s are the major component of car's braking system; the brake disc sits on the wheel hub and slows the vehicle down when the brakes are applied through the use of friction. Your brake pads 'grab' onto either side of the brake discs through the application of a hydraulic piston. This reduces the speed of the vehicle and allows it to come to a safe stop.Although made of high tensile steel, Skoda brake discs can become worn or pitted over time, and will eventually need replacing. A worn Skoda brake disc can produce inefficient braking results, so it is important to check your brake discs regularly. At Euro Car Parts we have an excellent range of quality brake discs from the leading brands in the UK like Pagid, Bosch, Eicher plus many more. To see what Skoda Brake Discs we stock, just enter your vehicle details in our Fast Finder and this will then display what stock is available today or alternatively call one of our friendly expert advisors for further details or assistance.
Brake discs are an essential part of a disc braking system. They consist of metal rotors attached to your wheels that provide a surface for brake pads to squeeze onto. When this friction is applied, it helps to slow your car down quickly and safely.
As they’re such an important part of your car’s braking system, brake discs are heavy-duty pieces of kit that should last for years given the proper care, and your brake pads should wear out well before the discs.
However, corrosion can take its toll over time, and brake discs can become dented and warped. If your car shudders when you apply the brakes, it’s often a sign that you need to get your brake discs replaced.
At Euro Car Parts, we stock a huge array of brake discs for all different kinds of cars. With stock from some of the world’s best braking system manufacturers, trust us to supply brake discs that are built to last.
Please Note :
You have selected Quantity 1 x Brake Disc . Brake discs are recommended to always be changed in pairs. Therefore it is recommended that you select Quantity x 2 . If your vehicle has specific Brake Discs for each side (e.g. some BMW M3 vehicles), please check the specification and select the correct Brake Disc(s) and Quantity.