High Quality Auto Parts Brake Pads /Brake Linling

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Packaging Details:Usually packed by Neutro packing inside,white/colored carton outside
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Japanese car brake pads
1.Good performance of brake pads with long life time
2.No black dust residue
3.Less brake disc wear



Semi-metallic, low-metallic and ceramic, Non-asbestos.


ISO9001 and TS16949 approved.


-Significantly reduced dust development

-Practically noise-free

-Better rim appearance

-Greater comfort

-No brake judder

-Better environmental protection

-Lower repair costs

-Very safe

4.The price will be sent to you soon after get your OEM or Drawings.

We are trying to do our work better to improve our products so that we can make all of our customers' satisfied. All inquires will be greatly appreciated.


Product Name:  car brake pads
MATERIAL:Semi-metallic, low-metallic and ceramic, Non-asbestos
Life Timeabove 40000kms
PRODUCT FEATURES:1) High friction coefficient, Low noise,Wear resistant;
2) Good thermal recession and recovery;
3) Good performance of water proof;
4) Friction coefficient:0.25-0.4/0.30-0.40/0.40-0.50/0.50-0.60
5) long life time


1.Inner box Neutral box white good quality the size accords to product size.

2.Can be according to client requirement and use client brand.

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High Quality Auto Parts Brake Pads /Brake Linling

High Quality Auto Parts Brake Pads /Brake Linling

High Quality Auto Parts Brake Pads /Brake Linling











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Q:I have been told that it will cost upwards of $1000 to have a mechanic do the job and I‘ve priced parts to do it myself which will save me about 60% but I don‘t know where to begin!
Go to O'Reilly Auto Parts and purchase copper brake lines (they come on a roll) and the flange machine (very cheap kit) for making the flanges. Then get the new rotors and pads (if needed), and the a new master cylinder. Fit the master cylinder first. Before you do, put the new cylinder in a vice and fill the cylinder with brake fluid and pump the arm until all the air is out. Use the small plugs to stop the leaks until you fit the cylinder and are ready to fit the new brake lines to it. Follow the original brake lines with the new, fixing to the same anchors. Terminate them and then start to bleed each brake from the rear passenger side then the driver rear. The front is the same; passenger side first. When done, push down on the pedal and it will go to the floor. Start the engine and feel how the brake are. good to go. 50 years fixing auto engines.
Q:I was talking to my friends today about this and one said to pull the emergency brake and another said to turn off the ignition??? which one is right???Thanks
Pulling the emergency brake, definitely. There are two main situations. One if brake fade when you overheat your brakes, usually when you apply the brakes constantly as you go down a steep grade. You can prevent this by braking before the slope and putting the car into a lower gear so that you need to keep the GAS on to keep it at the speed you want, without using the brakes. If your brakes do heat up, the brakes usually feel normal, perhaps a bit spongy, but they don't react as well. In this situation, ease the brake pressure and shift into a lower gear to slow down the car and also use the emergency brake - use it gradually, step by step and keep the button pushed in so you are ready to put the handbrake back down if you need to. If neither of these steps work, try to scrape the side of the car gently against the guardrail or wall. So long as it's done gently and at conservative speeds - you can slow down quite nicely over time. Another possible situation is a (very rare) failure in the braking system. In this case, ease the brakes and push them again. If they still don't work well or if they feel soft or sink to the floor - press it intermittently for a few times and than squeeze it all the way down to use as much braking force as possible. Try to use the gears and handbrake, too, just like you would if your brake were to heat up. Always try to rely more on engine braking than on the handbrake, but do not shift directly into first gear. Try to go by the sequence. What NOT to do: 1. Do not pull the handbrake aggressively 2. Do not collide into solid objects (or any object unless there is no other choice). 3. Do not jump out of the car (this isn't hollywood) 4. DO NOT turn off the ignition. It does nothing to help in slowing down the car. On the contrary - it turns off of the brake booster and power steering. So, your friend who said to pull the handbrake was speaking the truth, at least partially.
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
Q:The brake line that connects the actual brake to the lever up near the handlebars is completely full of air. When I added brake fluid to the resovoir at the top and pulled lever multiple times, it would not pull the brake fluid through, meaning it just sat in the resevoir. How do I get brake fluid to go through the resovoir and down the brake line again, could there be something stuck in the mechanism that moves when the brake lever is pulled in?
open the bleed valve on the disc brake, let the fluid gravity bleed, maybe pump it a little to start. tap the resovoir with a screw driver handle (tap) and the air will come out the resovoir,, keep fluid in resovior filled
Q:what is the size and diameter of the brake lines for a 1994 ford taurus
Cheap wipers don't last too long. Buy a decent pair and you shouldn't have this problem. Another thing, when they are frozen to your windshield alot (I live in Michigan) they tend to not last as long either.
Q:I have to replace a rusty piece of brake line but I am saving some of the steel line that isnt rusty but I have to cut that piece out while its attached to the car. How do I do that?
Mini tubing cutter. Also keep in mind brake system lines must be double flared, not just a std single flare. Your $10 hardware store laring kit will not do a double flare. You make a std. single flare on line, then drop adapter in, and flare it again. The adapter folds the flare over on its self making a leak proof double flare.
Q:I have had the brakes and rotors done on my car recently, say around 3-4 months ago. Recently I have taken the car to the dealer for a general checkup and among other things they recommended flushing the brake system. Wouldnt the brake fluid have been drained and replaced if the brakes and rotors were recently replaced? Does it make sense to spend money to flush the brake system at this time?
The brake system is not flushed or bled normally during a brake pad service unless you ask (and pay) for it. If it is time for a brake system service (fluid flush) and your car's manual will tell you, have it done.
Q:Are Tektro R580 brakes good? How much better are Shimano 105 5700 brakes and how are they better? To me, my Tektro R580 brakes are comfortable so I wouldn‘t need to upgrade unless Shimano 105 5700 brakes are way better. Do all road brakes make slight noise when feathering them? My brakes don‘t squeak but they make a feathering noise when I squeeze them. I hear other riders‘ brakes making feathering noises also. Do any pro tour riders use Tektro Brakes?
noise is an adjustment issue not ''the brakes'' they all do it or don;t depending on mechanic skill actually some PADs do it more than others but that isn;t ''the brakes'' and it can always be fixed wle
Q:I have a 1988 T-Bird Turbo Coupe. It came with an Automatic Braking System (ABS. The normal Braking Cylinder came with ABS, but that part is not made anymore. The only kind Braking Cylinders that are made come without ABS.
so once you replace the cylinder, there is no connection, that is how to disable the abs, all you should have to do, is NOT CONNECT THE ABS SENSOR AT THE WHEEL HUB since the new cylinder came without it, you cannot plug it in anyhow. you may want to call the parts guys at a ford dealer, just to make sure that is how to do it, but in reality you have no choice, once one sensor is disconnected, the system is disabled anyway good luck hope this helps
Q:also found no fluid in the abs motor
Transmission filters are always positioned inside the trans. pan on the bottom of the valve body. You'll need to loosen all the bolts around the pan initially. Completely remove the ones that are in the lowest location. Place a large crankcase oil drain pan under that site. You may or may not need to tap on the side of the pan or pry between the pan and transmission case to free it up. Drain as much off as you can. The pan will be heavy when you remove the remaining screws as there is still a lot of trans fluid inside. A floor jack with a small piece of plywood between the jack and pan will help. When you drop the pan the filter will be staring straight at you. Usually a small bracket with a small bolt is all that holds it on. Buy a good filter. NAPA Brand filters are made by WIX.

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