Synthetic Brake and Caliper Grease
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CRC Synthetic Brake and Caliper Grease

Part No. 05352 Warranty  
This synthetic grease prevents caliper binding, vibration and corrosion and is formulated from proprietary bases, extreme-pressure additives, molybdenum disulfide (moly), graphite and PTFE. Unlike silicone-based brake greases, CRC Synthetic Caliper Grease will not damage rubber or plastic components. Will not freeze, melt or wash-out.

Product Features:
  • Extreme temperature range of -30°F to 600°F allows for a wide range of applications
  • Use on every brake job to promote optimum braking efficiency, even pad wear and extended brake life
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Container/Package Size:0.5 c.c.
Container/Package Type:2 Carded Packets

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CRCSynthetic Brake and Caliper Grease
 
4.0

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5.0

Great price and quality

By Blades

from Macomb, MI

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Pros

  • Can Withstand Use
  • Easy To Use
  • Reliable
  • Synthetic

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Automotive Repair Shop
  • Clean And Adjust
  • Home Garage

Comments about CRC Synthetic Brake and Caliper Grease:

Great price. Only use synthetic.

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3.0

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By Sereno011

from Albany, NY

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Pros

  • Easy To Use

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Automotive Repair Shop
    • Home Garage
    • Upkeep

    Comments about CRC Synthetic Brake and Caliper Grease:

    Contains 2 packets totaling 1/3 oz (9.47g). Pricey for what you get but it is what it is.

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    • Q:

      This is a stupid question, but does the brake grease in the new brake pad kit get applied to just the Caliper slide bushings?
      Asked on 8/21/2012 by Mike from Punta Gorda, Fl

      1 answer

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        A:

        Don't ever put lubricant on the rotors or the insides of the pads where they contact the rotors. This will kill your brakes and cause you major problems on the road. Lubricate the few small screws on top and bottom of the caliper that hold it in place. The bushing that moves the caliper itself back and forth should be properly lubricated. If not, it can freeze up and fail to disengage the brakes properly. This will affect your gas mileage and cause excess wear on your brakes. Where the caliper rides on the frame along the rotor, you may find some wear marks. Lightly sand those with a grinder and coat with lubricant. Anywhere metal slides along metal -- such as where the pads slide inside the caliper housing -- should be lubricated. Again, always use dry film lubricant, except in places where the lube might contact rubber or plastic seals. For any further assistance, please visit your nearest Advance Auto store or call us directly at 1-877-ADVANCE (238-2623) and one of our representatives there would be more than happy to assist you.

        Answered on 8/22/2012 by Vincent from AAP
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