The company says Goodyear Brakes manufactures and distributes a full line of brake system solutions.
Goodyear says the full product line includes:
- Goodyear Brakes premium brake pads manufactured in the U.S. and specifically formulated to provide maximum stopping effectiveness, control and durability.
- Goodyear Brakes rotors that are CNC-machined to build performance, durability and safety into every rotor and feature a proprietary Antiox Max coating for rust and corrosion protection.
- Goodyear Brakes calipers that are built using exacting standards to match original equipment manufacturer (OEM) requirements, feature Antiox Max coating and come with the correct brackets and hardware to ensure a perfect installation. Goodyear Brakes calipers are remanufactured in North America, and a majority of that manufacturing process has returned to the U.S.
- Goodyear Brakes hardware accompanies every brake bundle.
“Goodyear Brakes provides all of the information and advice you need to plan your project, order your braking components and install your brakes at GoodyearBrakes.com. Whether you’re an accomplished mechanic or a do-it-yourselfer, you can now tackle your brake replacement with confidence backed by one of the most trusted automotive brands.”
The brake pads are manufactured in the U.S. using a proprietary green production process by a company with more than 50 years of experience in friction science, Goodyear says.
The Goodyear name will appear on a new line of brakes, to be manufactured in the U.S. by FDP Virginia Inc., a company that has been supplying original equipment manufacturers with brake products for more than 50 years. The initial launch is designed for the DIY channel, and products will be sold...
The line, which includes brake pads, calipers, rotors and brake bundles, is available at www.GoodyearBrakes.com. The company plans to open a Goodyear Brakes storefront on Amazon.com, and will sell the products on CarID. The GoodyearBrakes.com site features how-to videos to guide inexperienced installers through the process.