December 19, 2016
The Drum-in-Hat Parking Brake is a complete mechanical system that bypasses the hydraulic braking system to stop the car in an emergency or keep it in place when parked.
Wear Sensor Sell Sheet
Carlson Brake Pad Electric Wear Sensor features:
- Expanded Coverage – 98% of All Domestic and Import Makes
- Engineered and Tested for Optimal Performance
- OE Fit and Function
- Over 10 Million Vehicles Covered
Brake Lines/Copper Nickel Tubing Sell Sheet
Carlson Copper Nickel Tubing provides unparalleled flexibility to accommodate any repair while supplying strength and durability for the life of the vehicle.
March 25, 2016
Caliper Mounting Bolts Sell Sheet
Introducing a new product line to the aftermarket! Carlson Quality Brake Parts Caliper Mounting Bolts cover over 150 million vehicles
July 2, 2014
DRT Sell Sheet
Carlson Quality Brake Parts is excited to introduce Drag Reduction Technology (DRT), our newest addition to innovative brake hardware solutions. DRT features a unique design that reduces undesirable brake drag that can lead to improper wear, increased noise levels, decreased brake pad life, and reduced gas mileage. DRT is affordable and easy to install…
DRT Application Guide
Carlson Quality Brake Parts is excited to introduce Drag Reduction Technology (DRT), our newest addition to innovative brake hardware solutions. DRT features a unique design that reduces undesirable brake drag that can lead to improper wear, increased noise levels, decreased brake pad life, and reduced gas mileage. DRT is an affordable and easy to install product, expertly designed to improve your customers’ vehicle drivability, wear, and efficiency!
November 27, 2013
CARLSON SELL SHEETS
View or download our latest product bulletins that highlight the advantages of Carlson Quality Brake Hardware and our comprehensive coverage.
Low Frequency Damper Sell Sheet
The Low Frequency Damper by Carlson Quality Brake Parts incorporates a silicone spring effective in reducing low-frequency brake noise – the moan and squeal noises that typically come from the front and rear disc brakes when soft braking at low speeds.
June 26, 2013
Carlson Tech Notes, Issue 1
BRAKE HARDWARE EDITION
Old, worn out brake hardware contributes to pad and rotor wear, requiring the need to replace parts sooner. Additionally, it prevents brake systems from operating at optimal levels. Replacing old brake hardware with Carlson Brake Hardware helps to keep brake systems working efficiently by: