For many classic car owners, one of the biggest drawbacks of a classic car is that these vehicles do not come equipped with air conditioning. This lack of a cabin cooling system can be especially problematic for individuals who enjoy taking their vehicle out on the road rather than simply displaying it at local car shows or as part of a private collection. The good news is, that while these vehicles may not originally come equipped with an air conditioning system, it is often possible to install an AC in a classic car.
If you need to repair the brakes on your vehicle, using the correct parts is essential to ensuring the system will function properly when the work is complete. Starting with the best brake parts your budget will allow is vital, and taking the time to do the job correctly will ensure the brakes perform as designed.
Most newer cars and trucks use disc brake systems on the front wheels to provide most of the braking force.