Casting Machining Wheel Hub Uesd for Heavy Duty Truck

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Item: Hub Diamater from 15mm to 1060mm

Name:Hub


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Production Process: Water glass process of lost wax investment casting or model forging
Standard: ASTM, AISI, DIN, BS and JIS
Wheel Hub Max Casting ang Forging  Size: 1 meter
Wheel Hub Casting Weight: 0.2~190Kg
Wheel Hub Dimension Tolerance: CT7
Wheel Hub Surface Roughness: Ra6.4~12.5
Wheel Hub Productivity: 7500 tons per year


A world class manufacturer & supplier of lost wax investment castings forging in carbon steel and alloy steel, is one of the large-scale professional investment casting production bases in China, consisting of both casting foundry  forging and machining factory. Annually more than 15000 tons Precision casting and forging parts are exported to markets in Europe,America and Japan. OEM casting and forging service available according to customers requirements..


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Q:About ABS brake system?
Same usualMAke sure your rotors are Ok
Q:What type of Brake system does the KIA SPECTRA has?
It would depend on the year and equipment - some Spectras have ABS and others do not. If you want to know for sure, call a Kia dealer and give them the VIN of the car, and they should be able to tell you. Good luck.
Q:How much to bleed brake hydraulic system?
The pressure in the system is very high 2800 to 4800 psi, opening the maintenance bleed is going to give you a shower and the pressure release will cause bubbles to form. Unless you are having a problem (the ALB light is on) I would not mess with it, if you do what to work on it you need to get the service manual. I would just take it to the dealer and spend the $200 to have them flush it and replace the Fluid which is recommended maintenance every 2 years.
Q:Could a bad proportioning valve, in a brake system, .?
Your brake master cylinder as two sections for safety reasons. The sections are two sizes. the largest section is for the front brakes. And I guess you have disc brakes. As your front pads wear down, the brake fluid will also drop. This is normal. If the rear brakes are disc, they will do the same. If you have drum brakes, the fluid height should stay the same or if you have a leak,the height drops. If you do have an increase in the small section, someone either added fluid or you have an internal problem in the master cylinder and may require changing. If your unsure and know a good mechanic, take it to him to be safe. The proportioning value works to adjust braking to weight being carried in the bed of a truck. It should not affect fluid height.
Q:Brake system on a 1985 Dodge 1/2 ton pick up?
The Surfer Blood dude is right on the money. I could not suggest it better. Like him I also change down as I am slowing for exactly the reason he said, the traffic lights change to green, you are already in the correct gear so just power away. In fact I would suggest not changing down as possibly dangerous. In the traffic light going green scenario, a following vehicle, anticipating you will move forward quickly could drive into the back of you if he expected you would be away quick yet instead your are stranded going no where as you are trying to get the right gear.
Q:bicycle brake designning question?
Use physics and find the needed stopping force for your rider + bike then find the reaction force needed at the bike rim by summing the moments. Use this force as a load condition for a cad model and then run finite element analysis. Also look at the many patents out there by shimano, tectro, sram, and campagnolo to get some ideas on break design.
Q:Are there any special tricks to bleeding antilock brakes?
No. Man that Liz above is a real nut case.
Q:Making a braking system on a wood car?
I assume a pinewood derby style track with a guide strip down the middle. I am thinking of an upside down mouse trap. Use some thin spring steel from the wheels of a balsa wood airplane as a guide strip follower. At the end of the track the spring will release your brake. A spike for instant stops, or a pad to press against a wheel or floor.
Q:what would happen if i put brake fluid in a gas tank or cooling system on car?
i doubt it wil cause a fire. But if he has asthma dont put it directly towars him. If he keeps moving it . i suggest you take away his fan . telll him the fan was a privilege, But hes takin advantage of it and tell him does he realize how unsafe having a fan directly hitting him
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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.

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