SILVER (ADVANTAGE) BRAKE DRUMS
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Mill-balanced for proper rotor function, no extra weights are needed
- Drums are inspected for balance; resulting in smooth brake operation and noise reduction
- Quality validated for proper metallurgy and correct brake plate thickness
- Non-directional brake surface finish for consistent braking
- Some ACDelco Silver parts may have formerly appeared as ACDelco Advantage
ACDelco Silver (Advantage) Brake Drums are constructed with G3000 material for maximum service life. They are validated for balance to provide optimum braking performance. Chamfer angle, vane configuration, and plate thickness all follow the OE design. Also, no machining is required. ACDelco Silver (Advantage) Brake Drums are ready to be installed right out of the box. Some ACDelco Silver parts may have formerly appeared as ACDelco Advantage.
12 Month/Unlimited Mile Limited Warranty*: ACDelco offers a 12 month/Unlimited mile limited warranty on Silver (Advantage) Drums. Effective on parts purchased April 1, 2018 and later to the original retail purchaser. Contact seller for limited warranty part details, qualifications, and possible labor coverage.
Learn more about our warranties: https://www.acdelco.com/parts/warranties
Do I have to replace all my brake parts when replacing my brake drums?
No, you may not have to, but it is a good idea to inspect them for wear-out, cracking, leaking etc.
Does GM offer other grades of brake drums?
Yes, GM also offers GM Genuine Parts OE Brake Drums and ACDelco Gold (Professional) Brake Drums.
Do I have to replace my brake drums after a certain amount of time?
No, you may not have to, but while it is a good idea to inspect them at every tire rotation.
The following inspections and maintenance procedures can help prevent potential brake problems:
- Check brake fluid level at every oil change. Replace fluid according to owner's manual recommendations.
- Calipers and wheel cylinders should be checked every brake inspection and serviced or replaced as required.
- Inspect the brake lines for rust, punctures, or visible leaks (You may be able to do this, but consult a qualified technician if necessary).
The following should be conducted by a qualified technician:
- Inspection of the brake hoses for brittleness or cracking.
- Inspection of brake lining and pads for wear or contamination by brake fluid or grease.
- Inspection of wheel bearings and grease seals.
- Parking brake adjustments (as needed).