Workshop manuals from Toyota state ‘lithium soap based glycol grease’ to be used on sliding caliper pins. ProSlip PIN conforms to this specification. Mercedes also specify this type of grease.
‘High temperature’ ‘synthetic’ ‘rubber compatible’ ‘metal free’ ‘ceramic’ – if your brake grease is not recommended by two of the worlds largest car manufacturers there must be a reason. ProSlip PIN is OEM Toyota and Mercedes beacuse it is engineered just for caliper pins.
ProSlip Brake Lubrication Kit
Caliper Pin , Brake Pad and Brake Clip lubricants.
Three Lube Points = Three Different Lubes
Lubricant for Caliper Pins, Pads and Clips – 3 x 40g tubes – not available as single tubes made by Shell and Dow. Enough for several pad changes and flip top lids means nothing to roll under the car
- Formula is OEM Toyota and Mercedes
- Very low friction grease to allow caliper micro movements
- Prevents fretting corrosion
- Rubber compatible, high temperature, synthetic glycol
- MOD approved
Fretting corrosion on a Nissan X-Trail caliper pin
ProSlip PIN – the ONLY caliper pin lubricant which prevents fretting corrosion
Use our high quality lubricants to optimise the braking performance of your vehicle
Price £12.95 – free delivery to UK
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Watch the video to find out how to lubricate the piston seal. This is important as the seal retracts the piston after braking.
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Useful info on the do’s and don’ts of brake lubrication -Why should I lube the piston seal? What causes brake seizure? why copper grease is not recommended? what is fretting corrosion? should I grease the bolts?
Currently topics include – twin caliper pistons, salt on the roads, lubricating the piston seal,when to change your caliper.
Is your Brake Grease Slowing you Down?
Most cars suffer ‘Brake Drag’ as the caliper continues to grip the disc after braking. The cause is Improper lubrication of the caliper pin and clips.
Correctly applied ProSlip eliminates Brake Drag and so improves fuel consumption, acceleration and reduces emissions.