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Auto spare parts HT250 casting trailer and truck brake disc brake disc for truck trailer

1.Truck brake disc nodular graphite iron casting.

2.equipped with Disa sand process line.

3.With ISO9001:2000 and ISo/TS16949:2009 certificates

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Auto spare parts iron casting HT250 truck brake disc brake disc

uto spare parts HT250 casting iron trailer and truck brake disc

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Q:Speak the working principle of the braking system
Automotive brake system is now generally divided into two kinds of hydraulic brake is another kind of pneumatic brake hydraulic brake is the brake master cylinder to brake fluid as the transmission medium through the brake pipe to each brake The pump to achieve the effect of brake and pneumatic brake is the high-pressure gas as the brake medium and then through the pipeline to the brake sub-pump to achieve the braking effect Need to point out that the hydraulic brake system brake points Pump and pneumatic brake system in the brake cylinder is not the same use is to note that the former is mainly applicable to small cars which are mainly applicable to large and medium-sized automotive engineering machinery.
Q:Anti Lock Brake Systems?
timethrift, I got your e-mail, but your return address is no good, so I couldn't respond. Check your "My Account" settings to make sure you can receive e-mails. As far as your ABS is concerned, The first thing you need to do is find out what the fault code is that is turning on the ABS light. There are a host of reasons why the light could be on. If you have an AutoZone nearby, they will scan it for free. As others have stated, the noise you hear when braking could be the brake pads are gone and you're getting "metal-to-metal" braking. If this is the case, you could have a lot of metallic debris built up on a wheel speed sensor, causing an intermittent signal from that sensor, which could turn your ABS light on. The noise could also be the ABS pump activating, due to the fault in your ABS system. If one of the wheel speed sensors' signal is missing, the ABS module "thinks" that wheel is locked up, and will activate the ABS system when the brakes are applied. That's about all the info I can give you without knowing the fault code, and you having a 4 wheel brake check to make sure that your Base brake system is OK. HTH!! Good Luck!!
Q:OKorder Continental Automotive Brake System Sales Co., Ltd. how ah?
The company is rubbish. Environment is poor to death is the human hell you go to try to know, you believe I will choose my answer.
Q:Question about the cars braking system?
The brakes in a modern car are applied all at once. But because of a why a car reacts under braking, the front brakes do most of the work. Newer cars also have what is called a brake bias that increases the amount of brake pressure applied to the front tire.
Q:Anti-lock braking system?
It should have ABS standard. Why do you say you do not have it? 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix Sedan Handling, Ride & Braking Standard Features - Four-wheel ABS - Four disc brakes including two ventilated discs - Electronic brake distribution - Electronic traction control via ABS & engine management If you really don't, It's not a big deal if you know how to drive. When you slide, pump your brakes, don't slam on them. Slamming on the brakes will make them lock and then you'll be in trouble (hence why cars come with ABS). If you find yourself in a sliding situation and you hit your breaks and hear/feel a "crunching"/"pulsating" from your brake have ABS. But it's still all about your driving skill in the ice.
Q:Clutch is a brake system or a system
Transmission system,do not have to adjust the brake clearance
Q:What is the car's braking system
Divided into traffic brake, parking brake!
Q:When does an anti-lock braking system start to work?
As soon as you hit the brakes
Q:gravity bleeding a brake system?
The easiest way to do it and you can do it by yourself is get a rubber hose that will fit in the bleed nipple and a gallon jug. Fill the jug 1/8 th full of new brake fluid put the hos on the nipple and insert the hose into the jug. Make sure it is in the brake fluid. If you need to tie a nut to the end of the tube so it will stay in the fluid. Crack open the bleed nipple furthest from the brake master cylinder and remove the master cylinder cover and fill it up almost all the way. Place the lit back on the cylinder so fluid doesn't spray all over. It will get all over. Now get in and slowly press the brakes 3-4 times and check the fluid level if it's not down to far then you can go 6-7 presses before checking the fluid. Run one cylinder full through the system using this method repeat at each wheel working your way closer to the master cylinder. Make sure you don't run the cylinder dry and suck air. If you do then you will need to start all over. Also don't forget to tighten the bleed nipple prior to removing the tube from the nipple. You will replace all the fluid and remove all the air and do it in about 1/2 hr.
Q:how do i change vacuum brake system from the carb to the power steering?
Thats a hydra-boost brake system. Factory used them in some apps. Aftermarket sells kits to retro fit. It's not a simple change a couple parts type thing. You need a master cyl, master cyl adapter, hyd. hoses, fittings, etc. Pretty much remove all your booster, master cyl stuff and replace it with the hydra boost systerm Now depending on how large of a cam you have, you can try a vacuum reservoir. It's a $25 can pretty much that plumbs in line with your vac hose from booster to carb. The can fills up with vac and gives you 2-4 good hard press on brake pedal before it's empty When I rebuilt my combo and went with a 249/252@.050, 106 LSA, .570"/.579" lift cam, I lost most of my idle vac (3-4" HG at idle) where you need around 12" HG for power brakes to work good. I used one of the vacuum reservoirs and it worked but just not good enough for stopping a drag car doing 125 mph at end of 1/4 mile. I went with a strange brand manual brake system. No power booster. The pedal is harder to press, but the car stops better and in a shorter time with the man. brakes vs the power brakes and lack of needed vac

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