Non-asbestos/Ceramic Bus&Truck Brake Pads

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Packaging Detail:1.Box packing:Our brand box or yours. 2.Outer packing: ten sets of brake pads in one carton box.
Delivery Detail:30days after receive deposit payment.


Bull Brake has four different types of brake pads that are semi-metallic,ceramic,taxi and scorched brake pads



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As stated before, use an unopened bottle of DOT 4 when you top up the reservoirs. Just make sure that you know the proper method of checking the fluid levels. DOT 3 and DOT 4 brake fluids are both alcohol based fluids. These types tend to absorb water because of the alcohol base. DOT 5 is silicone based. Does not absorb water like 3 or 4. It does have a lower boiling point than 3 or 4 do. NOW, never drain type 3 or 4 to fill with 5, or drain 5 to fill with 3 or 4. If you do this the different fluid bases will cause your seals to deteriorate at a very fast rate and you will have no brakes. Bad thing to do if you want to keep living. Use only what the manufacturer recommends. Also, the two types are not mixable whatsoever!
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First off, 50mph is only 3rd gear on my bike at low RPM, 2nd gear if I'm in the canyons and want to keep it wrapped up a little higher. I'll give you my 5th gear scenario: - Scoot my butt back in the seat - Start braking hard with the front brake - Give a little rear brake for stability - Blip the throttle with each downshift until I get to 2nd gear - Let off the rear brake and go all the way to 1st gear - Come to a complete stop with both feet off the pegs Basically, you use the front brake most often, and it can be applied quite hard. If you're not experienced enough yet, you'll be surprised at just how much power the front brake has and how mych stopping power you have before you lock up the front wheel.
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This is vary dangerous stop riding your motorcycle please! You need to replace the calipers! Get new pads,disc,brake line,and rear brake pedal master cylinder while your at it. Brakes are a critical part of your motorcycle. Do what I said to insure proper function. Don't take chances!
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im sure your maunal says how or just ask the guy who you buy the pads from he should be able to tell you
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