Auto Brake Pads for Toyota Land Cruiser 04465-60020 D502-7298

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Model NO.:Toyota HIACE

Certification:TS16949, ISO9001, ISO9002

Type:Brake Pads










Export Markets:Global

Additional Info.

Trademark:According to the customers′ requirements

Packing:Neutral Packing/Genuine Packing/Customer′s Request

Origin:Dezhou, Shandong, China

HS Code:8708301000

Production Capacity:200, 000 Sets/Month

Product Description

We promise to provide the highest quality products for every customers! 

You give me a chance, I'll give you a satisfactory service

Our Advantage

1> We have rich friction material formula system for every car series. 

2> Most of our raw material are imported from Japan, German, France and Netherlands. 

3> We have all the craft, process and technology in brake pads producing line in the world. 

4> We have big bench test instrument to promise the braking performance of our products. 

And every our new formula are tested by installing on our local taxi. 

5> We can produce as your samples. 

6> We can supply you with OE quality brake pads. 

Detailed Specification

1. Non-asbestos disc brake pad

2. Material: Semi-metalic/ceramic

3. Certification: TS16949/ISO9001

4. Packing detail: Inner packing: Heat shrink bags/boxes; Outer packing: Cartons

5. Comfortable braking performance: No noise, no dust, less wear loss, less fade, better recovery

6. Minimum order quantity: 200sets

7. Port of shipment: Qingdao or Tianjin

8. Supply ability: 30000sets per month

9. Delivery time: 7 working days after receive the deposit

10. Payment terms: T/T













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Q:sometimes when im riding, my rear brakes stop working? as soon as I stop/turn off the bike and use them, they start working again? whats going on here? any ideas why did is happening?
at a Guess brake fade, check to see if rear brake is hot? if so brakes rubbing,
Q:I am new to the whole motorcycle thing and I think the brake fluid is starting to look dirty. My uncle told me that he uses a turkey baster and sucks it out of the resiovor on the handle bar but I do not know if that is correct or not. Any help would be appreciated.
That's the way I keep my auto brake fluid freshened. Suck some out with the turkey baster and refill every few years. Otherwise have the fluid flushed during a major brake job.
Q:The dealer wants me to go to them and pay around 300. I was wondering if anyone knew what they did exactly because I don‘t trust them so I can just do it myself. They told me it would void the manufacturers warranty but I don‘t see that anywhere in the manual.
it will definately void the warranty. i'm not exactly sure what they do for your model of motorcycle. it should be just fluid/filter and check valve and cam chain adjustments, and inspect everything else (tyres, chain, sprockets, brakes, suspension). look if it's brand new, not pre-owned, then servicing it yourself is going to void the warranty, just as it does on a new car. if it is still under the manufacturers warranty then don't do any work yourself. however if it is pre-owned and covered by a dealer warranty, not manufacturer, then you can service the bike yourself. i know this because i am about to buy a new bike and have already discussed this with several dealers and i contacted honda personally and consumer affairs. i've decided to go pre-owned low kilometre with a dealer warranty. running a motorbike is supposed to be cheap, but thats only true when you do your own work. if i were you i would have it serviced by the dealer, until your warranty expires.
Q:I am looking to buy my first motorcycle. I will not be able to ride this winter due to Vermont not being bike friendly with its snowy and cold winters though. I am looking at a used CBR600 RR for my first. What do you guys think about that as a first bike? Is it too powerful? Or can anyone suggest something that might be more appropriate for me?I lack true riding experience, but I still consider myself to be able to handle more then other rookies might be able to due to the natural motor talent I seem to have.What does everyone think?Thanks
no you idiot. wat kind of stupid question is that
Q:I‘m working on plans for an electric motorcycle conversion. I‘d like to do a Continuously Variable Transmission in order to maximize battery power and speed. The bike is shaft-driven, which makes it particularly difficult to change gear ratios in any direct drive manner, but also makes it good for a CVT. However, I‘m wondering what the effect of a CVT is on regenerative braking? More effective? Less effective? No effect? Also, any ideas for locating/salvaging and appropriate CVT? The ones I‘m familiar with are from 90‘s Honda Civics, and I‘m not sure it‘s feasible to try to adapt. Thanks!
There's a CVT in the Prius, I think CVT will make regenerative braking easier to control, if not more effective. I'm not sure if there is an appropriate CVT for use on a motorcycle, every one I've heard of is in a car. Even small cars usually have much heavier transmissions than you'd find on a bike. For an electric bike, why do you need a transmission at all? Most electric motors can handle the torque and rpms of driving with no transmission, and very little difference in efficiency based on rpms. If your motor can handle that, why not save yourself 20-60 lbs? Less weight, less things to break, simpler regenerative braking.
Q:I was wondering if anyone here owns or has had experience with r/c motorcycles?I‘m interested in buying one and want to know which is the best?Wondering if the brakes work, can you pull stoppies?
Q:I‘ve heard this biker wisdom that you‘ve got to learn to keep your front brakes covered during riding, and it will save you precious seconds during braking. Agreeing to all this, I‘ve found that it‘s somewhat difficult to do this, since you‘ve got to turn the throttle as well. Especially when you are turning the throttle more, it appears to me that it‘s plain impossible to even reach the brake lever with one finger.Can anyone explain what is actually meant to be done about covering the front brake with your fingers?
MSF courses tell you to cover the clutch lever, not the brake.
Q:i need to know if anyone know where i can find motorcycle parts(2002 suzuki sv650), it ws invovle in a accident and so like the brake pedal needs to be replaced and a few other things, but the pedals is something hard to find and at a reasonable price also even if its to pick it off a broke down motorcycle same brand of course.
A 2002 is probably too new to find in a salvage yard not already picked over by the repair shops. You may have to tough that one out at retail price.
Q:Is it possible to switch or change the position of the throttle on a motorcycle?Example: Could the throttle and brake controls be placed on the left side of the handle bars and the clutch be moved over to the right? Also, is there another way to adapt or change up the throttle for persons with limited hand mobility or other disabilities?
Go to a parts store and they usually can send them off and get pad replaced.
Q:I have a 2000 Suzuki Bandit S. Sometimes when I‘m at a light, for some reason it wont switch into first gear. Other times it‘s really easy. What can be causing this?

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