Brake Shoe for BPW New Type

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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 went to change the brake pads on my motorcycle, since they had not been replaced in a while i needed to depress the pistons in them to fit the new ones over the rotors, but now that they are back on they will not engage, this is happening on both the front and rear. i stood there for hours pressing them hoping to maybe prime them or something. all the reservoirs are full, what do i do?
Remove the brake caliper and pads put a piece of wood or a tool in the gap where the pad were and work the brake, and look to see if the piston is moving out of the cylinder. The wood or tool will just stop the piston completely being pushed out of the housing.If it comes out just loosen the bleed nipple and push the piston back in. With the bleed nipple loose it should be easier to push the piston back. If not it may be seized up and need reconditioned or renewed. Some times you can pull back the rubber boot and spray some CRC around and clean it. Most seals now will not be harmed by it as it is not rubber like years ago.
Q:I was wonder what you guys think are the most important features to have on a motorcycle to ensure a safe ride. Everyone probably has slightly different opinions, but in general I want to know the most practical and essential elements.
Q:Simple question that i want to know answer to.
Simple answer, something broke.
Q:ive heard if the term trail breaking while watching shows about cars and raceing but never knew what it was. please write back and tell me what it is and how its done. thanks
Trail Braking Motorcycle
Q:has anyone tried those pointy looking halogen 1157 bulbs for their motorcycle brake/tail light. i feel the heat on the bulb when lit, but has anyone roasted their brake light lens yet? imlooking for a brighter bulb, but dont want to go LED. i have a tail light out light on my instroment cluster and it lights when i use an LED bulb because of the minimal draw. any ideas?
1157 Halogen Tail Light Bulb
Q:About 3 weeks ago I totaled a motorcycle. At low speeds, thank goodness, my husband locked up his brakes, so without time to respond I side swiped him, hit a telephone pole, then went down. Naturally it totaled the bike and I luckily escaped with only severly sprained knuckles and bruises. I just bought another bike today, and I‘m not scared of the bike itself per se, I‘m just really nervous. My husband says it‘s normal; that he was nervous after his first accident, how does everyone else feel?
At 58 years of age, 15 years of riding and 45,000 miles without one incident, I was in my first motorcycle accident 2 weeks ago and spent a week in the hospital with a chest tube recovering from several broken ribs, a collapsed lung and numerous abrasions. My wife and I were fully geared and a vehicle, making an illegal left turn darted out in front of us and we went down hard after hitting the brakes.I took the brunt of the impact and thank the Lord, my wife didn t require hospitalization. I don t know if we ll ride again, the pain has been and still is so intense and drivers (cage) are increasingly distracted (cell phones primarily). If I do, it may just be around my neighborhood at 20 mph where I can see every driveway and every intersection long before I get there. I never want to experience anything like this again! It is incredibly painful!
Q:When riding my motorcycle, I usually will slow down using the front and rear brakes, and by downshifting through each gear. I do this in traffic so if a light turns green suddenly I will still be in a gear to accelerate.If I am on an open road and want to stop, can I just pull the clutch lever in and coast instead of downshifting (while using the brakes of course)? Would this damage the clutch at all? I‘ve heard it damages car manuals but I want to see what a motorcycle would be like.
It doesn't hurt either one, car or motorcycle.
Q:I was born with a right hand birth defect. I was wondering if there could be alterations made to the motorcycle/scooter that would allow my left hand to control the acceleration/braking.
several things can be done You said scooter so thats the easiest start Since scooters are mostly automatic (vintage Vespa and Lambretta etc. are all manual) a scooter would be easiest to convert, by moving the throttle over to the left handlebar and rotating forward to accelerate. thats half of the right hand function. ALL motorcycles and scooters front brakes are on the right handlebar, the rear brake is either on the floor, or on the left handlebar. Older style midsize scooters put them on the floor, like the Honda Helix (which is still being made) So, if you find a larger scooter, with rear brake pedal on the floor, you could easily convert the right hand functions to the left handlebar.
Q:motorcycle accident on the news?
This is just an artists rendition of what might happen in an accident.It's no related to a specific accident.
Q:I know that the silver wing has 3 piston front and a 2 piston rear. I only have one hand (sill have my right hand) but I still like to ride and I want to buy one. So My question is that I want to put the back brake on the left side and the front brake on the right side. I know this can but done I just want to know how to do it and what parts I will need to do it. So where are all the motorcycle mechanics at !!
The front brake is already on the right side handlebar Ride Safe

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