Brake pads Anto parts for cars OEM

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Product Description:

  • 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

    Specifications

    1.yutong bus brake lining
    2.MOQ:50 SETS
    3.23K, 80,000KMS
    4.CHASE TEST
    5.400 MODELS

     

     

     

    Product Description

     

      

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    yutong bus 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  

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    Characteristic

    • 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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    Specification

     

    WVA MAFF BFMC DIMENSION DRUM DIAM APPLICATION
          19932315.1290.0 SV/41/2 203×19×235 410bpw

     

 

 

 

 

 

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Q:How to brake on a motorcycle?
You apply the clutch every time you wish to change gears or come to a complete stop. You use both brakes to stop a motorcycle. On a sport bike type motorcycle, the front brake will do most of your braking as weight transfers to the front wheel as you stop harder. Let up gradually on the rear brake to avoid a rear wheel skid. On a long wheel base bike like a cruiser, you can use the rear brake longer as the weight transfer to the front wheel takes a lot longer and more weight stays on the rear wheel of the bike during hard stops. Regardless, modulate both brakes to keep each wheel from locking up. Each bike is different and each stop is different as the road surface changes from place to place. Knowing how hard you can brake on a particular bike and in a particular situation just takes practice. This is why they make vacant parking lots - practice. If you are stopping from a higher gear, you can start to slow with the brakes with or without the clutch disengaged. At some point, the engine will start to lug - you want to have pulled in the clutch by then. The idea is to be in the ideal gear as you slow for taking off again if you wish. Pull in the clutch and downshift as you slow. No - you don't need to release the clutch each time unless you wish to use the engine to help slow you down. Be sure you are in first gear just before you come to a complete stop. It is difficult to shift a motorcycle into first gear from higher gears once the bike is stopped. It is possible to upshift and downshift without using the clutch. It is much easier to upshift to higher gear without the clutch - you just preload the shift lever with your left foot and roll off the throttle - it magically shifts. Shifting down without a clutch is much harder you have to match engine speed with gear speed exactly. I do not recommend you do either as you can do serious damage to the transmission if you get it wrong. They gave you a clutch lever - use it.
Q:Shaft driven motorcycle: rear wheel doesnt spin freely?
No, not normal at all! First, put the bike on the central stand and loosen the axle (remember to tighten it back up later) and try spinning the wheel again, if it spins easier than you have some wheel bearing problem or a spacer/washer or two may be missing. If it does not get easier, disconnect the shaft drive at the engine and check the shaft drive by turning the back wheel, it should be the same resistance as before if the shaft drive is in need of repair/overhaul. If it is easier, than try turning the shaft that is on the engine in neutral, there's the problem. ADDED- I must be getting old, bOb is right, check the brakes first!
Q:Lights dont work on my 1982 motorcycle - whats up?
Seeing as you did not include the make of the motorcycle, I will assume it still has a fuse box . Usually under the seat, and at that age , you could have corrosion. Turn on your key , and with a test lamp check your fuses
Q:What is the right way to stop motorcycle?
Just a bunch of adrenaline
Q:how yo stop on a motorcycle?
Q:Where can I get my motorcycle looked at?
OK,. lets back up a little. (this advice is of course academic at this point, BUT) When looking at a used machine, ALWAYS say to the seller I want my mechanic to check it out. If he balks or twitches or stumbles, fumbles or even farts, you walk away. In general this was NOT a smart move just buying the bike and riding away care-free. No matter WHAT the seller says. First things first: call the Kaw shop. If there's not one within 50 miles, web (regional) search motorcycle repair in your area. Next, when you do find a suitable outfit, take it in and tell them give it a physical and do a PM. Last: get out your checkbook and don't cry about what they charge you. You should have done all this BEFORE now. Remember: an informed consumer can never be taken advantage of. btw: it sounds like brakes to me. Make sure to check disc thickness and gouging.
Q:What gear should I go downhill in motorcycle ?
actually to go up a hill or down to hill having some speed control like when you go up to hill and also down to hill that time speed should be like 1st gear. if the gear is higher then the have a chances to accident
Q:How should the motorcycle speed brake?
Brakes in theory is the front brake 70%, rear brake 30%.
Q:motorcycle brake light works, tail light doesnt?
The bulb has two filaments--one for brake, one for tail. One filament is most likely burned out. Buy a replacement, and a spare.
Q:Motorcycle tail lights?
Yes, red is perfectly legal. Amber may not look the greatest but it will make you more noticeable to other drivers (and probably less from the cops). You could try a clear lens with an amber bulb, that's a pretty sweet look. Just an idea.

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