Brake Conversion Facts Quiz
by Staff
There are many facts to consider before going through with a brake conversion. How knowledgeable are you on brake conversion facts? Take this quiz and find out!

What does a brake conversion involve?

  • Switching out drum brakes for disc brakes
  • Switching out disc brakes for drum brakes
  • Switch put brake pads for pistons

Why are disc brakes preferred over drum brakes?

  • Drum brakes are easily damaged
  • Drum brakes have less than optimal stopping power
  • Drum brakes need regular adjustments
  • All of the above

What factors complicate brake conversion?

  • Vehicle make
  • Vehicle model
  • Year of the vehicle
  • All of the above

What type of vehicle typically undergoes front brake conversion?

  • Older vehicles
  • Newer vehicles
  • Small vehicles
  • Large vehicles

What is the first step in removing drum brakes?

  • Removing wheel
  • Removing tires
  • All of the above

What is the final step after the brake conversion is complete?

  • Bleeding the brakes
  • Attaching the pistons
  • Cleaning the brake pads

What makes rear drum removal more difficult than front drum removal?

  • The size of the drums
  • The tightness of the lug nuts
  • The parking brake

What types of vehicles are disc brake conversion-kits geared toward?

  • High-performance cars
  • Cheap cars
  • Large cars

What do conversion kits cost?

  • Anywhere from $500 to $3,000
  • Anywhere from $3,000 to $5,000
  • Anywhere from $5,000 to $10,000

How are lower-end conversion kits different than high-end conversion kits?

  • Lower-end kits include flat rotors
  • Lower-end kits include slotted rotors
  • Nothing - they are the same