Brake Pads for Mercedes Benz Sprinter Platform

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100 set
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50000 set/month
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Product Details

Basic Info.

Model NO.:WVA29125

Certification:TS16949

Type:Brake Pads

Material:Semi-Metal

Position:Rear

Export Markets:Global

Additional Info.

Packing:Box, Carton, Pallet

Standard:TS16949, ISO

Origin:Qingdao

HS Code:87083010

Production Capacity:10000sets/ Per Month

Product Description

Fh12 Fh16 FM9 FM12 Fl6 Brake Pads WVA29125 for Volvo
1). Material: Semimetal, ceramics, asbestos free
2). Delivery time: 15-25 days
3). Stable coefficient friction
4). Less noise, no dust
5). Pass ISO and TS16949 certificate
6). Small wear rate and dual wear
7). Good performance of heat
8). MOQ: 100 sets
9). Packing: Box+carton+pallet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Q:My friend and I want to get one, but we don‘t want a really big one. I asked this before, but the question didn‘t get posted :(
The question is what kind of riding do you want to do? For around town only, a larger scooter would be great. If you want to ride some on freeways, I would recommend a smaller motorcycle like the Rebel 250 by Honda. good luck
Q:The world's first motorcycle.
Motorcycles are also called machine bikes. Was invented by Germans Williamheim Daimler in 1885.
Q:motorcycles brakes are designed to absorb 35kJ/s, the motorcycle and rider have a mass of 280kg and are traveling at 100km/h.how fast will they be going after 3 seconds of braking?thanks
V1 100 Km/h 100000 m / 3600 s 27.78 m/s the absorbed energy after 3 s 35000 x 3 105000 J so 105000 KE1 - KE2 1/2 m (V1^2 - V2^2) 105000 27.78^2 - V2^2 105000 / 140 750 V2^2 21.73 hence V2 4.66 m/s
Q:My motorcycle (a 1998 Kawasaki Ninja 250R EX250-F is running rich after it was laid down at a low speed (tire tucked under heavy braking on gravel, less than 3 mph.) The Kill switch was hit relatively quickly and the bike was picked up within 5 minutes and started. Afterward I lost interest in riding and left it for a few hours. Then I took it out for a ride (about 15 miles) and the entire time (particularly at lights) I smelled gas from the exhaust.The choke appears working properly (the linked slide is actuating within what appears to be its full range) and the bike is idling slightly high (just under 2k rpm.)There are no other problems of note. It took about a minute and a half to start at partial throttle to start (probably flooded the carbs.)I am not an expert by any means and was unable to find the answer online. There have been no idle or rich condition problems prior to the bike being laid on its right side.
First check your oil, a bike that is laying down can get gas into the crank case. If the oil has no signs of gas then its a carb issue. You may have disturbed settled contaminants in the carb that now are keeping your inlet valve from sealing causing carbs to over fill.
Q:My son is 17 - but he‘s 6‘2 and 265 - and I would love to get him a motorcycle but would prefer and automatic. Just one less thing for him think about while riding. Any suggestions?
Hey, I would go ahead and teach him how to ride a manny tranny. It is not that hard. I would just get him a smaller cc ride like a honda 250 nighthawk that is easy to handle. If you still want automatic, a scooter will be cheaper and smaller than the few and a mean few motorcycles that are automatic. In a few years when he wants that larger motorcycle, you will not then have to worry about him learning manual transmission on a large heavy motorcycle. Just my opinion. I was a 25 years old when I learned the manny trans on a 250cc and I am female :) Switching gears is real easy once you get out of first, it's grabbing the front brake in a turn that will bite you. And that is something he will have to learn no matter what you get him. Just take him to a motorcycle safety class, that's how I learned how to ride. A couple of hours in class, I had the shifting thing down.
Q:Why dont motorcycles have pedals (for acceleration/braking)?
Q:I am new to Riding motorcycles and was wondering what is a good started bike. I have looked at sportsters and so on but i havent found anything that caught my eye. I did however see a Triumph Tiger and was curious. I like the bike and all the xtras for it but is it an ok starter bike?
Q:They‘re always jackknifing and sheet. Whats up with that? My 1989 BMW motorcycle has anti-lock brakes, but brand new semis go around rolling on top of Miatas for no reason. So, wtf is going on, mang?
All new trucks are now required to have anti lock brake systems. Some manufacturers have been installing them for several years but the reason they're still jackknifing is that the law only went into effect one year ago so there are still a lot of trucks out there without ABS.
Q:What is the glue on the brake pads?
Brake pads are also called brake pads. In the car's braking system, the brake pads are the most critical safety parts, all the braking effect is good or bad brake pads play a decisive role, so that good brake pads are the protection of God and the car.
Q:Hey there, I have ridden a dirt bike for a good year now, and wanting to upgrade to a street bike. Though I need to pass the exam to get my learners. Now, I don‘t know the fundamentals i guess of riding it on the street. Like coming to a red light which brake(s) do you use, if your going to fast and your front wheel starts to wobble what do you do? or like which brake gives the most braking power (front/back). I guess what I‘m asking is what is the proper way to ride a bike? Since I know how to clutch, counter steer, etc. Does anyone know where I can get a site that just gives a quick over view of this instead of me having to read an entire guide book?? Also I will be going for a safety training once I get the basics down, then off to my exam :)Thankyou in advance!!
It seems you did not learn very much riding a dirt bike so I would go to a 'learn to ride school' before you go on the roads and get into trouble.

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