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 Auto Parts Zilla specializes in delivering discount Auto Parts to your door. We ship new and remanufactured auto parts for your Ford, Chevy and Dodge domestic vehicle. Import car parts for your Honda, Toyota and Nissan too. Deep discounts on OEM sensors, suspension and engine parts.
We are updating our technology at this time and will not be selling or filling any more orders at this time. Thank you

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  • Buy OEM replacment brake pads

Monroe® brake shoes are engineered to match OE specifications. The OE-quality design helps ensure vehicle stopping power and durable performance.

  • OE-style design helps eliminate chatter and rear wheel lock-up
  • Friction bonding requirements to vehicle application
  • Made from 100% new carbon steel
  • Includes pins and levers on most applications
  • Includes riveted coverage on most commercial applications


Monroe Brakes® Shoes meet or exceed Original Equipment specifications.

Everyday driving presents a variety of challenges. Whether you are dropping the kids off at school, heading to the grocery store, on your way to the big game or race, commuting to and from work, or taking the family on a cross-country vacation, Safety and Reliability is what you can expect from Akebono Ultra-Premium and Premium brake products and remanufactured loaded calipers.

Choose Akebono's advanced friction technology, which is approved more and more by the auto manufacturer's every year, in order to restore or upgrade your brake system performance to the ultimate level. Akebono's advanced friction is available in every Pro-ACT, EURO and Akebono Performance Ultra-Premium brake pad kit and remanufactured ProACT brake caliper that Akebono sells.

Akebono Brake Pads...

  • Are the OEM Brand of Choice
  • Will restore vehicle braking performance to its ideal and optimal specifications
  • Provide safe, quiet, clean and dependable braking
  • Utilizes Rotor Friendly pad formulations that prevent rotor thickness variation and pedal pulsation complaints

Technology for Safety and Comfort

Your expectation: clean, quiet, smooth, responsive and durable brakes that are safe in a range of weather conditions from rain, sleet, and snow to searing heat. Our mission: to exceed your expectations. That’s what our Research and Development laboratory in Morrisville, Pennsylvania is all about. First we innovate, developing each new brake formulation based on more than 40 years of experience. Then, we scrutinize and refine using Chase and Inertia dynamometer tests, as well as Teves and on-road assessments.

We rapidly simulate initial trials on the Chase dynamometer which tells us how consistent our brake formulation is under a wide range of temperatures and pressures. Once results are predictable, we move on to the strenuous Inertia dynamometer test, simulating the braking of a vehicle as if you were driving it for miles, and miles and miles. But unlike you, it can run 24 hours a day. Every day. So, we can simulate performance over the brakes’ lifetime in a compressed time period, and under precisely controlled conditions. And we don’t just simulate driving along quiet roads on a mild, spring day. We measure the results of that panic stop you might need to make when a car runs a red light and crosses your path. We mimic the effects of the sauna-like heat and humidity of a Texas summer. Stopping power and durability come first, but we also obsess about brake squeaks and groans as well as minimizing wheel dust from the brakes. So we tweak our formulations until the brakes meet our exact safety standards, sounds barely register, and wheels are virtually spotless.

Finally we evaluate brakes where it really counts, on the road. Most manufacturers breeze right by this step because it devours time and money. But because your safety and comfort is at stake, we assess our brakes in an extreme mountain drag test on the steep, tortuous roads surrounding Jennerstown, Pennsylvania. Brakes are tested again and again in complete and partial stops, including seven dead stops from a speed of 50 miles per hour down a 10 to 12 degree grade …….in neutral. When tests are complete, we calibrate wear and tear on brake linings and rotors so we fully understand our brakes’ capabilities. Then we install our brakes in vehicles across the United States. We listen to the drivers’ feedback. Not until they tell us they love our brakes, do we introduce them.

In addition, these advanced testing procedures coupled with our all encompassing concern for the environment have enabled us to jump ahead of the industry and create EcoStop, the first eco-friendly brakes.