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disc brake

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Definition of disc brake in English:

noun

A type of vehicle brake employing the friction of pads against a disc which is attached to the wheel.
Example sentences
  • In addition, the plant produces corner modules, disc brake calipers, drum brakes and wheel cylinders.
  • This has in turn brought about an increase in wheel size, to get the larger disc brake and its calliper inside the wheel rim.
  • The hydraulic disc brake features a one-piece forged caliper, an opposed two-piston design and a center lock system.

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