Brake Pads for TOYOTA D1212 auto parts OEM

Ref Price:
Loading Port:
Payment Terms:
Min Order Qty:
100 set
Supply Capability:
50000 set/month

OKorder Service Pledge

Quality Product

Order On-line Tracking

Timely Delivery

OKorder Service Pledge

Credit Rating

Credit Services

Credit Purchasing

Share to:

Product Description:

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:1.Box packing:Our brand box or yours. 2.Outer packing: ten sets of brake pads in one carton box.
Delivery Detail:30days after receive deposit payment.


Bull Brake has four different types of brake pads that are semi-metallic,ceramic,taxi and scorched brake pads



Send a message to us:

Remaining: 4000 characters

- Self introduction

- Required specifications

- Inquire about price/MOQ

Q:motorcycle brake on a curve?
neither Never brake on a curve even slightly hitting the brake breaks the bond between the road and the tyre you are not reading the bend right you need to study the Convergence of a bend and read the ROAD-CRAFT Manual. you do all your braking and gear changing in the straight-line before the bend then use the bikes throttle to maintain a neutral throttle through the bend to the apex then you accelerate. If the bend is Tightening up (closing in) you release ( Close) the throttle if the bend opens up you open the throttle. If you are still going in to quick.. you counter steer and then Don't do it again.. If you do brake on a bend then it's equal both wheels and keep the throttle open and stand the bike upright straight line and expect the likely hood of falling off And anyone even so called EXPERTS who say Yeah man ya hit it like this! is talking real crap, the only control you have that is effective in the bend is the throttle so all you can really do in an emergency is panic brake and bring the bike upright to stop in a straight line!! EDIT!!!!! for all of you promoting braking on curve/bend.. Last night a guy leaving a local haunt did exaclty what you all have suggested..... an experienced rider WHO didn't know how to read a bend and braked on the bend.....! disaster bike burning and the police closed the road for hours... make your own conclusions....
Q:What's wrong with my motorcycle brakes?
when it's in gear with the clutch engaged - this is normal I'm not sure if it's my front or rear brake - if your bike doesn't have a center stand put it up on a milk crate to find out if the prob is frt or r brake. result? U don't mention any noises before this happened, but I'd suspect something became loose or broken/worn and is binding.
Q:Electric cars and motorcycles
The benefits of electric cars: will not pollute the environment, save money no noise!
Q:Who can solve the motorcycle wheel brake problem?
Replacement of the brake pads on the ok!
Q:There are a lot of problems on the motorcycle, I hope you can help me tell me
You think it is cutting-edge technology equipment ah, today's products with scrap iron is not much difference. It is not necessary to pay attention.
Q:Bicycle brake system: V brake or a good brakes?
disc brakes or V brake of the choice itself we recommend the customer from the use of the perspective from their own budget
Q:Motorcycle Brake Light Stays On?
The plastic housing on those rear brake switches tend to wear a bit and start sticking. Clean, adjust and give it a shot of lube such as WD-40.
Q:Do motorcycles brake better than cars?
Road 0-100-0 time for the bike is faster than 0-100 time for any of the cars. Stopping distance for the motorcycle is 31 feet shorter than any of the cars.
Q:There are several motorcycle brake system? What are the advantages?
Drum brake disc brake two kinds of drum-type advantage is the technology mature friction area large waterproof and dustproof function is better. The disadvantage is that the control part of the need for frequent debugging
Q:Can I use Large Medical syringes for my motorcycles brake/clutch resorvoirs?
There's all different kinds of plastics and each has its own properties. As ? said, the brake fluid may react adversely and you end up spilling fluid all over your tank. For taking it out it may work ok as a one shot deal, but there's no way I'd use one to fill the reservoir. Brake fluid will cause ordinary rubber to swell up a considerable amount and a plastic syringe has a rubber tip on the plunger. I could just see you sucking the syringe full of new fluid, the rubber tip swells and in an attempt to put the fluid in the reservoir, you squeeze, squeeze, squeeze and all of a sudden it sprays fluid all over everything. If you wish to use a syringe, an all glass one like used in laboratories would work.

1. Manufacturer Overview

Year Established
Annual Output Value
Main Markets
Company Certifications

2. Manufacturer Certificates

a) Certification Name  
Validity Period  

3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port
Export Percentage
No.of Employees in Trade Department
Language Spoken:
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size:
No. of Production Lines
Contract Manufacturing
Product Price Range