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bus brake lining  OEM auto parts

bus brake lining OEM auto parts

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  • Size: 90x 9.6 x360

  • Car Make: KATO

  • OE NO.: GG-113/1 UK090-01 15240

  • Place of Origin: Jiangsu, China (Mainland)

  • Brand Name: hi-best

  • Model Number: GG-113/1 UK090-01 15240

  • color: black/brown/yellow/green

  • PC: 4

  • rivets: L7.5

  • holes: 12

  • slot: yes

  • chamfer: yes

  • grade: GG/FF

  • test: chase

  • label: according to requirement

  • noise: none

  • Packaging & Delivery

    Packaging Details:cartons,pallet
    Delivery Detail:25 days

    Specifications

    1.yutong bus brake lining
    2.MOQ:50 SETS
    3.23K, 80,000KMS
    4.CHASE TEST
    5.400 MODELS

     

     

     

    Product Description

     

      

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    yutong bus brake lining                                   

    1.high quality&good yutong bus brake lining  
    2.material:asbestos&non asbestos
    3.400 kinds for truck,trailer,bus,etc
    4:chase test  

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    Characteristic

    • light & heavy duty brake lining  

    • Very efficient when braking and low wearing, minimum loss of efficiency on wet surface.

    • Low wear of the rotors.

    • powerful and progressive brake that doesn't fade.

    • Low lost of efficiency on wet conditions. Low to no-noise.

    • Smooth on rotors, very effective for high line tourisms.

    • Produced f or both axels, it can  be applied on the rear axel on competition vehicles of front wheel drive

     

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    Specification

     

    WVA MAFF BFMC DIMENSION DRUM DIAM APPLICATION
          19932315.1290.0 SV/41/2 203×19×235 410bpw

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

Q:im looking to do a suicide shift on my 2000 vulcan 1500, unfortunately a hydraulic foot clutch is almost a grand. can the rear brake master cylinder be used for the clutch or are the internals different?
I can't say for sure, but I'm wondering if the volume it displaces isn't enough to operate a clutch. While not the most attractive thing in the world, a frame mounted Bendix type master cylinder like those used on 1930-60's cars would since they were made for drum brakes. I know you can still get them for hot rod cars and the same thing is used for surge brakes on stock trailers.
Q:I am looking to buy a customized chopper motorcycle 1971 harley that has no front brakes, just rear. Is it mandatory to have front brakes in the state of Indiana on a motorcyle? Will I not be able to plate it with no front brakes?
A vintage bike that did not have them originally, no. Grandfather clause. A '71 Did. It depends on title. If title says 71 Harley and you have inspections, it won't pass. It would need title as homebuilt and some kind of ASN. Then it would only need one set of brakes on one wheel. You really need to go to their website and look at frequently asked questions or something. www.in /bmv/ Front brakes are Lifesavers on a bike. Either get one with disks or add them to the chopper. It may save your life some day.
Q:i drive stick and i never downshift rev match i just for example if im going 65 on 5th gear and break i just break to 20 shift it in the gear i think it needs to be , now with a motorcycle lets say lets say im going 65 on 5 gear ,if i want to break can i do the same thing? also can i break by breaking then when im about to stop put the clutch in and when what s stop hold the clutch in and shift to neutral or 1 gear with out letting the clutch go?
motorcycles shift differently than cars, you can not select what gear you're going into. you can only upshift to 6, downshift to 4. etc you can pull the clutch in at any speed, coast to a stop (with braking) and then shift, or you can engine brake and downshift, let the engine rev down and downshift again to a stop, or you can do both, clutch in, downshift coast a ways, while braking. clutch out downshift, coast a ways while braking. it's all really complex, and alot easier to do than it sounds. just practice, get the feel for it. brake on the right, clutch on the left, foot brake on the right, shifter on the left. be gentle with the throttle till you know what you're doing.
Q:I am a very new motorcycle rider. I just learnt to change oil and do small works on my motorcycle. I don t know the mechanism about the brake fluid works, but I know it works using the air pressure. I opened the front brake fluid reservoir without thinking. But I closed it immediately. Do I have to bleed the brakes since I disrupted the vacuum/air pressure? Will this affect by brake performance. Please let me know. Thank you.
No, I've not ever had to do it. In future, without sounding harsh, read the manual before touching a system you are unfamiliar with. --Mikey B--
Q:I want to learn to ride a motorcycle. I know all the technicalities of CBTs and all that stuff, but want to know more about actually learning.I definitely want a 125 rather than 50 as I really can‘t bear the idea of getting to work at 30mph. Due to a chav culture in the area I really don‘t want a moped style, but would be open to a vespa style. My preference is for one that is more like a cruiser.however; I am not sure as to how difficult it will be to learn a manual bike, so feel I may be limited to an automatic scooter. So I want to know how hard it is to learn manual - bearing in mind I have been driving a manual car for 7 years.The other thing I want to know is: what is the best way to reduce the insurance cost? I realise that not having a full licence I will struggle to get it very cheap, but feel there must be something I can do to bring it down from the ?350 for fully comp mark.Thanks.
CBT and pounds say British. In USA we have Motorcycle Safety Classes that will lower the Insurance premiums. Many entire classes run over 1 weekend, enuf to qualify as PASSING the test. Manual shifting is fairly easy, your hand now does the clutch and your foot the shifting, the interface is the same, shifting does not go thru gates but simply 1 up or down at a time. CRUISERS have lower seat heights and lean back, Standards sit up straighter, Sports lean forward, their 1 shock absorber makes them sit higher. Scooters usually have a small carrying capacity that bikes don't as standard. Big enuf for a purse and pair of shoes.
Q:I bought a new straddle motorcycle, found the rear wheel brake die, brake mule silk also also brake less, how is it? What place can be transferred,
It is necessary to adjust the brake pedal free travel distance, that is, the length of the pull line, and then adjust the angle of the brake arm angle, if necessary, cleaning the oil pollution of the brake helmet and brake shoe cloth, brake shoes when the brake wear to replace the brake Hoof cloth.
Q:I used to stop motorcycle by pulling clutch and pressing rear brake. This make rear tyre to slip often, then my friend told me not to pull the clutch and directly press the rear brake and when it stops then pull clutch and downshift the gear. Is this method right? I tried it and really it don‘t allow rear tyre to slip, I am able to stop at over 50kmph without slipping the tyre. But I have question, does this harm engine? I change engine oil in 6000km which is recommended by manufacturer.
I don't know what bike you ride but 90% of your braking power comes from the front wheel. Forget the back brake and concentrate on the front. Ignore those idiotic stories about being flipped over the bars.
Q:The front (disc) brake shoes on my 1983 Yamaha Virago 920 are worn unevenly. One is at 90% the other is at 20%. The fluid seems fine, the brakes work okay. Clue- The rear brakes were worn out when I bought the bike a few months ago.
The others are right.When you remove the caliper before you re install it coat the caliper bolts with anti seize.Not the threaded part just the shaft that passes through the caliper.
Q:Hi. I currently ride a Honda CG 125 however I haven‘t been riding a geared bike long. My problem is that I tend to use the front brake all the time as I feel it is more convenient for me and don‘t use the back brake. Do you have any tips in which I can practise using my back brake?Many thanks
Alway use you back brake first and then use your front brake right after stepping on the back brake. The front brake is is 90% of your stopping power. If you cntinue using your front brake as stopping power without back braking you will hit a patch of gravel or sand someday and your going down because the front wheel is going to slide right out from beneath you. Best to use both brakes all the time. Goodluck and be safe.

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