Brake Pads for Mercedes Benz Sprinter Platform

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Model NO.:WVA29125


Type:Brake Pads



Export Markets:Global

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Packing:Box, Carton, Pallet

Standard:TS16949, ISO


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








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Q:Why did not the motorcycle brake?
You said that the brake should not brake performance is not it? If it is, it should be caused by the wear of the braking system. The initial can adjust their own brake lever adjustment screw (rear brake), followed by the front brake brake clearance adjustment, if it is a hydraulic disc brake to see if the brake fluid has been lower than the oil cup under the line, if it is to add system Fluid, if not to further check the other reasons
Q:Chinese Motorcycle?
Agree w/ the No Chinese crowd. There are probably a few decent Chinese brands coming over but you've no idea what kind of company you're dealing with, no idea what kind of history this model/engine/brake has, and no chance of finding a mechanic or parts for the bike. Zongshen is one of the few that have a tiny established base, but I would wait quite a few years before buying into any Chinese motorcycles. So yeah, you'll save cash and the bike will run fine at first, but then you're likely on your own with very well could be a pile of junk.
Q:Simple question that i want to know answer to.
Simple answer, something broke.
Q:I have a 2009 SUZUKI GS500F. i want to protect my bike in my home and school.
A short chain run thru the front wheel and around a tree or post works fine.
Q:Never had one before. How can I learn how to get started? I want to learn to ride well and be able to repair my own bike?
If you are in the U.S., go to your local Secretary of State office and get information on a motor cycle safety course. all you need is protective riding gear. These course are subsidized by motorcycle registrations (bike plates). This keeps the costs down. The school provides the bikes and skilled instructors will teach you everything from properly getting onto a bike to emergency braking. I've taken this course twice and have no doubt in my mind it has saved my life. The class in my area was taught at a community college on the weekends. It was quite a few years ago, but I think it was around 50 bucks. Half the class in outside and half inside. If you pass, you get a cycle endorsement for your drivers license and a discount with most insurance companys. As far a bike repair, I suggest you start with something reliable that needs very little attention. Good luck, keep the rubber side down and wind in your face. Happy trails biker chick : )
Q:I say hogwash, but can‘t find proof. Uncle says all the weight moves to the front and that equals stopping faster. I say apply that to trains made of steel and iron and trains made of cardboard and cardboard train obviously stops first.
He never cracked a physics book did he? Seeing as how your asking I s'pose you never have either.
Q:do you have to use the 4 Single hung brake pads on a Suzuki gsxr600 motorcycle?
I have no idea what that bloke in the other answer is taking about in any of his questions. As for your brakes, just tell the parts department of your local shop what year model your bike is, then you can pick OEM pads, high performance sports pad or racing pads. You can only use the pads that designed for your calipers.
Q:I was riding motorcycle for few hours and my hip muscles feel sore, basically my legs were the other two wheels of the motorcycle, using my legs to brake and to start, to shift and balance, and it‘s really takes a toll on your legs.
Riding a motorcycle does use different muscles, as Heavy Cavalry said. BUT, you should not be dragging your feet for any reason. You should be able to ride those short distances and push very little, if at all, when parking. That extra work and out of position exercise is what makes it hurt.
Q:I have not long had my fazer and am made up with it. its a 2001 fzs 600 and it had 12800 miles on it when i bought it, i was wondering if i should service the calipers? the brakes feel fine and the guy i bought it off said he had recently changed the pads on the front. any advise would be great as i have read that the fazer is known for the brake calipers seizing.
Q:Bike is an m50 and I like the feel of the disk brakes more. Would rather have two disk up front than one.
Sell your bike and buy one that has the brakes you want!

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