The Best Brake Repair and Service in Englewood ColoradoGet To Know How Much Saul's Automotive Knows About Brakes!
For the same cost as the factory brakes at your dealership!
When you hit the brakes on I 70 hard you are warping your brakes, and when your car or truck is coming down the mountain and the wheel is shaking…
You are warping your brakes!
Your factory brakes are not up to the task because they are not designed for use in extreme circumstances like Denver Colorado’s mountain roads.
I’m Saul Reisman, here at Saul’s Automotive.
Now, there’s many different kinds of brakes, many different styles, many different vehicles, and they way they work, function, and specifically in Colorado, with our mountains, the way they wear out.
So, rather than doing one quick, simple report to just try and give you a little information, we’re gonna be doing a whole series about how these brake systems work on your vehicle and how we can best keep you safe. Scroll down this page to read and view our brake repair video blogs.
On modern vehicles, there are four basic types of braking systems: your disc brake can operate as a single-plane rotor, a dual-plane rotor, a hatted rotor, or an encapsulated-bearing rotor. We’ll be going through all of these in our brakes blog you can see below.
If you have any concerns with your brakes in any way, shape, or form, Saul’s Automotive is open 365 days a year from eight to six to address these concerns. We do not charge for any kind of system diagnostic. We are more than happy to pick your vehicle up, remove the wheels to inspect the brakes, and confirm the exact condition of each and every component at no charge to you so that we can help ensure your safety and the longevity of your braking system.
Please give us a call at 303-919-7769.
Get To Know How Much We Know About Brakes And Brake Repair By Watching Our Brake Video Blogs Below:
Today we are going to talk about Brakes and why your brakes are such an important commodity? And why you see them advertise all over the place?read more
today, we’re going to talk a little bit about your brake calipers and the way the hydraulic system works in your vehicle. Ninety-five percent of all motor vehicles on the road use a disc brake with a hydraulic caliper in the front of the vehicle, and 85 percent use the same set up in the rear of the vehicle.read more
We’re gonna talk about your brakes and how you can best keep them in the best possible shape and at the same time keep your costs as low as possible.read more
Many locations, here in town, may tell you that they offer a brake special that’s the same price whether it’s a Nissan, a Honda, a Ford, a Chevy, a Dodge, as long as it’s a car. They’ll charge you the same amount of money, no matter what.read more
we’re going to talk a little bit about the way your brakes fail when they start to wear out. From the factory your vehicle’s brake pads are anywhere from five-to-10 millimeters thick.read more
One of the least inspected braking systems on your vehicle is typically the parking brake. As 90 percent of vehicles sold in North America come equipped with automatic transmissions, the majority of us don’t even use our parking brake anymore because we don’t think we need to.read more
The next brake rotor design we’re gonna look at is what we call a dual-plane or a vented rotor.
Now, this rotor has two separate sides with a slot between them that has angled vents, so as it rotates, air flow can cool the rotor much more efficiently.
The first brake rotor design that we’re going to look at is the original single-plane rotor. Now the design of this is pretty basic. In this case it has five bolt holes where it will slide on to the hub of the vehicle.read more
Hi there. I’m Saul here at Saul’s Automotive, and we’re gonna take a look today at a slightly more heavy duty for a medium to heavy duty truck or van, brake rotor, and braking capsulated hub design.read more