One can purchase brake discs from a variety of stores. Stores such as AutoAnything, eBay, GSF Car Parts, Auto Parts Warehouse, and Walmart sell brake discs.
Depends on what kind of "discs" you're referring to... (compact discs? brake discs?)
I only changed the front disc brakes, changed the discs and the pads for about $160 CAN, and I changed them myself so that was simply the price for the discs and pads.
there are brake shoes in the discs too . just remove the discs and you will see them. they are applied by a cable.
NO! No...no...no...! Do not put any grease on your brake discs, copper grease is used to put on the 'back' of the brake pads (not the part of the pad that comes into contact with the disc).
There are about 26 discs in an average person.=)
The caliper might be sticking
Only if they are defective.
to put the squeeze on your rear discs
Typically integral parking brakes are on rear disc braking systems. By activating the parking brake it adjusts the discs on the rear brakes. While the front discs are self adjusting, on the integral systems the rear discs are not self adjusting, thus the need for the integral parking brake system.
The friction of braking makes brake drums and discs very hot.
replace front brake discs and pads.