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Auto spare parts HT250 casting trailer and truck brake disc brake disc for truck trailer

1.Truck brake disc nodular graphite iron casting.

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Auto spare parts iron casting HT250 truck brake disc brake disc

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Q:The brake pedal is really mushy. Ive tried bleeding the line and all that comes out is fluid but it never retains pressure it seems like. The Emergency parking brake light is also on even though the handle is not pulled. What do I need to look for or do at this point?
There is a procedure to bleed the brakes so that the brake pressures are equal between the front and rear systems. You must maintain pressure on the brake system to get all the air out of the lines. If you are using a helper, make sure they pump the brakes, then keep pressure on the pedal all the say to the floor as you open the bleeder. They are to maintain that pressure on the brake pedal until you close the bleeder and tell them to pump up more pressure. Repeat.
Q:does anyone know and/or have the Telma Frictionless Braking system? does it work good? does it cost a lot? can be installed on any vechial? i want to install it on a 1983 Chevy G-30 23 foot long RV that i do alot of mountian driving. the only information i can find about getting in touch with them is a phone number and i really dont want to call anyone until i'm total ready to install it just want if information if it will work for me.
If memory serves, It is an electromagnetic system that is direct mounted to the drive shaft. Assuming my memory is correct, it can be applied to any R.W.D. vehicle. There is a similar system on a piece of construction equipment owned by the city where I work. It automatically applies some braking pressure when throttle is released. It applies more current when brake pedal is pressed. Only partially sure of this info though.
Q:as part of some science work i have to explain how a hydraulic brake system works
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Q:380V 40A motor needs to come to dead stop. The stop time is not all that important, so there is some leeway here. I am going to use 3 semikron skkd rectifier units to convert the 3phase to DC to inject. Just need some design help. How much current and voltage will I need to inject? any other considerations I should be taking? Do I need capacitor blocks as well or can I do this without any resonance? from my understanding the capacitor bank make this even harder to calibrate?
Just rectifying the line voltage will give you way too much voltage. The load seen by the DC supply is essentially just the DC resistance of the windings. PS1 Why do you need to design this? Why not just buy a commercially available DC braking package? PS2 This manual gives an indication of what is involved, but this braking unit appears to provide better performance than a simple fixed-current system.
Q:Hi! I need help with this bike‘s brake system. I have a huffy cruiser bike and i recently took off the back wheel to change the inner tube. and when I put the wheel back, it became hard to pedal sometimes. I can tell that the brake is engaged and makes it hard to pedal. If I put the pedals in the brake position, I can pedal again no problem. I don‘t know what‘s the problem with it, but please help.
is your tire rubbing on the frame?
Q:i want to know the complete details about rally cars braking system.plz give me the corect answer
they work hydraulically however using bigger rotors and better quality racing pads some cars are set up with a brake balance proportioning valve that allows the pressure to be set more to the front or rear brakes i also know of some that install two valves as to apply more pressure side to side such as the course is mostly right turns they will set them for hard right pressure so it will help slide the car around the corner most rally cars are set up with a high pressure hand controlled rear brak such as a standard e brake with the locking mechanism removed
Q:Just had front rotors replaced break pedal still feels spongy it stops and has pressure to it but my pedal is going down a little too far( when car comes to a complete stop my free foot just barely fits underneath pedal, and pedal comes back up with no problem) did a master cylinder test to see if when brakes are pressed if there was any bubbles in reservoir and there wasn‘t any, I‘m not losing any fluid so what else can it be ? I have a 97 lumina with ABSbrake lines are new as well as a caliper(driver side)
You need to get both front calipers bled properly, some with ABS need to be pressure bled to remove all air from system. If work done by a shop take back and have them pressure bleed, takes a special adapter that mounts on master cylinder.
Q:I changed all disk brakes on my car. Now i got vibration,when i push brake. I can‘t even tell if its front or back.
[not air in the system, not your master cyl and not anti-lock brake problems] and the prize goes to! . . . replace the rotors, and lube the calliper floating pins or mounts (depends on the make). If the rotors are old they can warp, or the surface can wear unevenly. Most places don't even have the re-surfacing equipment or the knowledge to do it right and rotors cost as little as $20/each, about the cost of turning the old ones down!! If the calliper floating mechanism is not free to allow the callipers to slide when the brakes (not breaks!) are applied, only the piston side pad will contact the rotor which causes a side load on the rotor and bearings and causing pulsations in the brake pedal If it is working properly and the calliper is sliding in its mounting pins, the calliper will pinch the rotor applying equal force to both sides of the rotor.
Q:ABS anti-lock braking system
Q:took it to the shop to have drum brakes adjusted and now abs light is on, is it something stupid that i can fix or should i take it back.
Yes, having an A.T. flushed or fluid changed is a must, u actually should have had it done every 30,000 miles, this decreases the amount of particles left behind in the trans and improves the lubrication and shifting quality and smoothness. Dealerships charge alot for these things but give you a guarantee on the work performed.

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