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  • CM780 Forward pull AL-KO caliper

    AL-KO Mechanical Disc Brake Caliper

    CM780 $85.00
    Add to cart In stock
  • Left hand Hydraulic Caliper Brake Handle

    Trojan LH Hydraulic Caliper Park Brake – 993432

    993432 $130.00
    Add to cart 11 in stock
  • Right hand Hydraulic Caliper Brake Handle

    Trojan RH Hydraulic Caliper Park Brake – 993434

    993434 $130.00
    Add to cart 8 in stock
  • AL-KO hydraulic caliper

    AL-KO Hydraulic Dacromet Disc Caliper – 341000

    341000 $160.00
    Add to cart 25 in stock
  • trojan dacroment caliper

    Dacromet Trojan Hydraulic Disc Caliper – 993481

    993481 $160.00
    Add to cart 18 in stock
  • 2t al-ko forward pull caliper caliper

    2t Mechanical Disc Brake Caliper

    CM780-2 $185.00
    Add to cart In stock
  • AL-KO Hydraulic Dacromet Disc Caliper

    AL-KO Stainless Hydraulic Disc Caliper – 341050

    341050 $320.00
    Add to cart 21 in stock
  • Stainless Trojan CAliper

    Stainless Trojan Hydraulic Disc Caliper – 993483

    993483 $320.00
    Add to cart 8 in stock
  • Trojan PT10098 disc caliper to suit 11mm disc rotor

    Trojan Hydraulic Disc Caliper MK5 – 10098

    PT10098 $325.00
    Add to cart 2 in stock

Caliper Parts and Spares

Caliper parts at Couplemate include every conceivable caliper-based disk brake spare part you’ll need.

There are two types of vehicle brake systems that use calipers.

Mechanical disc brakes that require disc pads to transfer the braking force to the disc rotors.

Mechanical drum brakes

Hydraulic disc brakes require brake pads and an electric brake controller in conjunction with a brake actuator.

Mechanical Trailer Brakes At Couplemate

Our trailer brake components are designed to suit both mechanical disc brakes as well as hydraulic disc brakes. We also make stainless caliper brake piston parts exclusively for Al-ko and Trojan parts, including our exclusive 316 stainless pistons.

Maybe you service your brake calipers—whether they are mechanical or hydraulic. However, unless you do this regularly, they often perform poorly. Our job is to get them functioning like new—this is not as hard as you think.

Firstly, understand that your slides are 316 grade stainless, and do not need grease. Furthermore, if you grease them, this only attracts dirt. Next, pull those pistons out of their housing, and replace them with new seals with stainless pistons. Get yourself a G-Clamp for pushing those pistons back when installing new pads.

Use copper washers on all hydraulic connections. Copper washers help stop hydraulic leaks and maintains hydraulic pressure, thus providing effective braking to disc rotors.

Caliper replacement brake parts for mechanical and hydraulic disc brakes can be quite challenging to find. Couplemate only stocks Al-ko® and Trojan® brands. We can usually Express Post them to you within 24 hours.