conjoined at the middle by vanes or lined structures. The purpose of vanes is to provide more cooling and heat dissipation of the brake components.

Note: In order to guarantee 100% exact fitment, customers must confirm what type of rotors applies for their specific vehicles. A vehicle that uses solid rotor can only be replace with a solid rotor and vice versa. We do not sell any brake conversion kits to convert solid rotors into vented rotors.

What are the differences between rear disc brakes and rear drum brakes?

 Disc brakes use a flat, disk-shaped metal rotor that spins with the wheel. When the brakes are applied, a calliper squeezes the brake pads against the disc (just as you would stop a spinning disc by squeezing it between your fingers), slowing the wheel.

Drum brakes use a wide cylinder that is open at the back, similar in appearance to a drum. When the driver steps on the brake pedal, curved shoes located inside the drum are pushed outwards, rubbing against the inside of the drum and slowing the wheel.

Disc brakes are generally considered superior to drum brakes for several reasons. First, they dissipate heat better (brakes work by converting motion energy to heat energy). Under severe usage, such as repeated hard stops or riding the brakes down a long incline, disc brakes take longer to lose effectiveness (a condition known as brake fade). Disc brakes also perform better in wet weather, because centrifugal force tends to fling water off the brake disc and keep it dry, whereas drum brakes will collect some water on the inside surface where the brake shoes contact the drums.

Note: In order to guarantee 100% exact fitment, customers must confirm what type of brakes applies for their specific vehicles. A vehicle that uses rear drum brakes can only be replace with another drum brake and vice versa. We do not sell any brake conversion kits to convert drum brakes into disc brakes.

Will the Anti-Rust Coating wear off?

The Zinc or Chrome plating around the braking areas of the rotor will eventually wear off after use. This is normal and unavoidable. However, the hat, vents and other parts of the rotor where the pads do not come into contact will remain protected. Rust will eventually build up around the braking surface of the rotors if your vehicle remained stationary or exposed to natural elements for a prolonged period. This build up of rust will scrape off right away as soon as you put your vehicle in motion and let the brake pads clean the rust off the braking surface of your rotors.

How are your prices so much cheaper than my local parts store/garage?

We have been able to eliminate high costs for fancy packaging and middlemen. While purchasing in large volume direct from manufacturers has allowed us to price our products as closely as possible to the wholesale cost while maintaining quality.

Do you offer local pick-up?

Yes. Please contact us through eBay or call us directly at 1-877-467-3974 to book an appointment for local pick-up before you place an order.