The component in a disc brake system which is fitted with brake lining and clamped against the brake disc to cause friction.
The disc brake part that needs to be replaced periodically. Pads consisting of friction material are bonded to metal plates (sometimes called disc brakes).
The component which is pressed against the brake rotor in an automotive disc brake, comprising a layer of friction material mounted on a steel plate. Two are used per wheel, placed opposite each other in the caliper so that the brake rotor is squeezed between them.
Segment of friction material attached to each side of a brake caliper which clamps against the rotating disc when the pedal is pressed.
the block of material used to create friction on a rim or rotor so that you can stop.
a lining designed to encounter friction like an eraser at the end of a pencil
a pad made of friction material
The part of a brake system that presses against the braking surface and creates friction, slowing the bike.
The part of a disc brake system, which consists of the friction material and a metal backing plate.
Made of friction materials and bonded to metal plates. Brake pads need to be replaced occasionally due to heavy wear.
Used in a disc system, it is a replaceable piece of backing plate and additional friction lining.
The pad of friction material applied by the caliper to the disc, to slow or stop a vehicle.
A brake shoe and lining assembly used with disc brakes.