Mitsubishi Shogun/Shogun Sport Brake Pads
Mitsubishi Shogun and Shogun Sport Brake Pads
Worn brakes can become ineffective and dangerous, increasing the stopping distance of your vehicle. Therefore brake pads should always be replaced at regular intervals. Here at Milner Off Road, we stock some of the very best Mitsubishi L200 brake pads at great prices - with same day dispatch if you order before 3pm. Keep your vehicle safe with a set of brand new brake pads for your Shogun.
Brake pads are one of the most important parts of a vehicle's brake system, alongside the brake disc and brake caliper. Failure to properly maintain your vehicle's brakes can lead to increased stopping distances, failure of MOT, and even the possibility of collisions and prosecution. Brake pads will wear as time goes on and become less effective, so it’s always important to ensure that you check them regularly. The amount of time that a set of brake pads lasts depends on a number of factors including driving style, miles covered, and the driving environment that they’ve been exposed to. As a general rule, brake pads should be replaced after every 50,000 miles or so, but it all depends on the factors listed above - some may last half that, some may last twice that - so it’s always important to check them, or get a qualified mechanic to check them for you. It’s really not worth taking any risks when it comes to brake pads, so if you have any doubts, make sure that you replace your Mitsubishi Shogun brake pads as soon as possible.
If your Mitsubishi Shogun is making any of the following noises when you press the brakes, it's very likely that you need a new set.