The Fine Print
Price based on bringing your caliper into Safe R Brakes already removed from the vehicle. Additional cost for Safe R Brakes to remove and re-install the calipers $100 for two and $150 for four (incl GST).
Safe R Brakes will install a new set of hydraulic seals upon reassembly after powder coating. Any further reconditioning of the caliper that may be required will be at additional cost.
Safe R Brakes reserves the right to refuse to powder coat a caliper if it is in poor condition and in need of comprehensive overhaul.
Please note that Safe R Brakes thoroughly prepares each caliper and uses the best quality coatings. However, because of the harsh environment cali- pers operate in (heat, road dirt, stone impacts etc) no guarantee is provided as to the durability of the coating.
On receipt, Safe R Brakes will carefully strip the sensitive components out of the calipers and prepare the caliper for powder coating. This includes a thor- ough cleaning followed by shot blasting. Good preparation is key for a quality powder coating job.
The other key to a quality job is using the finest coating materials and technol- ogies. In this case the latest Industrial Grade powder coatings.
Please note that the calipers will be dismantled prior to preparation and coat- ing. Safe R Brakes will install a new set of hydraulic seals on reassembly and this is included in the price. Should further reconditioning of the caliper be re- quired then this will be at additional cost. Safe R Brakes reserves the right to refuse to powder coat a caliper if it is in poor condition and in need of compre- hensive overhaul.
Care and Maintenance
Brake calipers operate in a harsh environment. They are subject to a number of extremes such as brake heat, stone impacts and general road dirt. Safe R Brakes powder coated calipers should require no special care or attention.
However the following recommended care and cleaning programme will max- imise the life and appearance of your powder Coated Coloured calipers.
Keep clean and remove any loose deposits using with a wet sponge
Use a soft brush and a mild detergent to remove dust, dirt and any de-
posits on a regular basis
Do not use solvents such as thinners, petrol
Do not use abrasives such as steel wool, scrapers, scouring liquids
Immediately wipe up any brake fluid that may have got onto the caliper