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Old 04-25-2019, 08:12 AM   #1
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Default Enjoy superior braking with NRS Galvanized Brake Pads on!


NRS Brakes is the most innovative pads that are designed to improve the safety of your car and extend the service period of your brake components. Recently they've launched a completely new line of Galvanized Brake Pads that feature mechanically attached friction on a galvanized steel backing plate.

The majority of aftermarket brake pads today use steel back-plates that are already susceptible to corrosion and rust. NRS is a process of the surface modification of disc brake backing plates that involves adding a consistent matrix of raised steel hooks that facilitate a mechanical bond between the backing plate and friction materials.

NRS Brakes® - Galvanized Brake Pads


- Corrosion resistance superior to powder coating
- Longer product life: Galvanized steel will outlast the friction material
- Fit and function is improved, reduced returns, noise benefits
- Premium product that matches OE
- Ensures optimal performance over time
- Perfect for harsh environments like braking
- The zinc coating forms its own oxide coating over time, further protecting steel from corrosion
- 100% copper free and asbestos free
- Environmentally friendly, 100% recyclable.


NRS Brakes™ | Galvanized Brake Pads — CARiD.com

To avoid becoming part of the brake-failure-accidents statistics, make sure that your brake pads won't let you down - install a set of new NRS Galvanized Brake Pads.

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