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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:Does the motorcycle have a bad relationship with the brakes?
How could this be a circuit problem?
Q:mainly riding during traffic or crowded public area?
In slow traffic or similar wherer you're travelling less than 10mph you're better off leaving the front brake well alone. The back brake (in such circumstances) is more than adquate, gentler and doesn't have the tendency to affect steering. At higher speeds (but you're slowing to a slow crawl rather than stopping), then primarily your front brake should be used to shave the excess with a little bit of back brake until you're down to 10.
Q:Today I went on a ride with my husband and we both have gsxr 600cc sports motorcycles. We noticed in the morning after we came from the store that the covers on our bikes where half off and it couldn‘t be done without someone messing with them. When we first took off on them everything was fine. At first it was mine my motorcycle chain came completely loose while I was riding, and then my bike started to make sounds and when shifting it sounded like my bike was struggling and then it sounded like it was taking a lot to try to go over 35 mph. My bike has never ever had these problems. I am crazy about how I maintain my bike. Then it seemed like when we rode a little more my husbands bike also started acting funny making sounds and sounded terrible. What can people do to mess with your bike to make it mess up? We are having the cameras checked at the apartment and what can happen happen if we find out if someone tampered with our bikes and we report them? What kind of trouble would they be in ?
Avatar Tim D makes an important point.NOT to continue riding a bike if its performance is degrading and unexplained. Frankly, when you first realized your bikes had been tampered with, you should have given EVERYTHING a check over BEFORE you rode. Too, when your chain got LOOSE, what was different that allowed this to happen. Short of stretching your chain with an excessive ride , a loose chain as you describe it is indicative of some loose chain adjusting nuts, and/or a loose axle nut . This could throw your chain adjustment out both in tension AND alignment , and create both noise and poor power transfer to the rear wheels (not unlike the symptoms you describe). Curiously, you do not mention WHAT you found to be different as to why your chain etc. was amiss. I would think with your stated previous maintenance that the bike would be very familiar to you, and anything mechanically different would have been easy to spot. and determine. When you corrected your chain tension, did you find anything else loose ? Have you fixed the problems? If there were cameras that monitored your bikes, you should see something if it was tampered with , and you can follow up with the police. In all of this, you should determine what they did SPECIFICALLY to compromise your bike( besides just loosening the side covers). This will be helpful both in determining possible charges , AND fixing the bike. Good luck. Peace.
Q:im 19 and i wanna ride a motorcycle im about 5‘8 and 130 lbs i was thinking of getting a 400cc as a starting streetbike i dont really feel like taking the MSF course. i wanna learn how to ride a motorcycle on my own, is that a good idea? i kinda get how a bike works u twist the throtle shift with your feet and then brake im guessing i can learn/crash the rest on my own
I bought my first bike during the Johnson administration (Lyndon, not Andrew). In those days, you just bought a bike, climbed aboard, and rode the thing home. Just to make it interesting, when I got my first bike, it was at night! You can learn to ride by yourself. In fact just the fact that you want to start out on a 400 makes me think you're moderate enough, mature enough to learn on your own. Just ride it around on some quiet residential streets until you have the controls sorted out, so you when someone pulls out of a driveway right in front of you, you don't have to take a few seconds to think Hmmm. Now which of these doodads is the brake? But I would still recommend the MSF course. For two reasons. One is that it teaches you how to deal with certain unforseen situations (you only have one body!) And the other reason is that if you take it you don't have to take the riding test at the DMV. The DMV makes you do what's called a 'keyhole test'. In the parking lot there are two concentric circles. You have to ride into the stripe between the circles and go around between them without touching either line or putting down your feet. There are people near DMV places that will rent you a dinky 50cc bike to take the test because it really is nearly impossible on a big bike. I know people, experienced riders, who couldn't get it the first time. If you have an MSF cert, they skip this and you just have to take the written test. BTW, be wared that the written test for bikes is not like the one for cars. The one for cars is about rules of the road--making left turns, the meaning of street signs, etc. The new one for bikes is about defensive riding and safety. All these years I've been riding, the last time I took this test they had changed it, and I flunked! Luckily, the woman correcting the test took another look at my record. You're a good driver, she said, so you didn't have to take the written test. Good luck!
Q:I noticed on my motorcycle that I have electric cables coming from my clutch and handbrake. What are they? I imagine the handbrake is for the brake light. But the clutch?
Are there any switches built into your hand grips? Starter, kill switch, turn signals, etc. All those electrical items need individual wires to operate.
Q:a high performance road bike with disc brakes appeals to me, a bike I would not race and would put in a couple hundred miles a week witham I insane?
Based on my previous years of experience disc brakes on bicycles are used for one of two reasons. One, because the amount of stopping power required is more than can be generated by standard pad-on-rim designs. Sometimes a 'drum' style brake is used instead (Ala rear tandem brakes). The second reason is if the riding conditions a bicycle is likely to be ridden are muddy, wet or messy which would tend to 'gum' up a standard caliper style brake (anybody that's tried to stop a mountain bike that has just completed a messy creek crossing can understand this perfectly). That is why many mountain bikes -- and I suppose some cycle cross bicycles -- use disc brakes instead of calipers. For the most part I tend to think that road bicycles would not have either of these issues as there generally is not enough weight (or mass) to require the stopping power of a disc brake nor is a road bike likely to encounter muddy or messy enough conditions to warrant a caliper brake useless. Furthermore, and I'm certainly no physicist, but given the relatively small amount of tire patch touching the road surface at any given time it would seem to me the sheer stopping power of disc brake may cause the wheels to just lock up rendering the bicycle uncontrollable. No, I'd just as soon stick with my calipers on my road bike than take that chance with disc brakes.
Q:Disc brake and drum brake principle
isc brakes: we can see in life, such as some mountain bike brakes, motorcycle brakes, all with the car drum brake: that is, two brake shoes touch the inner edge of the brake drum, by contact with the friction Force to suppress the rotation of the tire to achieve the purpose of braking
Q:motorcycle,such as YAMAHA;Kawasaki; can i ride it in USA freeway?
To add to Chris- some states will restrict first year rider, permit rider to day time and no interstate access
Q:Is it hard on the clutch and transmission to engine brake on a bike? Should you always rev match?
You should always rev match. This makes your ride smoother and reduces wear somewhat on the clutch. Engine braking is there for when you aren't in a hurry to stop or you just need to slow some. The brakes are there for when you need to stop faster.
Q:I am looking to buy my first bike. I have a guy offering to sell me his 2002 Ninja 250r for 1000 dollars. It has 16,000 miles on it, needs a valve adjustment, needs mirrors, and needs turn signals. Since I don‘t know too much about bikes, I was wondering if this is a good deal to buy the bike at 1000 and then do the repairs. He told me the bike does run and that the above things are the only problems. What else should I look for or should I not even bother with the bike?Thanks guys!
Needs Mirrors and Turn Signals? Did he Dump it? It could have a tweaked frame if he did--Bon do and spray paint can cover a lot. Are the pipes and cases and covers at all scraped? (Pipes may be only be on one side of bike, I'm not sure.) A 250 is actually a little Small. If the seat fits you, get a 650--a bit more power that can get you out of a tight spot, where a 250 might Not. Better for Freeway, too.

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