Automotive Brake Tools
Eastwood Brake Tool Supplies
Sweet body panels and a powerful engine are what almost everyone thinks about when building their dream ride. But without a good set of brakes, that dream can quickly turn into a nightmare. Our automotive brake tools are designed for maneuvering around these areas so your left foot has the ability to keep your right foot in check. Shop at Eastwood if you're repairing the brakes on your commuter, installing modern disc brakes on a muscle car, upgrading brake systems to go with an engine rebuild or other stopping tasks.
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Hand Tools for Brake Jobs
Dozens of parts and accessories are available online or in-store for fixing up your brakes. A soft pedal can often be fixed by removing excess air from the lines, and with our brake bleeders, you can do this by yourself without wasting fluid. Brake cleaners, brake pad spreaders, spring pliers and fluid catch bottles are often enough for basic maintenance. If you're making your own brake lines, you will need tubing benders, straighteners, flaring tools and other forming tools to work them around the suspension and frame.
Brake Tool Kits
Get all the equipment and accessories you need in one package with a car brake tool kit from Fairmount Tools, ATD Tools, Silverline or our experts. We have disc brake caliper sets for everyday service, mounting hardware sets for different size brake lines, hand pump kits to transfer or remove fluid and complete brake line fabrication kits for those new to the garage. A kit is great for installing brake systems from scratch or replacing the existing parts.
The Power to Stop in Time
No matter how fast you go, eventually you need to stop. Our brake parts and brake repair tools are the best ones available to control the speed and torque of modern cars. Call or email us for tech advice if you're having trouble pulling off old drums, forming brake lines or getting the fittings on tight. We've been dedicated to DIY automotive solutions since 1978.