Zimmermann Brakes have found their way into the wheelhouses of many highly-regard cars, and you should consider them to be in yours. If you drive a European car, you very well may be using Zimmermann Brakes every time you step on the pedal. Zimmermann Brakes are made from high strength materials for heat resistance and long life. You can also find stock, OEM replacement Zimmermann Brakes if you just want a factory-style brake job. Zimmermann Brakes outperform many manufacturer's high-performance brakes, and they've been on the market for over 50 years, so you can rest assured you're getting quality brakes from a company who will stand behind them.
The Zimmermann Brake Disc offers high-performance enthusiasts a new take on cross-drilled rotors. If you've had problems with excessive pad wear on previous drilled rotor installations, you'll want the beveled hole introduced by the Zimmermann Brake Disc that prevents sharp edges from tearing up your pads. You get better rotor cooling with a Zimmermann Brake Disc, since the bevel makes the hole diameter effectively larger at the disc surface. Plus, your pads will last more than a few thousand miles. The design has been street and track proven and is available as an exact replacement for factory rotors on many applications.
Zimmermann Cross Drilled Rotors do a better job of dissipating heat and gases from your breaks. Zimmermann Cross Drilled Rotors have carefully machined holes, strategically placed across their surface that allow air to flow through the actual surface of the brake disc. That results in huge improvements in cooling, and a resulting reduction in brake fade. These rotors also allow dust and gases that build up on the rotor surface to escape, instead of ruining your brake operation. These cross drilled rotors run cooler, stop better, reduce fade, and dissipate dust more effectively. Heated-treated steels and precise machining mans you're getting premium brake components all the way around. And, they also have a smaller diameter wear hole in the ventilation hole system to. When you can no longer see the smaller wear hole, you know the rotors have reached their maximum thickness and need to be replaced. Chamfered holes make Zimmermann run cooler and brake pads last longer. Used behind the wheels of high performance vehicles, you know Zimmermann rotors will give your vehicle the best it can have in breaking power.
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