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Product Details

Basic Info.

Model NO.:ISUZU

Classification:Drum

Drum Brakes Classification:Brake Shoe

Main Market:Mild East

Certification:ISO/TS16949, ISO9001

Type:Brake Shoes

Material:Ceramic Fiber

Position:F&R

Unit:4PCS/Set

Export Markets:North America, South America, Southeast Asia, Africa, Oceania, Mid East, Eastern Asia

Product Description

ISUZU ELF NPR57 3300 F16 / 07/84-06/90

ISUZU ELF NKR66 4300 F / 08/90-06/93

ISUZU ELF NKS58 3600 / 08/87-08/95

ISUZU ELF NPR58 3600 F16 / 01/87-06/90

ISUZU ELF NPR59 3900 F / 07/84-07/93

ISUZU ELF NPR59 3900 F / 07/90-07/93

ISUZU ELF NPR61 4300 / 06/88-04/95

 

 

 

 

Q:my brake light wont work from the lever or pedal but if i puy a live to the wires on brake lever it will come on. How can i fix it??? Please help??????
Year? Make? Model? The front brake light switch might be damaged. The rear brake light switch may need to be adjusted. The rear brake pedal pulls a wire that operates the switch. As the brakes ware, the switch needs to be adjusted.
Q:I had to replace the front brake line so I need to know how to pump new brake fluid in the front brake line on my motorcycle.
The same way you bleed automobile brakes - like Scooter Trash said. If you can't find a hose to fit on the bleeder valve, use the battery overflow tube (if your bike has one) - perfect diameter and clear to see when the air bubbles stop coming out.
Q:When you brake, is downshifting basically partially holding the clutch until you actually shift?I'm fairly new, and I noticed if I somewhat squeeze the clutch rather than squeeze it all the way down I brake quicker. I haven't done it more though since I'm not sure if it is bad for my bike.Thank you.
Bike brakes are good enough that using engine braking by downshifting is kind of pointless.
Q:Today morning I locked my Motorcycles back brakes in traffic. The vehicle slide a little(Around 3 - 4mtrs) and the engine stopped. (I had no enough time to pull in the clutch)Is this OK for the Motorcycle?
Its totally fine, its like the equivlent of stalling a dirt bike on a hill.
Q:My son is 17 - but he‘s 6‘2 and 265 - and I would love to get him a motorcycle but would prefer and automatic. Just one less thing for him think about while riding. Any suggestions?
Hey, I would go ahead and teach him how to ride a manny tranny. It is not that hard. I would just get him a smaller cc ride like a honda 250 nighthawk that is easy to handle. If you still want automatic, a scooter will be cheaper and smaller than the few and a mean few motorcycles that are automatic. In a few years when he wants that larger motorcycle, you will not then have to worry about him learning manual transmission on a large heavy motorcycle. Just my opinion. I was a 25 years old when I learned the manny trans on a 250cc and I am female :) Switching gears is real easy once you get out of first, it's grabbing the front brake in a turn that will bite you. And that is something he will have to learn no matter what you get him. Just take him to a motorcycle safety class, that's how I learned how to ride. A couple of hours in class, I had the shifting thing down.
Q:I‘m only 5 with short legs. I also have a fused left wrist so it doesn‘t bend. I‘ve always wanted to learn to ride a motorcycle. My family either has dirt bikes or Harley‘s but I have an old bicycle with the brakes on the pedals. Should I just not even think about it at this point with all my injuriesgt;
I've been riding motorcycles since 1998. Lately I've been looking into motorcycles with sidecars. I saw one at a motorcycle convention in Houston called a Ural. It's relatively cheap, especially for one with a sidecar (from $9,000-$11,000). Because it's a 3-wheeler, it's a lot easier to ride when it comes to getting over the fear of not having your feet on the ground (it doesn't fall over at a complete stop), and you'll definitely not need to put down your feet and damage your knees. I did find, though, that it's a lot different of a ride than a regular 2-wheel motorcycle (I felt like I was learning how to ride all over again). The shifting is the same (except with a reverse lever catch, which works independently from the regular shifter, so you'll still learn how to shift). The problem is in the physics of riding with a big hunk of metal dragging on your right side. You're also not leaning into turns, and the right turns will make you really nervous (the sidecar starts picking up off the ground). It probably rides more like an atv than a motorcycle. Also, there's a Ukranian company called Dnepr which makes the same kind of motorcycles, but haven't had as much Quality Control as the Urals have had. They're also about 1/2 the price (I've gotten $5500 quotes for a fully assembled and shipped unit). Problem is, as a beginner, you're probably less prone to want to WORK on the motorcycle, so I'd suggest the Ural. The motorcycle/sidecar unit will help you keep from stretching out your knees and blowing them out. They turn heads, too! Otherwise, try a light cruiser, like a Honda Shadow. They sit lower (so you can put your feet down comfortably). Stay away from sport bikes, not only because they sit higher, but also because some of your body weight will lie directly on your wrists. Hope that helped!
Q:Anyone heard of Sharp‘s Salvage at Chillicothe, Ohio ? I‘m trying to get their address.
Motorcycle salvage works good on older parts. Advice buy more than one.
Q:I‘m learning how to ride a motorcycle and have been waching YouTube videos about basic skills. One if these was a guy starting his bike in his drive way and he fell almost immediately after he sat on it and started it. That being said is there a special way to start and ride a bike downhill ??Link for videoyoutu.be/6WinhypBJhU
Years and years ago I rented an apartment with two other guys to go to college. When the manager saw my motorcycle her face fell. 'We don't allow motorcycles,' she said. 'They make too much noise'. She got me to agree to push the bike out to the street and coast down the hill to start it up. Which I did for a whole school year. It's not hard, but this guy doesn't really have enough room to do that. You have to 'coast', just like on a bicycle, to get up to at least 10 or 15 mph. Then you put the bike in 2nd and let the clutch out. You can tell to look at this guy, by the way he's dressed, by the way he handles the bike, that he's a newbie. He's lucky he spilled at 0 mph! Newbies on R6s often get into much more serious trouble!
Q:engine braking do you roll of the throttle or do you keep the throttle steady while you shift down?
It depends where in the RPM range of any given gear you are in. I will use my Ninja 1000 for instance. Anything over about 4-5k RPM, and I roll off my throttle, I will experience minor engine braking. So if I am at around 7-8k RPM? Instead of using my front/rear brake to slow down, I would just roll off throttle and I would slow down due to engine braking and lack of throttle. Now if you are in the lower range of your RPM, it is best to still roll off throttle, pull in your clutch, shift down and slowly let out the clutch to start engine braking. If you want to resume your speed, just roll on the throttle until you match the engine speed to remove the engine braking. It is all kind of a balance, and very dependent on what you are trying to achieve.
Q:how do they feel the peddlesgt;and brake? where is the pedal for gas and breaks on a motorcycle
I lost my left leg from the knee down when a car ran a red a light and I hit it. My left leg basically went into my open primary. Since all my bikes are choppers I have since just fabricated a jockey shift with the clutch lever attached to the shifter. I just grab the shifter and pull the clutch at the same time.Another option is an electric shifter. Driving a car is easy if it has an automatic tranny since the gas and brake are operated only with the right foot witch I still have.

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