Auto Spare Parts Brake Shoes for Truck Trailer Bus OEM

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Drum Brakes Classification:Brake Shoe

Main Market:Mild East

Certification:ISO/TS16949, ISO9001

Type:Brake Shoes

Material:Ceramic Fiber



Export Markets:North America, South America, Southeast Asia, Africa, Oceania, Mid East, Eastern Asia

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ISUZU ELF NPR57 3300 F16 / 07/84-06/90

ISUZU ELF NKR66 4300 F / 08/90-06/93

ISUZU ELF NKS58 3600 / 08/87-08/95

ISUZU ELF NPR58 3600 F16 / 01/87-06/90

ISUZU ELF NPR59 3900 F / 07/84-07/93

ISUZU ELF NPR59 3900 F / 07/90-07/93

ISUZU ELF NPR61 4300 / 06/88-04/95





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Q:I am 23 and I still don‘t have a car. With school and everything else I really can‘t afford car insurance, gas and car payments so I decided to try something with two wheels. I looked into scooters for a while and came up with a Yamaha Vino 125 as a good option. While at the dealership I came across the Virago 250 and I‘m wondering if its a better idea to get a small motorcycle instead of a big scooter. I‘m not really into the sport bikes.Any ideas? Dose the Virago seem like a good idea for someone just wanting to get around town a little?
Well if you never plan on jumping on the interstate the scooter is fine, but the scooter must be at least 175cc to ride on the interstate. A motorcycle is a better bet all around, they are actually easier to handle. a Virago is a good solid motorcycle, drivehaft no chain to bother with, low to the ground, smooth riding, and parts availability good.
Q:Is the motorcycle brakes on the machine, or is it helpful? The Like a hydraulic brake cylinder The
Drum brake pure machinery
Q:I‘ve taken the MSF class and everything, but don‘t have my own motorcycle yet. During the class we would only primarily be in 2nd or 1st gear the whole time, so here‘s what I don‘t understand.If I‘m in 3rd gear or so and I have a red light up ahead of me which I expect will turn green pretty soon, how do I use both the brakes and downshifting at the same time to slow down? I want to use my brakes so the brake lights turn on and the car behind me knows what I‘m doing, but at the same time, I don‘t want to just pull in the clutch and brake to a point of being too slow to be in 3rd gear to start moving again. Should I hold the back brake down while downshifting so my engine speed can match my road speed?
I'm an avid dirtbike rider, and I have to make quick stops frequently when im out there with friends. What you do, is your gonna shift down to first gear, then right after you pull the clutch back out, pull in the brake. Either brakes you use is fine. It's easy, and the MSF class will make it easier for you, too.
Q:I just replaced the front brake pads on my 2000 Kawasaki W650, and now the brakes are not near as good as they were with the old pads that needed replacing. I have to pull the brake lever all the way to the grip of the throttle to get it to stop completely. They are the correct pads and fluid if fine, I even checked and both pistons on the brake apply pressure. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
I experienced the same thing with my 97 harley I thing the problem was fine air bubbles in the fluid I noticed that when I bled the calipers that fluid looked a little foamy I think its because the hand lever doesn't have that far to pump the fluid thru a short distance to the caliper that all the air doesn't settle out when you bleed them. I rode mine for awhile and pumped the front brakes a few times to slow me down stopping with the rear and finally worked out all the air now I have good solid front brakes. Good luck hope this works for you
Q:Today morning I locked my Motorcycles back brakes in traffic. The vehicle slide a little(Around 3 - 4mtrs) and the engine stopped. (I had no enough time to pull in the clutch)Is this OK for the Motorcycle?
Simple, dont use your rear brake so hard it locks up.
Q:My back brake sets off my brake light instantly with a tap. But my front brake doesn‘t set it off until its already stopped. I have to squeeze the handle extremely hard until I can get the light to turn on and by that time its no use. How do you adjust a front brake handle to make this more sensitive.
If you look ON the handbrake part that you squeeze (it should be on the inside, in between the metal handbrake part and the grip/throttle that you hold onto), there should be a screw that you can adjust to adjust the firmness of the brake AND the brake light sensitivity. But as suggested, check with your manual, or your shop.
Q:The kind that are on mountain bikesi like doing wheeles but cant control them as well because my front brake is a handle lever (pointless) and for my rear wheels its kind of a foot pedal located near where i put my right foot while riding normally. usually i i have stand on the back grab bar cuz it doesnt have a lot of engin power. basically im asking if and how if i can put a handle bar lever brake for my rearwheels if theres not one already there. BTW i have an Arctic Cat DVX 250 4-strokeredlawl. im not really sure if u needed the color. whoever has the answer.very much thankx. and no just YES or NO answers pleez!!!!!!!!!
Just get a longer brake cable at the ATV shop or motorcycle shop, and put a lever on the handlebars. Run the cable to it, and use cable ties to hold it to the frame as you run it to the back wheels.
Q:Why is the rear brake locking up on my 1983 Virago 920 motorcycle? Just that. its locking up.
This can happen when either the cam or the shoes are worn past their limits. It allows the cam to rotate too far--almost 90 degrees, in some cases.
Q:i don‘t know if i want too buy a motorcycle i really want one cause it looks like fun and im really intrested in it and as other people call it ‘being free‘ but at the same time i know that most riders fall at least once and it dose not take too much too break you neck or back and end up in a wheelchair even with a helmet on you can still have these injuries and i know a helmet helps a lot and if i do get a bike i would always wear one i just want too know what you think from first hand experience
Is riding in an airplane worth the risk? Is driving (or riding) a car worth the risk? People generally ride for the freedom fun. Not much more risk, than driving a car (my opinion). But if you think it's too risky, then DON'T. Risk eliminated - at least motorcycle risk.
Q:I have a rather small frame weighing 110 , but I really want to learn to ride and get a license. I‘m mainly worried about me being clumsy and not being quick enough on the road. How difficult is it? Is there alot to learn and how long do you think it will take me to become a good rider? Any advice/tips please?
It's not difficult. I would recommend signing up for a motorcycle safety course. They'll pretty much show you everything you need to know. Balancing isn't hard, it's a lot like riding a bicycle. Familiarize yourself with the controls on the bike before you begin. How quickly you improve at riding will depend on how much you ride. If you're looking for a good beginner bike, I would suggest for your size anything in the 250cc to 500cc range or something you won't get tired of in a week (my first bike was a '96 Kawasaki EX500). I would stay away from the Buel Blast since it's a 499cc single and doesn't run very smoothly. Actually, I would stay away from any single and go with a twin.

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