rake Pads for Toyota Hiace

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Product Description:

Auto parts: 

brake pads

Position: 

Front Axle

PAGID: 

C1004

VALEO: 

541679

WVA: 

29108/29109/29163

FMSI: 

D1203-8323

FERODO: 

FDB1313

Rate: 

EE&FF

Test: 

Link &Greening Test

 Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:

Neutral Packing, ANTEC Packing, Client's Packing. Corrugated Box,Wooden case,Pallet.

Delivery Detail:

30-45days

Specifications

Brake pads 
1)Asbestos, Non-asbestos, Semi-metallic, Nao, Ceramic, Carbon fiber 2)High noise abatement 
3)Prompt delivery

Core Products:

We produce Asbestos, Non-asbestos, Semi-metallic, Nao, Ceramic, Carbon fiber brake pads .

Description:

    Crossing Reference Number

Application

FMSI

D1203-8323

FERODO

FDB1313

Scania   

 

Benz 

 

Man 

 

Iveco 

 

DAF

WVA

29087

WVA

29059

WVA

29106

WVA

29105

WVA

29062

WVA

29061

WVA

29060

WVA

29046

WVA

29045

WVA

29042

WVA

29202

WVA

29201

WVA

29179

WVA

29163

WVA

29109

WVA

29108

O.E.M.

0034201620

O.E.M.

0024204920

O.E.M.

082135100

O.E.M.

0044202220

O.E.M.

2992348

O.E.M.

1439324

Features:

1.Shimmed, chamfered and slotted to be consistent with OE Design

2.Positive mold process

3.Ultra-quiet performance, low dusting

4.Rubberized multi-layer shims

5.Responsive braking and longer pad life

6.Sensor wires included on those vehicles with OE sensor wires

7.QS9000, IS09002 and TUV certified

Advantages:

1. Production experience: 15 years

2. Items' availability: 1800 models of brake pads, our R&D Department can develop 10 new items per month. Presently the models under production cover European and American Applications, Japanese and Korean Applications, and heavy-duty applications for truck, bus and engineering vehicles etc.

3. Formulation: Asbestos, Non-asbestos, Semi-metallic, Nao, Ceramic, Carbon fiber 

4.OEM Accepted: We can produce any your design. 

5.Guarantee: 30,000- 60,000kms

6.Warranty:If there is any quality problem, we will supply the same quantity goods with free charge to you.

 

 

 

 

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Q:What brand motorcycle speed fast, shock, and modeling cool, domineering and told me the price.
Yamaha is very good, fast speed, the price between 7000 to 320000 have
Q:Motorbike(motorcycle) braking tutorial for beginner help ?
Don't be scared of using them both but you need to use them progressively and don't just stand on the foot brake and a fist full of the front brake; that will certainly bring you down for a close look at the bitumen. I am assuming you are road riding but you haven't said the make and model. Most bikes when braking fairly hard the is about 80% of the braking force on the front and 20% on the rear wheel. If you try to get too much from the rear brake it will lock the wheel and you will be in a skid. With the bike upright apply the front brake using the 3 fingers from the thumb, the front of the bike will dive down and you will loose speed. I would get a bit used to the front brake for upright braking then start applying more pressure and bring on some back brake gently. Then work them both progressively from about 40 mph each time till you are happy with the braking rate and used to the bike dropping her nose; and that is very normal. If the road is wet or dirty brake earlier and with less pressure; if you ever feel a shudder or the back wheel moving around ease off the brakes. Ease the brakes a bit when you are below 10 mph. Once you have confidence that you have a good feel for the brakes you could try using the brakes when you need to reduce a bit of speed leaning into a corner; the same amount of pressure when the bike is on less or the same lean as it would be with you sitting on it with the side stand down; if you need to brake with more lean use less pressure. I can't give you more advise not knowing the make and model of your bike.
Q:How is the motorcycle brakes?
Front brake the most important, you can observe, the front brake system is better than the rear brake, front with a disc brake behind the drum brake, large displacement car before and after the brake Billy even larger, in front of two large diameter brake disc , Six-piston calipers, and the rear brake only has a small diameter brake disc, a caliper.
Q:How do I unlock motorcycle disk brake?
In addition to what Homer said, it could be an old brake hose swelled up, the master cylinder or even moisture in the brake cylinder that has frozen. Was the old fluid clean looking or very dark brown and dirty looking? If the latter, you can bet there's moisture in the system.
Q:Front brakes on my motorcycle squeak?
Well it isn't really a squeal it is a very rapid vibration of the pads in the calipers that are making that sound. What you need is the anti-squeal compound that you put between the backing plate of the brake pads and the calipers and the vibration (squeal) will stop.
Q:how do you bleed motorcycle brakes?
When I installed braided stainless lines on my Kawasaki, I too had a very hard time getting all the air out. First off, vacuum pumps work great for automotive disc brakes, but for bike disc brakes and old style automotive drum brakes, they pull air past the brake piston seals and you never get all the air out. I have one and like anything, there's a time and place for it but not on bikes and antique cars. First off, with a hose on the bleed screw at the calipers, open the screw one at a time and compress the calipers one at a time until you have the pistons pushed all the way in. This will expell as much air as possible. Then slightly loosen the banjo bolt at the mastery cylinder. Holding a large wadded rag beneath it, loosen the bolt maybe 1/4 turn and pull the lever back all the way until fluid flows out of the banjo bolt. Tighten the bolt and then go down to the T fitting. With a clean rag (you don't want to use the old rag and drip brake fluid onto the fender), do the same with the other end of the line coming from the master cylinder. Then do both of the other fittings on the lines going to the calipers. Then move down to the calipers and with a hose on the bleed screw, open the screw a bit, squeeze the brake lever and while you're holding it back close the screw. Release the brake lever and repeat it over again until no bubbles appear and then go to the other one. This should expell all of the air. If it still seems a bit spongy, try parking the bike out in the hot sun all day and see if that helps. That's what it took to get all of the air out on my Kaw.
Q:Why is the motorcycle brake stuck?
This phenomenon occurred in the drum brake system ... ... the other should not have such a situation ... ... brake shoes have been useless ... ... for the brake assembly can be resolved ... ...
Q:Which brand of motorcycle is good?
Jialing old brand
Q:How will I know if my motorcycle brakes is still in good shape?
you will know when they are no good......its called lack of brakes
Q:Take the motorcycle is the first person to catch the clutch or the first brake on the brakes
Do not be familiar with the first brake, the car big turn off. Re-point up on it. If the speed is too fast, then the clutch may let him mention the speed of fierce, more dangerous.

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