What is The Function Of Your Vehicles Brake Rotor?

In a Disc-Brake System, A Brake Rotor is attached to the axle, usually sliding over the lugs that also secure the wheel to the hub. They provide a contact surface for the brake pads, which, under load, generates friction, converts kinetic energy to heat, and slows down your vehicle to a completed stop. To get a better visualization of how the system works.

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