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Auto Parts Semi-Metal Car Brake Pad

Auto Parts Semi-Metal Car Brake Pad

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100 set
Supply Capability:
50000 set/month

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Auto parts: 

brake pads

Position: 

Front Axle

PAGID: 

C1004

VALEO: 

541679

WVA: 

29108/29109/29163

FMSI: 

D1203-8323

FERODO: 

FDB1313

Rate: 

EE&FF

Test: 

Link &Greening Test

 Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:

Neutral Packing, ANTEC Packing, Client's Packing. Corrugated Box,Wooden case,Pallet.

Delivery Detail:

30-45days

Specifications

Brake pads 
1)Asbestos, Non-asbestos, Semi-metallic, Nao, Ceramic, Carbon fiber 2)High noise abatement 
3)Prompt delivery

Core Products:

We produce Asbestos, Non-asbestos, Semi-metallic, Nao, Ceramic, Carbon fiber brake pads .

Description:

    Crossing Reference Number

Application

FMSI

D1203-8323

FERODO

FDB1313

Scania   

 

Benz 

 

Man 

 

Iveco 

 

DAF

WVA

29087

WVA

29059

WVA

29106

WVA

29105

WVA

29062

WVA

29061

WVA

29060

WVA

29046

WVA

29045

WVA

29042

WVA

29202

WVA

29201

WVA

29179

WVA

29163

WVA

29109

WVA

29108

O.E.M.

0034201620

O.E.M.

0024204920

O.E.M.

082135100

O.E.M.

0044202220

O.E.M.

2992348

O.E.M.

1439324

Features:

1.Shimmed, chamfered and slotted to be consistent with OE Design

2.Positive mold process

3.Ultra-quiet performance, low dusting

4.Rubberized multi-layer shims

5.Responsive braking and longer pad life

6.Sensor wires included on those vehicles with OE sensor wires

7.QS9000, IS09002 and TUV certified

Advantages:

1. Production experience: 15 years

2. Items' availability: 1800 models of brake pads, our R&D Department can develop 10 new items per month. Presently the models under production cover European and American Applications, Japanese and Korean Applications, and heavy-duty applications for truck, bus and engineering vehicles etc.

3. Formulation: Asbestos, Non-asbestos, Semi-metallic, Nao, Ceramic, Carbon fiber 

4.OEM Accepted: We can produce any your design. 

5.Guarantee: 30,000- 60,000kms

6.Warranty:If there is any quality problem, we will supply the same quantity goods with free charge to you.

 

 

 

 

Q:There was a bill put forth in Florida giving stiff penalties (and confiscation) of motorcycles going more than 30MPH over the speed limit.What is your opinion? Should these bikes be banned, or should they have special licensing, or what? You tell me!
No. Bans are bad. All types. Perhaps it's time for graduated licenses. To be honest, I think if we do begin with graduated licenses it should be across the board. All vehicles. Not specifically one type (motorcycles). Make them drive slow small cars first. Want a bigger car? Prove you can handle it. Want a pickup? Prove you can handle it. Want a larger motorcycle? Prove you can handle it. There actually is a graduated system of sorts in use in the States already. Called a CDL. If you want a tank, get the endorsment. Air brakes, endorsement. Larger truck? Different class of CDL. It works. We live in a world where buttheads and politicians abound. The two will cause something we don't like unless we do something about it. But what?
Q:i just had my first motorcycle accident a few hours ago due to me losing confidence during a turn. i was doing everything right until i got to close to the shoulder then i panicked i straightened up the bike. so i went of the road onto dirt. i kept it Straight for like 10-20 feet i didn‘t hit brakes to hard because it would‘ve locked up but went in between a electricity pole and the wire that holds it up then it hit like a dirt mound, then the bike caught like 2 feet of air and when it slammed down i bounced of the seat and over the front of the bike. i broke the fall a little bit by rolling. i got up cleaned my self up and looked at my beautiful bike she was hurt broke a couple fairings and rearset but was still rideable i looked at my buudy who was hella woried then i started laughing and then requested a hi 5. but now im really sad my bike is hurt but im glad i was able to walk it off
I can't remember, but here's a funny one - I was riding down a track that had a chain across as a gate. I figured there was enough slack in the chain that if I rode over it, it would touch the ground. It did, but it also got stuck in the front tire tread, so when it reached the front fork the wheel stopped dead and the bike did a perfect somersault landing exactly on the front light. I ended up sitting in the dirt. I don't remember being particularly hurt, except in the wallet - bike parts seemed ridiculously expensive.
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?
I have been riding for over 35 years and never do I cover the front brake lever. It is impossible to control the bike and throttle and front brake at the same time. Motorcycles were designed for this purpose having the front brake lever on throttle side, hence when you brake, your hand is off the throttle and hitting the brakes. Who in their right mind would throttle up and ride the front brake at same time since the front brake does 75% of the stopping power.
Q:I want to buy a new motorcycle but have owned used bikes for the past couple of years, will dealers let you test drive new bikes, are the bikes on the showroom floor ready for riding, ei do they have gas in the tank and oil in the engine. When buying a new bike what more can be done than just sitting on the bike in the showroom, i need to at least hear it if not ride it
This Site Might Help You. RE: Will motorcycle dealerships let you test ride new bikes? I want to buy a new motorcycle but have owned used bikes for the past couple of years, will dealers let you test drive new bikes, are the bikes on the showroom floor ready for riding, ei do they have gas in the tank and oil in the engine. When buying a new bike what more can be done than just.
Q:I saw that when coming to a stop its good to use the front brake a little bit then the rear brake.I never seem to use the front brakes though, how about you?
This Site Might Help You. RE: How often do you use your Front Brakes on your Motorcycle? I saw that when coming to a stop its good to use the front brake a little bit then the rear brake. I never seem to use the front brakes though, how about you?
Q:Thanks for looking. I have a 2007 Suzuki GSX-R 600 and my brake light isn't working. I turn on my bike and the brake light stays on.... Any ideas? Hand brake and foot brake don't do anything.
Sounds like your rear brake light switch is sticking on or needs adjusting. If you are in the uk, & ride in autumn to spring, am 99% sure that's what it is. The cure is cheap & easy. First, check the adjustment, & that the switch (that black placcy thing between the rear brake fluid cylinder & pedal, usually attached with a spring at one end) is attached at both ends. Then spray WD40/GT85/Duck oil onto the switch, esp at the plunger where it goes into the switch. Avoid spray going onto the disc or caliper, for obvious reasons. Work the brake a few times so the spray gets into the switch, & you should be ok. Hope this helps, please post again if it doesn't. EDIT/PS If this doesn't work, I agree with Andy about multi meter tests on the switchgear.
Q:Hi. I currently ride a Honda CG 125 however I haven‘t been riding a geared bike long. My problem is that I tend to use the front brake all the time as I feel it is more convenient for me and don‘t use the back brake. Do you have any tips in which I can practise using my back brake?Many thanks
The back brake is very important when stopping a bike. The rear brake accounts for about 20% of your stopping power. As you stop the weight of the motorcycle shifts towards the front of the bike and progressively removes weight from the rear brake. So, the front contains most of the stopping power. However; Do you really want to reduce your breaking power by 20%? In a panic stop 20% is VERY important. Consider an obstacle 100ft in front of you, apply both brakes you have 20 feet to spare, apply only the front you are on top of the obstacle.

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