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Drum Brakes Classification:Brake Shoe

Main Market:Mild East

Certification:ISO/TS16949, ISO9001

Type:Brake Shoes

Material:Ceramic Fiber



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

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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





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Q:I have a 1994 Suzuki Intruder 800. I bought it earlier this summer, probably should have gotten this done already but havn't. How much should I expect to pay for an oil change and also for front and rear brakes?
For parts you can estimate around $20 for the oil and filter. Maybe around $90 to $150 for pads. Of course, those estimates vary depending on the price markup and the brand that is used for these parts. So, for parts you have, let's say; around $120. Most shops charge in the $50-$75/hour labor range. Let's go with something in the middle; $60/hour. The oil change will take about 1/2 hours ($30 labor). The pads shouldn't take much more than one hour ($60). So, add that up. $120 parts plus $90 labor gives up a bill of about $210. Both are pretty easy to do yourself. A few internet searches should provide you with some good helpful hints on doing the job yourself. Good luck. Ride safe.
Q:Hey guys I have a '96 ducati m900 and it's got 2 front discs. Right now the line goes to a line splitter mounted to the frame, I dot like it. Also the lines are old black rubber. Where can I find some nice metal braided lines with a t-split in them? I think that's what it's called just where one line splits at a T to go from one line equally to two discs. Also it would be nice if they fit my bike, where there any other monsters that had this? Thanks guys
Russell may make a brake line kit for your specific bike. You can also go for two separate lines running straight from the master cylinder to each caliper--it's easier to bleed without a T-junction. Some shops can custom make stainless lines for your bike: That's what I did for one of my bikes for which a kit was no longer available.
Q:Hi. I ride a CG 125 and am thinking about taking my module 1 test soon. Like most riders I don‘t use my back brake as I feel I don‘t need it. I have been riding for a number of months in all weathers and found that engine braking and good use of the front brake have been enough to stop me in controlled and emergency situations. Will I be failed for not using my back break even if I stop correctly?Many thanks.
Q:I really hate engine braking because I lose a lot of speed, and it just sounds awful and it drags so much it makes me think I'm doing something wrong..so I was wondering can it be avoided? I've heard that if you rev match u can avoid it, true false?also, when shifting down what are the correct speeds for each gear on a regular 600 sportbike? I know they'r all diff, I'm just asking what are YOUR speeds.
You don't have to downshift to slow the bike. Just use the brakes and hold the clutch in. When you are a few feet from making your stop just gear all the way down to first without letting the clutch out. I never use engine braking.
Q:when we are about to start and run a motorcycle should we start it by our both feet on the ground with front brake holding or just with left leg on the ground with the right foot on the rear brake??
I usually start a cold engine with it on the stand. If I'm stopped while riding, I have the right foot on the brake and the left on the ground whenever possible.
Q:Hi all, Bought a 2nd hand bike. Everything is great, no scratches, no funny noises or vibration. Ride is smooth. I read the bike manual, it says to top up the brake fluid once you see it being depleted front little window at the right handle bar, which it is. And the manual says either put dot 3 or dot 4 brake fluid in.Question:- Is there much difference between Dot 3 or Dot 4? Any particular one that is better?- There‘s still a bit of the old fluid there. Do I need to drain it out first before adding in new fluid? My concern is I don‘t know what the old fluid is. Are Dot 3 and Dot 4 brake fluid mix-able?
Jed is right,. 3 4 are compatible. If the fluid is anything other than a pale yellow CHANGE IT; by completely bleeding until it runs clear.
Q:okay.... soo u know how riding a dirtbike if u brake with the front one... u eat mad ****. now if ur on a motorcycle... in traffic which would u recommend braking with the front or the rear... this is a huge fear of mine... to ride in traffic and having to brake fast.... the eating **** with a 600 pound bike... any recommondatons
The front brake slows the vehicle down considerably but will never succeed in stopping it. For that you need to use the rear brake as well. Remember to cultivate a gradual squeezing action in the brakes. Never use more than 2 fingers to operate the front disc brake. To come to a dead stop, use both the brakes in conjunction. Just to scrub off some speed, the front is enough. Anticipate your stops and let off the throttle in advance. Never tailgate a vehicle. Always leave enough distance between the vehicle in front of you and yourself. Keep your mind on the road and make sure that you are clearly seen by other riders. Wear light colored clothes when riding at night.
Q:i need to know if anyone know where i can find motorcycle parts(2002 suzuki sv650), it ws invovle in a accident and so like the brake pedal needs to be replaced and a few other things, but the pedals is something hard to find and at a reasonable price also even if its to pick it off a broke down motorcycle same brand of course.
Sky Cycle Salvage in Lunenberg Ma. I don't have their phone # but you should be able to look it up on 411
Q:how to remove a motor from a 2005 z-10 kawasaki motorcycle ?
1/. undo every nut and bolt you can find and eventually it will fall to bits. 2/. buy the workshop manual. 3. Ask if your local Tek college do courses. 4/. go to www.carlsalter.cm and down load a manual,free. A Little tip for you. I bought a none runner ?5 paid for it, was a while ago, like 50 years, really, pushed it 3 miles home, ka nak ed, and having absolutely no idea where to start, simply kept undoing things until it was in bits, spread over the workshop floor. Spread out so i would know what came from where. Dad decided I was taking up too much room and put al the bits into boxes! Stripped every thing except the spoked wheels, and eventually finished the rebuild/replacements and tried to fire it up. Two stroke, no idea how to time it, asked my Dad, he did it fired it up, snicked it into gear and shot of backwards up the yard! Oops, timed wrong. Sorted that and off I went. Road it to college 10 miles every night for 3 years, through thick snow each winter, 1960's. Cost me fiver to buy it, ?30 to re-bore, build, paint it, and it never let me down. I had no previous, no manual, just a note pad and some tools. Sold it for ?30 and bought a B31 350cc, in a similar state and id the same to that. Next worked 2 jobs saved up bought a new Norton 650ss, awesome.Now on G S's for (too) many years and still do all of my own servicing etc. Don't do tyre swaps any more hard job with modern tyres. So, if i can do it so can you, so just surprise your self and go for it bro.
Q:If the surface of the road has a coefficient of kinetic friction of .30, how far does the motorcycle skid
In reality a motorbike behaves very differently depending on so many factors. tyres and their condition, brakes, ABS and rider position (experience, reactions etc.) and once the bike bucks or turns and flips or slides on its side,,, where the rider is also makes a difference. You gave a friction figure so I have not talked about the road surface, rain, oil, loose, mud, potholes etc. Your answer should really be something like a piece of string.

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