Brake calipers are a commonly replaced component on high-mileage disc brake systems. As time and miles add up, calipers experience wear and corrosion – especially aluminum and steel caliper pistons, which may cause a piston to stick and the brake to drag. Caliper piston bores can become corroded, worn and pitted, which can also contribute to piston sticking and fluid leaks. Leaky piston seals can allow a dangerous loss of brake fluid, which can contaminate the brake pads and may even result in brake failure. We have large stock of reman products prepared to be exchanged instantly.