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Corrosion begins immediately after the installation of calipers on your vehicle. Snow, rain, ice and salt accelerate that corrosion. Over time and mileage, rust and corrosion on your calipers can affect your brake system from operating effectively. To combat the effects of corrosion on your brake system, Raybestos recently introduced RPT Rust Prevention Technology™ plated calipers.
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Problems Caused by Corrosion on Calipers:
1.) Outboard side of the Caliper: Corrosion on and around the bleeder screw can result in the screw binding to the caliper. This makes the screw difficult to remove or even cause it to snap during removal.
2.) Inboard side of the Caliper: Corrosion surrounding the piston and its seal can cause the piston to bind to the caliper body. This binding condition affects the ability of the piston to cycle back and forth and release the brake pads.
3.) Caliper Bracket: When caliper guide pins become corroded, it can cause the pins to bind to the slides. This binding condition affects the ability of your brake pads to make proper contact with the rotor, resulting in uneven pad wear.
Additionally, corrosion builds up on the edges of the pads, on the abutment clips and the area under the abutment clips, which can cause the pad to bind to the caliper bracket. This affects the ability of the pads to move freely within the caliper housing and make proper contact with the rotor. This may result in a variety of issues, including brake pull, premature wear and brake noise.
Plated Calipers Discussion:
Raybestos RPT Rust Prevention Technology plated calipers are coated with a zinc electroplating on all cast iron housings and brackets. This helps to protect your caliper and your brake system as a whole from the damaging effects of rust and corrosion we just discussed.
1.) Zinc Coating on Outboard Side of the Caliper: The areas around the bleeder screw are coated with our zinc plating. This prevents corrosion in these areas, making it easy to remove during servicing.
2.) Zinc Coating on Inboard Side of the Caliper: The rims of the piston bore and all sealing surfaces are plated to prevent rust from undercutting the sealing surface. This protects the piston from binding to the caliper body.
3.) Zinc Coating on Caliper Bracket: The entire caliper bracket is coated with our zinc plating. This protects against corrosion and prevents brake pads from binding to the caliper bracket.
Finally, pre-lubricated slide pins and new rubber components help keep your guide pins sliding freely.