This study focuses on the friction and wear behaviors of reciprocatingly extruded Al-SiC composites. To increase the strength of metal matrix composites and refine the grains of the matrix some deformation processes can be applied, such as reciprocating extrusion (RE). For this reason, RE was carried out on a 6061 Al matrix by a SiC (20 mu m) reinforced composite one. The billets were extruded under a pressure of 17.5 MPa at 573 K with a 10:1 extrusion ratio. The reciprocating extrusions were carried out by using up to 15 passes.