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Auto spare parts HT250 casting trailer and truck brake disc brake disc for truck trailer

1.Truck brake disc nodular graphite iron casting.

2.equipped with Disa sand process line.

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Auto spare parts iron casting HT250 truck brake disc brake disc

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Q:What do i do about water in braking system?
Well you infinite wisdom child could now learn how to replace brake lines and front and rear brakes and the whole deal, if you scrap it you will have to buy him another junker, so spen the $200 to replace it and allow your son to understand and gain knowledge.
Q:How long will the second stage of the master cylinder on a brake system last?
right all you have is rear brakes the second resivior si for seperating the brake systems so you dont lose all the btrakes. master cylinders are cheap and easy to put in the problem is trying to bleed it you need to make sure the front and rear brakes are good. If this is a stick shift put it in second and turn off the key the engine will chug to a stop on compression alone (try third gear first in case second is too low. In any case keep fluid in the master cylinder should help.the leak may be in a front wheel anyway and it leaked out the resivior.
Please look at the bottom of this page and see if that helps you get a better idea of what is happening.
Q:gravity bleeding a brake system?
This Site Might Help You. RE: gravity bleeding a brake system? Can someone give me the procedures to gravity bleed a brake system?
Q:What is causing a noise in a 1986 Ford F-700 brake system hose?
i might have cut back the element off once I first say how low it became. It in straightforward terms must be low adequate to get chillier air as a substitute air trapped under the hood. i've got seen custom ones that pass contained in the wheel properly!? that could suck up water contained in the rain, no longer to show a deep puddle.
Q:Does it make sense to flush the brake system if you have had brakes and rotors just done?
If this is one of those lube n screw places, some of these guys will try to talk you into changing brand new fluid for almost anything just to make a buck. Its pathetic to have to fend off 4 guys firing questions about this or that, and trying to change fluid that is perfectly fine. My only question for you was when you changed the brake fluid, you likely just did the front half of the master cylinder, so when it comes time to do the back brakes, be sure to flush the rear half of the master cylinder. Its good to change the fluid, moisture can get in there from condensation caused be the high heat of the front rotors in particular, and moisture will rust, and damage internal components of calipers. So make sure and do it right. When I have a vehicle, now to me, I take it to my regular mechanic, and have him go through it, changing all the fluids IF NEEDED, but in general checking the vehicle from one end to the other. That way I know what fluids are good, and what was just changed, and I have told more than a few of these lube and screw places they were full of bullcrap. Don't let some high school kids talk you into unnecessary repairs, and if they do, turn them into the automotive bureau
Q:Air Leaking Sound from my brakes?
breaks allways make a swoosh noise when you press down on them, its the action on the fluid rushing from your foot through the lines, its ok , nothing is wrong with it.
Q:What is an anti-lock brake system?
It controls the amount of brake pressure to each wheel, if one starts to lock up and skid it releases the pressure to that wheel and keeps the car in a Straight line. hope this helps you.
Q:Help! No brake pressure on a 92 Accord but the fluid is at a good level. Pedal goes straight to the floor
Sounds like you have air in you lines. Bleed your brakes first. It is the cheapest way to eliminate a possible cause Basically there are only a few thing in the brake system that can cause this problem. Master Cylinder, Booster, Hard Lines, Soft lines and Calipers. A leak in any one of these could cause the problem. But typically a leak would lead to LOW FLUID LEVELS in the tank. You said that the level was fine. Fluid is thicker than air so it is possible that a seal is worn enough to allow air in to the system and not allow fluid to leak. Bleed the system first and see if that takes care of the problem then go from there. Each caliper has an Air bleeder valve located on it. You will need to get one of those brake bleeder kits from the local auto shop. This way you can do it by yourself. It is very simple and even comes with bleeding instructions. Basically you remove the rubber cover connect the smakk hose and container to the valve and loosen the valve then Pump your breaks a few times. It does help to have someone else helping you as one person can watch the fluid level and bleeder valve while the other one pumps the break You want to make sure the fluid level doesn't drop below the min mark in the resivor You want to pump the brake until a solid stream of fluid comes out first few pumps may have bubbles in it. Bubbles are BAD Lock it down once you see the solid stream Once that is done complete the same for all your brake calipers. Make sure you keep your eye on the fluid level in the tank. if it falls below the mark you risk putting more air in the lines and have to run through this all over again. The brakebleeder kit is not 100% necessary, but it does make it less messy and give you the option to do it bay yourself if you have to.
Q:how do i change vacuum brake system from the carb to the power steering?
You are referring to a hydra-boost system of the type they used on diesels, and on the Chevy Astro (because of space requirements). It uses hydraulic pressure to provide boost rather than vacuum, but you'd have to change the whole system. It would be better to use a vacuum reservoir system like the other guy mentioned, much simpler. There are also vacuum pump systems, but they can be kind of expensive.

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