Brake Shoe 04495 for TOYOTA OEM

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Drum Brakes Classification:Brake Shoe

Main Market:Mild East

Certification:ISO/TS16949, ISO9001

Type:Brake Shoes

Material:Ceramic Fiber



Export Markets:North America, South America, Southeast Asia, Africa, Oceania, Mid East, Eastern Asia

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ISUZU ELF NPR57 3300 F16 / 07/84-06/90

ISUZU ELF NKR66 4300 F / 08/90-06/93

ISUZU ELF NKS58 3600 / 08/87-08/95

ISUZU ELF NPR58 3600 F16 / 01/87-06/90

ISUZU ELF NPR59 3900 F / 07/84-07/93

ISUZU ELF NPR59 3900 F / 07/90-07/93

ISUZU ELF NPR61 4300 / 06/88-04/95






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Q:I‘ve wanted a motorcycle FOREVER!I‘m 17 and don‘t really know where to look.A few of my uncles ride Harley Davidsons, but I want a sports bike.One of my uncles told me I should learn on a dirtbike first, but I want to have a motorcycle for transportation. I know there are the dual-sport dirtbikes that are street legal but Idk if I want to buy a dirtbike and a year later buy a motorcycle.Anyways, the point is I don‘t know much about motorcycles or where to look.Any advice?
Most of your motorcycles gets forty+ MPG. Some can readily get within the ball park of fifty to 70 MPG (more often than not a small or scale down mid-sized unmarried cylinder like a Royal Enfield's 500cc which gers someplace among 60 and 70 MPG). The bigger the motorbike engine, more often than not, the scale down the gasoline mileage. If you wish first-class fuel mileage, you can must steadiness out the ones engine measurement (250cc to 800cc) could be your first-rate wager and appear for whatever with a tight gasoline tank capability. four gallons (adding a reserve) I consider is common and can supply you a tight replenish time table, each and every one hundred forty to two hundred miles, however more often than not in that one hundred fifty mile variety on account that town using will supply you much less mileage than freeway (more often than not). To fantazam, persons die in automobiles every day, so that's a moot factor. To the man or woman bringing up 50 MPG on a harley, I do not consider so. I do not even consider their smallest motorbike the Sportster 883, will get greater than forty MPG.
Q:Hi. I ride a CG 125 and am thinking about taking my module 1 test soon. Like most riders I don‘t use my back brake as I feel I don‘t need it. I have been riding for a number of months in all weathers and found that engine braking and good use of the front brake have been enough to stop me in controlled and emergency situations. Will I be failed for not using my back break even if I stop correctly?Many thanks.
Q:When you brake on a motorcycle, do you need to shift down simultaneously while coming to a stop?
Yes you do need to shift down while coming to a stop. It's not like a car where you can take it out of 5th gear after stopping and put it into first gear. The gears will not shift while at a complete stop on a motorcycle. You can shift down one of two ways or combine the two if you wish. 1. You can pull in the clutch and slow to a stop using the brakes while shifting down one gear at a time matching your speed with the appropriate gear. If you need to accelerate again before coming to a complete stop, you will always be in the right gear to take off again. 2. You can shift down one gear at a time and release the clutch for each gear, using the brakes and the engine to slow the bike. I usually use the first approach. Brakes work just fine stopping the bike.
Q:I have a motorcycle that‘s fuel injected and throttle by wire and I would like to add an electronic cruise control. I would like it to have the same features as a car cruise control such as set, accel, decel, and cancel. I‘d also like to add safety features like canceling the cruise when the clutch or brake levers are actuated. I have a basic idea of how to work out the PID controller, but I don‘t know what kind of hardware I would need in order to do this. I am pretty sure this is related to embedded systems, but again, I don‘t know what micro-controller, I/O devices, etc, I would need to do something like this.Any help would be much appreciated.
Yes! Most of the higher end touring bikes these days offer it either standard or as an option. BMW, H-D, Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki I know have it on theirs. I've ridden the cruise equipped Victory and Harley touring bikes and find that it works quite well. If the bike isn't so equipped I tend to put a throttle lock, like a Vista-Cruise, on my own bikes just so I can give my wrist muscles a break on longer rides trips. Throttle locks are not real cruise controls though, so they'll let the bike/engine speed change on inclines. They only hold a throttle setting. Real cruise control actually changes the throttle position electrically to adjust the engine power to maintain a set speed.
Q:I remembered that someone told me that motorcycles have specialized paint that doesn‘t let water ruin it. I just want to get a general consensus about whether or not I should cover my motorcycle all the time. Because I‘m taking it to college and we don‘t have garages or anything. Just the wide open nature.
I don't think you're going to find a practical way to keep your bike protected from the elements at college unless there is a bicycle shelter you can park it in (one of the advantages of 50cc and 125cc bikes) so you'll just have to keep cleaning and drying it back at home - assuming you don't live on campus. Spray a little WD-40 on the metal parts to help protect the bike but be careful not to get it anywhere near the brakes or tyres. The only way to properly protect a bike is to keep in a dry, warm, well-aired garage, plastic motorcycle covers are good but they can trap moisture underneath and humidity can rise upward from the ground attacking the finish.
Q:HelloI‘ve been looking at different motorcycles and all of them, when you pull on the lever, will make a nice click. Now, I wonder, what does it mean when it doesn‘t make this click? I ask this because there‘s one bike I like and that particular bike doesn‘t do the clicking sound.
I'm pretty sure that's the brake light switch Nothing at all to be worried about tho!
Q:the motorcycle will not decrease speed by gentle application of brakes, I have to floor the rear brakes and grab the front brake there something wrong with my brakes?
BRAKING IS LIKE A TURD TAPERED AT BOTH ENDS! You pull gently and increase the pressure until fully applied and then ease off. This stops the wheels from locking up. If your brakes are grabbing then they are either badly adjusted or in need of replacement. They need servicing or the pads replacing at the least.
Q:Do not start the motorcycle brakes
Do not brake with a foot brake?
Q:Beautiful loveA young couple rode motorcycle at night.they loved each other heartly. womandrive slow, i am affriad.reply man:no , this is very better woman i exquse you,i am affriad manwell, but you must tell me , i love you woman i love you,maybe you drive slowly man catch me strong womanok ,drive slowlymanok, but you must remove my hat to your head because with cosquet i can‘t drive good .next day newspapers wrotea motocycle accidents to a building and this accident which cut off the brake and one of that drive killed.young man knew that brake cut off .he did n‘t Informed her that problem and Tricked her to love.he fixed his cosquet on her head.and he want heared from her last timei love youhe died because she would live.that is real love.beautiful love
Jack stands or ramps are the only real safe methods to work under your car (when it comes to working on it at home)
It is not so much the bike as the rider and the maintenance on the bike. If you keep decent tires on it-with decent tread, and ride with common sense-you know, slow down when it just starts raining, allow plenty of extra space to get stopped, watch the road surface for slick spots for the bike as well as your boot when you go to put it down at a stop and as I advise-actually do some riding in the rain by choice and buy decent rain gear-Alpine Star is the best I have found so far and water proof boots you will be not only comfortable, but prepared for rainy weather.

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