SUMMER
SUPER SAVINGS

• 10% OFF ON BRAKE PADS

Goodyear Brake Pads

NEED TO REPLACE YOUR BRAKES?

CLICK THE GOODYEAR BRAKE FINDER BELOW TO FIND YOUR PERFECT BRAKES.

INSTALL YOURSELF OR SEND THEM TO A TRUSTED SHOP OF YOUR CHOOSING.

FIND THE RIGHT GOODYEAR BRAKE PRODUCT FOR YOUR VEHICLE

Lifetime Limited Warranty Icon

LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY

Towing Camper

Provides Maximum
Performance

Provides maximum braking performance on towing, heavy hauling, and frequent braking applications. Goodyear brake pads are the best choice for severe duty applications.

Goodyear Brake Pads

Premium
Formulations

Premium formulations provide extra-long lining life, supreme thermal stability and performance in high heat situations. Goodyear brake pads are Made In The USA.

Foot on Brake Pedal

Real-World
Tested

Tested under real-world conditions to verify superior stopping performance and pad life. Pads have a powder coated backing plate for maximum rust and corrosion protection.

Goodyear Brakes Box with Clips

Hardware
Included

What’s in the box? All the necessary hardware, mounting brackets, included where required to complete the job along with your vehicle specific Goodyear brake pads.

SHOP OUR SUMMER SUPER SAVINGS
• 10% OFF BRAKE PADS

  • Every Goodyear Brakes brake pad receives a vehicle specific formulation providing premium stopping effectiveness, control and durability
  • The brake pads have patented Vulcan Braid Shim technology to eliminate noise and feature both slots and chamfers that reduce noise vibration and brake fade
  • Goodyear Brakes brake pads feature stable friction performance against wide temperature ranges

Go with the brand you know. Go with Goodyear Brakes.

Goodyear Brake Pad Features

ABOUT OUR BRAKE PADS

  • VEHICLE AND APPLICATION SPECIFIC FORMULATIONS provide premium stopping effectiveness, control and durability
  • SLOTS AND CHAMFERS Match OE specifications to reduce noise, vibration and brake fade
  • PATENTED VULCAN BRAID SHIM TECHNOLOGY to eliminate noise
  • POWDER COATED BACKING PLATES for maximum corrosion protection
  • PREMIUM HARDWARE KITS are included, where required
  • MADE IN THE USA. Goodyear brake pads are made in the USA

GOOD GUIDANCE

At Goodyear Brakes, we have a selection of helpful How To Videos regarding car & truck braking systems:  brake pads, brakes, rotors, calipers and installation.

Do you have a question?
Visit our FAQ section, check out Good Guidance or send us an email!

Goodyear Brakes Tools and Safety
Blog

Tools and Safety Tips

With proper care and attention to detail, a brake job on most any vehicle is still well within the skill set of the average do-it-yourselfer or hobbyist. Here are some tips on tools and safety you can use to confidently and capably perform your brake service yourself from Goodyear Brakes.

Read More »
Installing the rotor
Blog

How To Change Your Brakes

Changing your brakes is no easy task. Your car features an intricate braking system. A whole range of components work in tandem to ensure that you stop safely and on time when you hit the brakes.

Read More »
Blog

Ten Helpful Tips

Here are ten helpful tips when changing or installing your Goodyear Brakes. You will find guidance on choosing the correct brakes, cleaning and lubricating tips, caliper and rotor removal advice and more.

Read More »

SELECT YOUR VEHICLE

GOODYEAR BRAKE PADS GUARANTEE

Goodyear Brakes warrants its pads and rotors to be free from manufacturing defects in materials or workmanship for 2 years from the purchase date or 24,000 miles of use, whichever occurs first.  The product, when properly installed in the type of vehicle prescribed, and in which a material or workmanship defect is found, will be exchanged free of charge if returned to the seller who is authorized to service this warranty. Goodyear Brakes is not responsible for its products when they are subjected to misuse, abuse, improper application, improper installation, or accident.  Normal brake pad and rotor wear is not covered by this warranty.

How Do Brakes Work

When your vehicle’s wheels are in motion, it’s called kinetic energy. The brake system is responsible for turning kinetic energy into heat energy using friction applied indirectly to the wheels.

Read More »