High Quality Auto Parts Brake Pads /Brake Linling

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Japanese car brake pads
1.Good performance of brake pads with long life time
2.No black dust residue
3.Less brake disc wear



Semi-metallic, low-metallic and ceramic, Non-asbestos.


ISO9001 and TS16949 approved.


-Significantly reduced dust development

-Practically noise-free

-Better rim appearance

-Greater comfort

-No brake judder

-Better environmental protection

-Lower repair costs

-Very safe

4.The price will be sent to you soon after get your OEM or Drawings.

We are trying to do our work better to improve our products so that we can make all of our customers' satisfied. All inquires will be greatly appreciated.


Product Name:  car brake pads
MATERIAL:Semi-metallic, low-metallic and ceramic, Non-asbestos
Life Timeabove 40000kms
PRODUCT FEATURES:1) High friction coefficient, Low noise,Wear resistant;
2) Good thermal recession and recovery;
3) Good performance of water proof;
4) Friction coefficient:0.25-0.4/0.30-0.40/0.40-0.50/0.50-0.60
5) long life time


1.Inner box Neutral box white good quality the size accords to product size.

2.Can be according to client requirement and use client brand.

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High Quality Auto Parts Brake Pads /Brake Linling

High Quality Auto Parts Brake Pads /Brake Linling

High Quality Auto Parts Brake Pads /Brake Linling











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Q:HBA brake assist system what role
Help you add more pressure brakes
Q:1989 dodge brakes system?
the proportioning valve may be off center on it if it is there hard to get back on center ,try opening a bleeder and hitting the brakes one time with the bleeder open for the front brakes this may re-center it,i have used this method a few times and it works sometimes but run the front line in to a jar with hose so brake fluid doesn't squirt all over the place,if that doesn't work you may have bent line on it or a bad proportioning valve,good luck.have a good thanksgiving.
Q:What is the car's braking system?
Simply say that the brake system, a lot of complex analysis ah,
Q:Classification of Automotive Braking System
In recent years, the speed of cars has been increasing, and the total weight of trucks and buses has been increasing. In addition, the center of gravity of the car is generally reduced and the use of small diameter wide cross-section of the tire, so that the installation of the brake is limited, so the use of heavy trucks and cars with good braking heat stability can be a growing number of disc brakes. The disc brakes can be divided into clamp disc brakes and full brake two. Disc brakes, also known as disc brakes, the working principle can be used to describe a dish, you use the thumb and forefinger to hold the rotating plate, the plate will stop spinning. The disc brakes on the car are made up of brake oil pumps, a brake disc connected to the wheel and a brake calipers on the disc. Brake, the high-pressure brake oil to promote the piston within the caliper, the brake shoe will be pressed against the brake disc to produce the braking effect. Disc brakes disc brakes sometimes called disc brakes, it is divided into ordinary disc brakes and ventilated disc brakes two. Ventilated disc brakes are a gap between the two brake discs, so that the air flow through the gap, and some ventilation plate is still drilling a lot of circular vent holes in the disk, or cut out in the disk surface ventilation Or prefabricated rectangular vent holes. Ventilation disc brakes use the role of wind, the hot and cold effect better than ordinary disc brakes. The main advantage of the disc brakes is the rapid braking when the high-speed brakes, the cooling effect is better than the drum brakes, the braking performance of the constant good, easy to install like ABS as high-level electronic equipment. The main advantage of the drum brake is the brake shoe less wear, low cost, easy to repair, because the drum brake absolute braking force is much higher than the disc brakes, it is generally used for rear-wheel drive truck.
Q:Mountain bike brake system that kind of better? What's the difference?
Now the mainstream is the v brake and disc brakes, the specific classification and sub-line v, oil v, line dish, oil dish. In general, disc brake effect is good, v brake repair convenience. Mainly see what is their use to decide What kind of
Q:What is an anti-lock brake system?
Anti-lock Brakes A braking system that keeps the wheels from locking up during aggressive stopping. Though anti-lock brakes will often shorten stopping distances, their main advantage over non anti-lock systems is their ability to provide the driver will full steering control during full-force stops. A car with locked wheels will not steer! Helps maintain control in emergency stops. Particularly useful on slick pavement. While the driver applies steady pressure to the brake pedal, the system automatically “pumps” the brakes many times per second to prevent wheel lock-up. Often shortened to ABS. If you hold the brake pedal down, your wheels will lock up -- the brakes won't allow them to turn. On a slippery surface, this can cause the car to slide, just as a toboggan will on snow. On cars without ABS, the proper technique is to pump the brakes, which allows the tires to grip the surface while stopping. Anti-lock brakes electronically pump the brakes, and do so much faster than a driver could. Your car will not necessarily stop sooner (in some cases, such as on gravel roads, it may take slightly longer to stop), but you will be able to better control the car's movement, allowing you to possibly avoid a collision. The brake pedal will vibrate, which can cause some people to let off the pedal. If your car has ABS, try a panic stop in a safe place so you'll know what to expect. Anti-lock brakes don't do this every time you put your foot on the pedal, only when the system senses that the wheels are slipping.
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
Q:What is the "brake power system failure"
Brake system to monitor the electrical failure, it is recommended to use the computer to read the specific fault code, only to facilitate the maintenance direction
Q:Braking system?
hydraulics problem maybe, some of the brake liquid is out maybe
Q:What is a brake system fluid flush?
Hello Lexi, Well, personally the only time I would recommend doing a brake fluid flush would be during brake repairs, such as replacing pads and rotors. It's the ideal time the car in the air anyway. Most shops are equipped with a device called a power bleeder, which forces brake fluid through the system. All they have to do is attach the power bleeder to the reservoir of the master cylinder, then open the bleeder screws on the calipers or wheel cylinders. On some modern cars they may need an ABS scan tool to get the system to bleed properly but if they do a lot of brake work they should already have that also. If they have to open the system for any reason, such as to replace a caliper or wheel cylinder, they will have to bleed the system anyway to purge it of air bubbles that would interfere with effective braking. Depending on the kind of vehicle you have and your mechanical ability you can do this at home also, it's not a difficult procedure on most cars. A Chilton's or Haynes manual would be able to talk you through the procedure. It usually takes two people. One underneath the car to open and close each bleeder screw, and one inside the car to pump the brake pedal. Just be sure to keep the reservoir full on the master cylinder, if it gets too low you will be introducing more air into the lines and defeating your purpose. Good luck. Bill

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