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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

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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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Auto Parts Brake Pads Price/ Supplier

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Q:its a 2004 e320 (w211)my dad bought it (new) in 2004 and he doesnt have a problem with it, but hes going to give it to me when i get my license (i have a permit now) and the brakes dont feel rightthe brakes are hard to press down and i usually end up over braking. plus once i have them in one spot they dont seem to adjust pressure very well. i know i should take it to the dealer but ive read a few problems just like this and they said the dealer didnt do anything
It's probably just your imagination. You'll get used to it.
Q:Older car, not bad shape. No brakes to mention. Pedal almost to floor. Changed master cylinder, bled all wheels, still the same. No visable leaks, does not lose fluid. Shoes and pads are OK. Any ideas?
Properly done the quickest stop involves first using the rear brake to set the motorbike low on it's suspension and then using the front brake to it's greatest extent without flipping the bike over the front tire. (try that in a full bore I'm going to crash panic!)
Q:Does anyone know how and/or who I can contract to do it for me? I have done work on the car before so I have had some experience, but not with brakes.
If you are looking for performance brakes system, you are looking at the entire system in your car, so you need to convert/modify 4 of them at the same time. This can be costly by doing that and I'm not sure if you have already upgraded/modified your engine as of now. Otherwise I wouldn't bother the brake so much if it still has the original engine under the hood.
Q:what are the causes of internal leak of air in the brake system?
Maybe the brake booster.
Q:please help me answer these questionsTechnician A says a dual master cylinder‘s rear piston assembly is called the primary piston. technician B says a dual master cylinder‘s rear piston assembly is called the secondary piston. Who is right?A,B,Both, Neither.Technician A says a certain automotive power brake systems use engine vacuum to assist brake pedal application. Technician B says certain automotive power brake systems use a vacuum pump to assist brake pedal application. Who is right?
neither on the cylinder . Dual master cylinders basically are A runs the Left front and the right rear, B runs the right front and the left rear. the actual location in the system is dependent on make and model. The reason for the crossover is so that if one fails, you would still have at least some control and stopping power in a crisis. Power brakes are run by vacuum. Some cars have a pump, and some cars have a connection to the intake manifold and use engine vacuum. The most common is to run it off the engine vacuum, but again, it can be model specific. The main reason the engine vacuum system is much more popular is that is has fewer moving parts and therefore is more reliable, and has less maintenance costs.
Q:Why is it that the brakes on cars need to be bleadI know the answer is to get rid of the air within the brake system.My question is how does air enter the brake system when it is enclosed and there is no way air can get in?What causes the air bubbles?
The best performance and value products out there are the nikebauer sticks. Both the Vapor XXX Lite and the One90 are going to give you lightweight, balanced, responsive performance. They're both pretty consistently durable and are priced very reasonably. You will not find anything close to this combination of price and performance from another brand.
Q:i keep bleeding them.i keep pumping the brakes and two wheels wont hardly leak any oil out when i crack them. i tried pumping oil from bleeder up to top but it wont take oil.my booster is good and so is my cylinder.how can i tell if my calipers are bad.also the wheel that wont bleed, the brakes on that wheel were not wore out.
A precipitate can be a result of a reaction. It is not added in but is a by-product. At least that is how I typically use the terminology. It can also mean that it is a substance that has fallen out of the solution. A suspension is the result of two or more chemicals added together that do not readily mix and form layers.
Q:there are no leaks and the master cylinder is full
Could be clogged lines, have you opened the bleeder valve on both rear calipers? If so, does fluid come out? The calipers could be stuck, could be a bad master cylinder. Also, check the lines from the master cylinder to each rear caliper and make sure there are no crimps or kinks. Hope this helps! Good Luck!
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.
If you are close to electricity, brush off the snow and then use a hair dryer.
Q:I replaced my front brake pads and rotors, and my rear brake shoes and machine drums two weeks ago. When I brake, as my car is about to stop there is a squeaking coming from the front brakes . The sound also comes if I brake hard. I realize that sometimes new brakes may make sounds. but its been two weeks, and its not the normal brake squeak, it is an intermittent squeak depending on the speed of my tires.
most likely a cheap set of pads/shoes were used, and or they weren't greased correctly when installed. most cheap shops or big franchises won't grease brakes, but i'm a firm beilever in it. another possibility in my opinion would be that the shoes were installed incorrectly or maybe not adjusted after installed. good luck.

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