Braking Disc Aimco 3257 Oe43512-35190

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Certification:ECE

Type:Brake Discs

Material:Non-Asbestos

Position:Front

Export Markets:Global

Product Description

Brake disc 
Standard: E-MARK 
Origin: China 
Features: 
1) Hardness: 180-240HB 
2) Long service life 
3) 100% crucial dimension inspection 
4) 100% qualification 
5) Low noise 
Standard for casting is G3000. Standard for machining is SAE-J431. 
We use AIMCO# and OEM# and right now we have more than 1, 900 items that can be supplied to the aftermarket 

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Q:I would like to ask which book can check the motorcycle with the brake system model?
The Internet search a search out. Do not go to other, on the hundreds of search have the answer
Q:What is the meaning of the brake of two wheels?
Brake is the meaning of the brakes.
Q:How do you bleed motorcycle brakes?
First of all, what is the make, model and year of your bike? When you say the reservoir is full, are you talking about the one on the handlbars? Or the one located behind the brake pedal under your right foot? Are you using a hand pump to bleed the brakes or a Mityvac style bleeder that attaches to a compressed air hose? If using a hand pump, are you sure you've got it hooked up correctly to your brake system so that you're sucking fluid down from the reservoir, not blowing air up into the reservoir? Do you have the cover off the reservoir while you're trying to pump fluid?
Q:How do I adjust the brakes on the motorcycle?
Motorcycle hydraulic disc brake is not tune, because the whole system is not a adjustment screw. Cause the brakes are particularly tight reasons are: brake hydraulic piston card does not have the resilience or brake the master cylinder plunger card, to solve only the replacement.
Q:Asked pedal motorcycle brake system why should this design?
Practice more is such a design you can also do a special order
Q:Why are my new front motorcycle brake pads squeaking?
Are you certain that you have replaced them with pads compatible with the discs (rotors)? I have a feeling that the blue or brown marks are caused by heat created by a mis-match, although it could be some form of contamination. Brake dust ground off during braking collects on the disc and can cause squealing, give the whole area a good clean with a clutch and brake cleaner. It used to be the case that brake pads were fitted with a generous dab of copper grease at the back (piston-facing) of the pad, but I believe that is no longer necessary, I haven't needed to do that for many years, the copper grease was to reduce squealing.
Q:whats wrong with my motorcycle brakes?
I can't believe that people still use their front brakes. I know that all of your stopping power comes from the front, I just don't use the front brake unless I am burning a few hundred miles off my back tire. Then again, I learned to ride on a 68 Trumpet and the front brake on it worked just like drum brakes on bikes are supposed to...it didn't
Q:Pedal motorcycle downhill brake failure how to do
According to road conditions and speed control a good direction, from the high-speed gear, while quickly H-foot empty oil, high-speed block into the low speed block. In this way, the engine will have a lot of traction resistance to speed quickly reduced. In addition, in the low speed at the same time, should be combined with the use of handbrake, but pay attention to handbrake can not be tightened, can not pull too slow. If the pull too tight, easy to make the brake disc "lock", it is likely to damage the transmission parts and the loss of braking capacity; if pulled too slow, will make the brake disc wear and tear and loss of braking.
Q:What are the precautions for the novice riding a motorcycle?
Hello, the novice to open the motorcycle is best in accordance with the requirements of the driving school coach to standardize the operation, bring helmets, to comply with traffic laws and regulations. In addition, the new car speed should not exceed 60% of the design speed in accordance with the maintenance manual for routine maintenance of vehicles.
Q:motorcycle brake question?
If you are not confident to fix it, get a professional It might be that you can lubricate the lever pivot, or the pistons on the pad or the handle, if they are stiff or corroded. Or disassemble them and clean them and polish them with fine sandpaper if required and reassemble them with some lubricant. Don't get grease on the pads (though it will burn off quite quickly). You bleed hydraulic lines if they have air in them - that makes the brakes squishy, not stiff. Changing the pads (the braking surface) would not help, though if the back is corroded and sticking it may help. I forget how the pads are assembled; it's been a while since I changed mine.

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