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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 have a Honda 250 and I want to learn to ride it without my husbands help. I think the right side lever that looks like a handbrake is the clutch but where are the brakes then? Any other basics that would get me on track would also be helpful. This bike has a kick-start.
I suggest you call a local motorcycle shop and find a dirt bike course. There are usually some in any area. To answer your question, clutch left hand lever, front brake right hand lever, rear brake right foot, shifting left foot (one down from neutral and at least 4 up sometime 5). To kick start the bike your going to have to find TDC then kick it. To find TDC kick it slow until it gets real easy, that's the top, now you have to romp on it. Again I suggest a class.
Q:I do not have a motorcycle license yet, but I plan on taking the safety course this summer. My dream bike is the Kawasaki Ninja 650 ABS, but I know its a terrible idea to start out on a 650cc. The drivers school that I plan on going through lends you a 125cc while you are in class, but going from a 125 to a 650 is suicide especially since I wouldn‘t consider trainers school actual road experience. My mom has a 2004 Kawasaki Ninja 500r and I think she might let me ride it if I go through drivers school, but she still will probably tell me to ride a 250 first. I checked Craigslist for a CBR250r Honda and the cheapest I could find one for was $3,200. I can‘t see myself purchasing a trainers bike for that much money especially since I do not have very good sales experience and probably would not be able to sell it back for much. What are my options as far as working my way up to a 650. I would consider purchasing a 300 ABS but I‘m too worried about investing in a bike that might not be my dream bike.
Get the trouble codes read to find out why. Asking us to guess which of the many possible codes are set on your car is a fruitless endeavor. This is why computers store trouble codes, to TELL you where to start your diagnosis rather than asking for wild off the wall guesses.
Q:i have no restrictions cause the guy at the dmv hooked me up but i had my license restricted for a fta and then got caught driving without them.but have to have a restricted license for 3 yrs.
In NC, your drivers license covers everything, the motorcycle is just an endorsement like getting a CDL to drive trucks with air brakes. So whatever your license currently allows you to do in a car, the same applies to a bike, plus you need the bike permit which has the additional restriction of no passengers and has to be renewed every 18 months.
Q:Hi I‘m 14 and I have a friend that rides a motorcycle on the road. He is 15, but he says you can ride one from the age of 14 in Ohio. I‘m not sure if it‘s a motorcycle. it might be a moped that looks like one, but my mom thinks it‘s a good idea if I start riding one, but I don‘t have any idea how to start. help? Oh and I‘m a girl by the way (not that it matters).
If he is riding legally, it is a moped. You can too: www.bmv.ohio /moped_info.stm
Q:i changed the pads and bled the brakes in my motorcycle. why aren‘t they opening?
They dont release enough hardly to tell is the wheel locked ?
Q:We have a 2006 GSXR 600 and we are trying to update a few things on the bike to make it a little safer on the streets, especially at night. We have already changed the headlights to LID lights which are 100X brighter. Of course, as recommended, we flash the brake lights when stopping to draw the attention of the other motorists but we are looking to buy brake lights that flash or have moving LEDs when the brake are applied. My best description of it is perhaps that snake-like design that trails left and right, up and down the screen. I‘ve tried Google-ing it but the majority of the results are integrated lights which isn‘t necessarily what we‘re interested in. We‘ve seen them around but never thought to ask where the person had purchased them. Anyway, if anyone knows the proper term for what we‘re looking for, I‘d very much appreciate the help. Links are also very welcome!! Thanks.
There are 2 gizmos available. There is one on eBay that I have that works very well. It is called a brake light safety modulator. It is a module that wires in line with the brake power wire. It can be rigged to either flash 5 times when a brake is applied and then go steady, or it can be rigged to flash the whole time the brake is applied. . The other one is a flashing LED taillight bulb that flashes all of the time, wether or not you are braking.
Q:Hi all, Bought a 2nd hand bike. Everything is great, no scratches, no funny noises or vibration. Ride is smooth. I read the bike manual, it says to top up the brake fluid once you see it being depleted front little window at the right handle bar, which it is. And the manual says either put dot 3 or dot 4 brake fluid in.Question:- Is there much difference between Dot 3 or Dot 4? Any particular one that is better?- There‘s still a bit of the old fluid there. Do I need to drain it out first before adding in new fluid? My concern is I don‘t know what the old fluid is. Are Dot 3 and Dot 4 brake fluid mix-able?
This Site Might Help You. RE: Motorcycle: Dot 3 or Dot 4 brake fluid? Hi all, Bought a 2nd hand bike. Everything is great, no scratches, no funny noises or vibration. Ride is smooth. I read the bike manual, it says to top up the brake fluid once you see it being depleted front little window at the right handle bar, which it is. And the manual says either.
Q:What type of brake fluid do most cars use, 3 or 4?
Q:A motorcycle‘s brake is designed to absorb 35 KJ/s. The motorcycle and rider have a mass of 280 KG and are travelling at 100km/h. How fast will they be going after 3 seconds of braking?[Solution plus Answer please]
100km/h 27.78m/s Energy transferred by brakes 35.0^3 J/s x 3.0s 105^3 J Original KE ? x 280kg x (27.78m/s)? 108^3 J Final KE (108 - 105)^3 3.0^3 J Final vel. V ?MV? 3.0^3 J V √(2 x 3.0^3 / 280) ?V 4.63 m/s
Q:I‘m interested in knowing the manufacturing process of the motrcycle parts mentioned:piston,engine block, brake shoe. Also, a full equipment requirement for manufacturing these products and the dealers involved as well as the invoices for these equipment. It‘s not impossible but tasking
Pistons are usually made from medium carbon steel and turned on a lathe, engine blocks are made from steel and are made either by hand (expensive) or on a CNC mill,

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