Baer Brakes is one of the big-dogs of stopping power. When it comes to bringing a couple thousand pounds of steel down from 120 miles per hour to zero, the company know what it takes to throw out the anchor. Baer’s brake parts are manufactured to the highest standards and that quality goes beyond just the utilitarian function of its brakes, as Baer makes its products works of art that also enhances the look of your car.
There’s a huge difference between a set of rusted steel calipers behind a nice wheel and a powdercoated and hand-filled Baer brake caliper. The Baer caliper complements the car and the build, where the rusted steel caliper detracts from the look of the car. It’s important for the brakes to work, but it’s also important that they look nice, and the Baer stoppers do both with ease.
The 30-second video above highlights Baer’s commitment to the quality look in its products. You may not have known before, but the Baer name, logo, and any wording that is colored on the exterior of the brake calipers is filled by hand at the company’s factory. Because these brake calipers are hand-filled and not machine-filled, the quality standard is much higher. The craftsman can catch any discrepancy in quality and repair or reject the part of necessary, the machine just fills the wording with paint and moves on without care.