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Description Of Brake Shoe for Motorcycle Spare Parts



Drum Brakes Classification:Brake Shoe

Main Market:Mild East

Type:Brake Shoes

Material:Ceramic Fiber



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

Main Features of Brake Shoe for Motorcycle Spare Parts

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

Specifications of Brake Shoe for Motorcycle Spare Parts


The main products of our company include:
(1) GOST 12820-80 12821-80 flanges
(2)DIN 2573 PN6 DIN 2576 PN10 DIN2502 PN16 DIN2503 P25-40 DIN2566 PN16 ,DIN2631-2635 flanges
(3)ANSI B16.5,A105 150LB 300LB 600LB 900LB 1500LB 2500LB WNRN SORF BLRF THRF SWRF LJRF flanges
(4)JIS 5K 10K 16K 20K 30K flanges
(5)BS4504 code101 105 111 112 113 flanges

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We have been exported to more than 20 countries in the past 15 years.

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Q:I want to buy a motorcycle, but I don‘t want to just go out and buy one without knowing how to ride. And how do I practice riding?? Is some guy really going to let me test-drive his motorcycle without me being licensed or experienced.??
ride a bicycle-that will introduce you to some basics of balance, steering, braking and road rules. go from there- yes if you pay enough, someone will hire you a bike to learn to ride on. Damage it you will pay the excesses on his insurance. The hardest part of riding a bike is developing safe thinking. Controlling the bike is easy, controlling yourself is much more difficult, but essential if you want to live to get old. Emotionally unstable people should not ride, nor drive.
Q:Please don‘t advise me to take the MSF or anything like that. I am planning on taking it as soon as possible (in the next 2-3 months or so), but excrutiating circumstances require me to get my class M license before I do so. I already know that if I complete the MSF, then I can waive the driving portion of my test to get my class M.What should I expect for this driving test? I have read around and noticed that most people who have taken their test take it right there at the DMV, on a small course they have in the back.However, when I was told what I needed to perform the test, I was told that I needed to bring (along with my motorcycle) a car that was insured and registered, so the instructor could follow me. Now why would they need to follow me if I were merely driving around in the back of their parking lot?Does anyone know what I should be expecting for this test? Will it be a combination of driving on the street AND driving their little test course?Thanks!
Some of the things I would have looked at are the oil, oil filter, air filter, carbs/fuel system, spark plugs, wires, and points/electronic ignition, tires and rims, chain, brakes drums/rotors and shoes/pads, light bulbs, battery and charging system (ie: stator, regulator/rectifier, ect), shocks/struts, any moving frame parts (ie: steering, axles, swing arm pivot point, ect), clutch, and transmission synchronizers. This is all I can think of right now, but it should get you started. If you need any more help just email me.
Q:How did you get from never rode a motorcycle to doing wheelies on the freeway? (What were the steps you took to being able to drive one) and advice on safety and necessary precautions.What do I need to know about motorcycle accidents. I am interested in saving on gas for a cost efficient vehicle and a good beginner motorcycle. And thank you this means a lot.
Like most of us, your first step to riding a motorcycle is to learn to ride a bicycle. Once you have the sense of balance required to stay upright on 2-wheels, you can progress to a motorcycle. My advice for safety: learn to ride from an accredited school and always wear a full set of gear (helmet, jacket, pants, boots, and gloves). The only thing you need to know about collisions (the term 'accidents' implies nothing can be done to prevent it) is how to avoid them. You should always be aware of what is going on around you. You should always be looking well ahead of traffic, and you should always assume the other person cannot see you. A good beginner bike is a small displacement motorcycle such as a Kawasaki Ninja 250 or a Honda Rebel 250. They are fast enough that they can get up to and sustain highway speeds but they are not too powerful as to overwhelm a new rider. By the way, wheelies on a freeway is not only unsafe, it's stupid. It also gives motorcyclists, as a whole, a bum rap. If you want to learn how to do stunts, do it in a private parking lot, not on public roads.
Q:My friend and i disagree, when i pull a wheelie i think finding the balance point and riding it out is all about throttle control, he thinks you should ride the rear brake, I think if you do this you risk hitting it to hard and slamming the front tire down, thus causing the shake that you see happen to all those idiots on you tube and than wreck the bike.
i can see, may be, using the rear brake carefully to bring you safely out of the wheelie but I would stay away from it all together. you would put your self at high risk to breaking traction and being on one wheel may likely cause a violent end to your wheelie, at least for that moment. Throttle control and clutch control are what you need to use, not the rear brake. The traction vs brake concept is similar when cornering. If you are cornering with a lean, then you're traction has been reduced considerably (the contact patch has less surface area) and if you brake in a lean then you're setting yourself up for some trouble.
Q:i changed the pads and bled the brakes in my motorcycle. why aren‘t they opening?
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?
First of all don't bother !! Like the movie said, You'll shoot your eye out !! If you get one then you will only have 2 days of happiness !! the day you bought it and the day you sell it and get rid of it !!! And don't even think of repairing it!!! Not with your knowledge !! It will have to be repaired by a motorcycle shop and often !! You will not have any riding time because it will be in being fixed all the time ,so you won't be able to learn how to ride !!!! Sorry , but you can't have one !!!!!
Q:So, in november I got into a motorcycle accident. Someone pulled out in front of me and I slammed on my brakes and ate pavement before I hit their car. I had been riding for 2 years before the incident, and I am a good, well-trained rider. Now I have scars, and it has been hard for me to recover, emotionally from this incident. I just finished repairing my bike, and I want to ride again. But I am honestly hesitant and scared to. Any advice?
The best way is just to get back on your bike. If you are uncomfortable, pace yourself. Start riding on side streets and small trips just to get back into the mindset. In your instance it's not your fault the accident occurred. You need to trust other drivers again before you are more comfortable on your bike. Another tactic could just be that you need to become an extra cautious biker (I know several!). Either way, you'll get back into it. Good luck!
Q:I want to know the secret to do sharp turns when taking the motorcycle skills test. I heard people say like hold in the clutch and feather on the rear breaks. wat do they mean when people say feather the rear breaks. Does it mean tap it or hold it slightly.
I do the turns without touching the clutch or break. I just use the accellerator. when I use the clutch or break, I have trouble. I release the accelerator when I'm going into the turn, and then lightly accellerate at the top of the turn coming out of it. helps with momentum make sure you are looking over your shoulder that is on the inside of the turn --to a point of about 10 feet beyond the spot where you will do the cross on the figure 8. To many people when doing this turn look at the point where they want to come out of the turn which makes the turn wider.
Q:she will need to know.If you had to teach a woman how to ride a motorcycle on words alone.what would you tell her to help her understand what to do or what to expect?
Most Important: Always wear a helmet. Take an approved rider safety course. Most states will let you skip the riding test thast way, and your insurance will be reduced dramatically.
Q:Why is the motorcycle brake stuck?
Replace the brake pads on the line

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