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Shop Replacement Brake Pads and Brake Shoes

How often are you checking your brake system?

A vibrating steering wheel is an almost sure sign of warped rotors. Does your car squeal or come to a grinding halt at red lights? It may be time for a brake service to see if your brake pad material has worn down to nothing. The bad news is that these parts aren't typically included in a car's warranty, as they are considered preventative maintenance/wear and tear items that need to be regularly replaced.

Making sure you and your passengers are safe is our main priority. When you're faced with hazards on the road, you need to make sure you're equipped with stopping power. Save on great prices on premium quality brake pads, brake rotors, drum brakes, calipers, wheel bearings, brake fluid, brake master cylinders, and more.

The good news is that NAPA AUTO PARTS carries a wide selection of brakes and brake parts online for you to reserve and pick-up in store. We have stellar brake installation hardware and recommendations for the best brake inspection and replacement services in the area.

Suppose you're shopping for brake pads or shoes for your Ford F150, Honda Civic, electric vehicle, or any other car or motorcycle. In that case, NAPA AUTO PARTS has you covered with a wide variety of the most popular disc brake pads or drum brake shoes on the market, no matter your driving style.

Find a NAPA AUTO PARTS location near you if you aren't comfortable doing the work yourself and speak with one of our qualified associates.

What Are Friction Brakes?

This is a catch-all term for brakes that use friction to slow a vehicle or wheel. They can often be divided into two types of brake: shoe brakes and pad brakes, which use a component that presses against a brake rotor or brake disc and creates thermal energy, which is dissipated as the wheel continues to spin.

Older vehicles almost universally used drum brakes that, when engaging the brake pedal push a set of brake shoes against the interior of a rotating brake drum and a wheel cylinder.

The drum is connected to the tire's hub with a steel backing plate for stability. As they compress, the energy is converted into heat, and the car stops. Drum brakes tend to wear out somewhat quickly, which can lead to overheating.

What are Disc Brakes?

Today most vehicles are equipped with disc brake systems. This brake configuration takes a brake caliper device and places it on the outside of a brake rotor attached to the wheel hub.

Then, like a drum brake, the driver activates the braking mechanism to squeeze the brake pads against the rotor, which scrubs speed, converting the energy into heat. Typically the more effectively a disc brake rotor can scrub heat, the more expensive it is.

Because the act of braking requires so much force, most friction brakes are equipped with a hydrologic system that powers the pistons inside the calipers. While there is no real distinction in most cars between the front and rear brake systems, smaller vehicles like motorcycles often do not have linked brakes and experience much greater stopping power from the front wheel.