Tire Master Service Center is Columbus's Brake Shop for High-Performance Vehicles
Come to Tire Master Service Center in Columbus to get high-performance brakes that stop with authority every time regardless of road conditions. We have organic, ceramic, and metallic replacement brake pads with applications ranging from daily driving to track racing to off-roading. Talk with the expert mechanics at Tire Master Service Center to determine which type of brake pad is best for your driving style and application. Upgrade to high-performance rotors, calipers, master cylinders, and brake fluids the next time you have your brakes serviced at Tire Master Service Center in Columbus.
Talk To Tire Master Service Center About High-Performance Brake Service Upgrades:
Get a master cylinder on steroids by adding a brake booster installed by the expert mechanics at Tire Master Service Center. Reduce the amount of pedal pressure needed for braking with higher hydraulic pressure and lower force applied on the brake pedal.
Drum to Disc Conversion
You love your classic car but let's face it, those old drums make stopping hazardous. For restoration enthusiasts, the mechanics at Tire Master Service Center specialize in 15-inch wheel drum to disc conversion that maintains the original manufacturer aesthetics. Get a complete brake system that includes 11-inch drilled and slotted rotors, single-piston cast calipers, stock or drop spindles, and a master cylinder with brake booster when you do your drum to disc conversion at Tire Master Service Center.
Love a good smokey burnout? Let your rear wheels spin aggressively without wasting your rear brake pads. Get your line lock installed by the auto repair experts at Tire Master Service Center in Columbus. Allow your front brakes to lock independently of the rear brakes with just the flip of a simple switch.
Metal Brake Pads
Performance-driven drivers prefer the metallic brake pads because they tolerate a much wider range of temperatures and track conditions. Metal brake pads are excellent conductors of heat making them able to withstand more heat without debonding while also cooling back down rapidly.
Terry wright, 10/21/2022