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Packaging Details:Usually packed by Neutro packing inside,white/colored carton outside
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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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Q:I have a 2008 Pontiac g6 GT 3.5L, and I love it! I‘m getting ready to start modding the car, both for looks and function. I can tear a car apart and wire up speakers, subs, tweeters, decks, and DVD screens, but I am TERRIBLE with engine and other components. I want to start with a new set of tires, wheels, and maybe replace the brakes. I don‘t really know much about brakes, but the ones I have are decent (stock). I‘ve seen a lot of cars with this really nice, shiny colored brake attachments (idk if it is pads, or a shoe or whatever), and I would love to get that look, and improve my brake function.What can I do to achieve improving the function, and adding a little style with the colored part behind the wheel? Any help greatly appreciated!
I suspect you're referring to colored calipers. (The color alone will do nothing for function).
Q:The brakes in my Ford Focus all of a sudden went out then came back. It seems like it might be the master cylinder. I just had a new clutch put in, does that have anything to do with the master cylinder? Could the mechanics have messed that up in the process of installing the clutch?
Not related to the clutch - that doesn't attach to the brake system. The problem you had sounds like air in the brake lines or a bad master cylinder. You can't tell without checking the whole system. If the brake fluid is at normal levels then you may need to have the master cylinder rebuilt. If the brake fluid is low, you might need to have the brakes bled. Low fluid is often a sign that the brakes are worn or a wheel cylinder is leaking.
Q:I have 2009 toyota Camry 4 cyclinder automatic. My abs system was stolen out of it and they cut the steel brake lines found to it instead of detaching it. From what I know the abs is like a extra support for newer cars in case they spin our of control l or something. The dealer is saying I have no brake and if u drive the car it will not stop. There saying they have to bleed the air out and all this staff.So do I NEED the abs or can I drive without it for a while. Also what is he talking about when he says he needs to bleed the brakes????
ABS (anti lock brake system) is to provide minimum stopping distance to a vehicle in conditions of high speed braking or when traversing over ice. The system avoids wheel lockup (that causes tires to slip) by releasing brake pressure when the system detects a wheel lockup, and then reapplying brakes when the wheels regain speed. This cycle is repeated over 20 times/second. Bleeding of brakes is the process of removing air from the hydraulic brake system. As air is compressible, even a small amount of air in the system can deteriorate its normal performance. You can drive without ABS but it is suggested to use it for enhanced safety especially for long sedans like Camry.
Q:Mercury Sable 1997. Brakes got a little mushy last week, found the culprit, a rusted very teeny pinhole leak in the metal line to the rear passenger wheel, replaced the whole line, bled the brake system. During the bleeding process the pedal would get stiff, but lose that strength when bleeding to the next wheel. Took car out for run and when I braked on gravel the pedal was strong and where it should be, but on pavement, it was squishy.bled all the wheels again and the same thing, after awhile the brakes were even mushy on the gravelchecked all line, connections, hoses, back plate, etc., master cylinder for leaks--cannot find any.I do recall a month ago during a hard brake my car pulling to the right, though during my semi-hard brakes fro this recent brake issue testing, no pulling happened. I was told it might be the master cylinder, though possible, it seems the odds of a break line leak along with a bad master cylinder seems like high odds.
I used an old plastic shower curtain and strong magnets and covered my windshield and wipers that way. The shower curtain was stronger than a regular trash bag, but a leaf yard bag might work good too.
Q:I have a 93 ford explorer, my brakes line went out a few months back and i have just gotten around to replacing them. once i got the new line installed i bled out the lines and i had pressure, but as soon as i turn the truck on it all goes away instantly. i have checked under/around all the brake lines and there is no leak any where. does any one have any idea what i can do to try and fix it?
Yes, get smaller rims. A lot of after-market shops made a LOT of money selling over-sized rims for cars that should not have them. That little Mazda 3 shouldn't have rims over 16 inches. 15 if it was my car.
Q:I have an 1997 f150 xlt supercab 8cy 4.6 liters. I checked the owners manual but it does not say.
well it has rear that's a givenanything past a 70 or so has that rules out hte front only as well now to tell if it has all wheel anti-lock brakespop the hood and look :P. look at the master cylinderif teh lines coming out go down into this big *** box looking thing with other lines coming out then u have ABSwich means all wheelsif the lines from master go down and and into a junction point on the frame u dont have ABS other way to tell wud b get in turn key on but not start and see if an ABS light comes on with all the other lights if it does u have ABS. im pretty sure u do have ABS but i think some trucks that year still came without it.thought was only on v-6 tho
Q:why we use liquid in hydraulic brake system?
because liquid does not compress.if you were to use a compressible gas, you would not have the fine incremental movements of today's would be difficult to come to a stop without locking the wheel.if You could use them at all
Q:We‘re trying to fix a case 850D bulldozer, and part of it is bleeding the brake system, but we‘re not sure how to do it, and can‘t find anything on the internet pertaining to it. any help will be appreciated.
Really? hate to tell you this but your in way over your head, but just for $#!tS and giggles lets assume you already have the top cover off and are looking at the guts of your primary drives, at this point you'll see the clutches, and brake system, if by some miracle you have gotten this far it should be quite evident how to bleed the system. as you have already repaired the problem that requires the brake system to be bled.
Q:I bought a 2010 corolla, from day one the brakes are very low. the saleman told me its the ABS. I had the brakes adjusted by the dealer, the parking brakes was adjusted also. The brakes feels better than before. But there is still problem, once a while it makes a scraping sound, Sometimes, the brake petal will still goes down after the car came to a complete stop. Is there air in the brake system? anyone knows what‘s wrong? Thanks
FYI there was a recall on the braking system do to lock ups in cold weather. get that checked out with the dealer
Q:disc brake system has any electronic stuff like ABS???
It is more like plastic, very durable and light weight. I like it especially if there are children in the household. I used it exclusively in the 1960s when my kids were little. I hope you like yours!

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