Brake ling Heavy Duty Truck Brake Lining 4515 For VOLVO SCANIA IVECO BPW 19036 19037

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  • Size: 90x 9.6 x360

  • Car Make: KATO

  • OE NO.: GG-113/1 UK090-01 15240

  • Place of Origin: Jiangsu, China (Mainland)

  • Brand Name: hi-best

  • Model Number: GG-113/1 UK090-01 15240

  • color: black/brown/yellow/green

  • PC: 4

  • rivets: L7.5

  • holes: 12

  • slot: yes

  • chamfer: yes

  • grade: GG/FF

  • test: chase

  • label: according to requirement

  • noise: none

  • Packaging & Delivery

    Packaging Details:cartons,pallet
    Delivery Detail:25 days



     brake lining                                   

    1.high quality&good yutong bus brake lining  
    2.material:asbestos&non asbestos
    3.400 kinds for truck,trailer,bus,etc
    4:chase test  



    • light & heavy duty brake lining  

    • Very efficient when braking and low wearing, minimum loss of efficiency on wet surface.

    • Low wear of the rotors.

    • powerful and progressive brake that doesn't fade.

    • Low lost of efficiency on wet conditions. Low to no-noise.

    • Smooth on rotors, very effective for high line tourisms.

    • Produced f or both axels, it can  be applied on the rear axel on competition vehicles of front wheel drive










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Q:Why dont motorcycles have pedals (for acceleration/braking)?
Q:does anyone know what is being checked while getting a safety on a motorcycle in ontario or anywhere in generelplease be specific lights , reflectors ,frame etc. thanks alot
definitely. look at gauge and valve again
Q:Hi, I need help with anyone who perhaps can tell me if whatever I am doing is wrong or not.I have a motorcycle, it‘s front wheel left hand side disc brake(rotor) is bent, right hand side is good so it would be a silly thing to go ahead and replace both disc brakes - left and right sides. Now, would it be wise to get a NEW BETTER left hand disc brake/brake pads to go with my ‘LESS NEW‘, SLIGHTLY MORE WORN right hand disc brake/pads?Will this cause any instability? Warping or brake discs? etc.? ANY knowledge is helpful and welcome. Thanks,
You're playing around with your own life. Discs should be fitted as matched pairs and when you fit new discs, you also fit new pads. If you swap pads over, you're introducing pads to a disc with different wear patterns on it when compared to the pads. Neither will therefore work correctly - decreasing your braking performance and increasing local temperatures (therefore also increasing the chances of warping the other rotor as well). Also, while I'm at it, if you find yourself having to brake while cornering, then the outside disc/caliper assembly does more work than the inside one. If you're turning left and your right brake is shot, then your braking efficiency will be impaired. Do not mess about with braking systems and do not assume it'll be okay 'cos it won't. If you can't afford OEM parts, then get pattern parts - but apply the same mods to both sides of the wheel.
Q:What kind of brake fluid should I use?
Look on the brake resevoir cap. It is stated on the cap in 9 out of ten circumstances. Dot 3 is the most common fluid in cars. Motorcycles usually require DOT4. It would be best to contact the manufacturerbut usually safe with dot 4. if it's not a full synthetic fluid.You can't use dot 3 for dot 4 applications, but you can use dot 4 for 3. Just some more help:)
Q:how do i bleed my gas utv i added the brake fluid but i think it needs to be bleed PLEASE HELP ME
how to bleed brake how to bleed brakes video how to bleed brakes motorcycle how to bleed brakes go kart how to bleed brakes wil be pretty much same on anything since they all work basicluy same way you pump a pedal by foot or by hand same thing happens car truck motorcycle four wheeler a golf cart brake system work same knowing just one will know them all
Q:I just replaced my motorcycle levers ( both), because I broke my brake lever.Well., after I installed them I noticed the clutch lever is 2inches below the brake lever.My original levers were not like this, anyone know what the problem is? It‘s hard to tell in these photos, but take a look. Looks like I can‘t add two photos.
fuzzy' told you the tech-stuff correctly but are sure the bars aren't bend also?
Q:And should I rev/accelerate as required for the gear ?I am learning how to ride motorcycle. Some says you don‘t have to rev/accelerate in downhill . Doesn‘t it cause bike to stall ?
Question is too general to give a correct answer. The correct gear and accelerator usage will depend on - How steep the hill is How long the hill is How fast you want to be going What us coming up next Road surface condition Weather condition. There is nothing that says you need to change down or up or stay in the same gear. There is nothing to say that you need to close the accelerator, open it up or keep it as it was. If the hill is long and would need you to use the brakes for a long time to be at the speed you need then you need to change down maybe one or 2 gears which will allow the engine to give some braking effect thus needing the brakes less. Having to use the brakes a lot on a long descent could cause them to heat up more than normal which will cause them to fade in strength until they cool again - you do not want that. If you do have to change down a gear and are not slowing down then you will need to blip the accelerator to bring the engine speed up to the new engine speed required by the lower gear. Your worries about the engine stalling are strange. I hope that this is not because you are using the rear brake too much. New riders, particularly those that have had little or no teaching, tend to think that the rear brake is the best one to use - IT MOST DEFINITELY IS NOT. If you are using the rear a lot when you change down it is possible to lock it either momentarily or longer thus stalling the engine. It is more than possible to use a motorcycle without ever using the rear brake. Many motorcycle racers never use the rear for anything other than stopping a wheelie happening. There is a reason why the front brake is much more powerful than the rear - because it needs to be.
Q:i dont know how to convert it over
There is no conversion: Brake or net horsepower (power delivered directly by the engine) minus frictional losses in the transmission (bearings, gears, etc.), equals When you see horse power on 'cars' or motorcycles it is rated at engine only. Brake horses are measured at the ground.
Q:are motorclycle licences different than a car licens
Some States allow you to have a motorcycle only driver's license. Some States require you to have a motorcycle endorsement on a automobile driver's license.
Q:When I gently apply the hand brake on my 78 Honda 550 Four motorcycle I get a loud squealing noise. If I pull it a little harder I don‘t get the noise. The functionality of the brake seems fine. Does anyone one what the problem is, and how I can fix it? Thanks!

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