Truck Brake Lining 19094 OEM                 

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  • Size: 90x 9.6 x360

  • Car Make: KATO

  • OE NO.: GG-113/1 UK090-01 15240

  • Place of Origin: Jiangsu, China (Mainland)

  • Brand Name: hi-best

  • Model Number: GG-113/1 UK090-01 15240

  • color: black/brown/yellow/green

  • PC: 4

  • rivets: L7.5

  • holes: 12

  • slot: yes

  • chamfer: yes

  • grade: GG/FF

  • test: chase

  • label: according to requirement

  • noise: none

  • Packaging & Delivery

    Packaging Details:cartons,pallet
    Delivery Detail:25 days

     

      

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     bus brake lining                                   

    1.high quality&good yutong bus brake lining  
    2.material:asbestos&non asbestos
    3.400 kinds for truck,trailer,bus,etc
    4:chase test  

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    Characteristic

    • light & heavy duty brake lining  

    • Very efficient when braking and low wearing, minimum loss of efficiency on wet surface.

    • Low wear of the rotors.

    • powerful and progressive brake that doesn't fade.

    • Low lost of efficiency on wet conditions. Low to no-noise.

    • Smooth on rotors, very effective for high line tourisms.

    • Produced f or both axels, it can  be applied on the rear axel on competition vehicles of front wheel drive

     

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Q:I will be riding a Harley Davidson Seventy Two.
Gradually apply pressure to the front and rear brake. If the front locks up immediately let go of the brake. If the back locks up keep on the brake. While slowing down downshift and come of the clutch slowly as to not jerk the bike and possibly lose control. Or just stay in gear until your'e going much slower and down shift all the way
Q:what things should look for in when looking to buy a motorcycle?
Sit on the motorcycle. Make sure you can put both feet flat on the ground, and that your elbows are bent when reaching the controls. Can you safely back up the motorcycle a little bit? How about with the handlebars turned a little? If you're already a rider, and the motorcycle is used, have a look at it. If you can do a test ride, get it up over 40 mph. If it wobbles, or if the brakes pulse when you're slowing down (non-ABS, eh), then do not buy the bike. See if the turn signals, brake light, headlights, and horn work. If it has a radiator fan, does the fan come on?
Q:do trial bikes have a conventional clutch operated by a lever on the handlebars, or is it a centrifugal clutch? also how many speeds does the transmission have? and as far as the brakes go, where are they located? it just seems like it would be really hard to do the things they do on trial bikes with the same control setup as a normal motorcycle
When I had a Bultaco Sherpa T a hundred years ago, all the controls were in the normal places (although that bike did shift on the right). I'm pretty sure that that still holds true. I used to turn the shift lever up high, so as to avoid hitting it on rocks. That was pretty standard procedure. And their gearing tends to be pretty tight for 1st-3rd, with 4th and 5th used strictly for riding between sections. I miss that thing. It was back in the '70s when everyone had old VW Bugs. I used to ride right over a friend of mine's, no sweat. I can't believe the stuff they can do today. Did you know Roger DeCoster was the Belgian National Trials Champion before he ever set foot on a motocross course (assuming people even know who he was.)?
Q:I am just trying to find different state‘s requirements on making an off-road motorcycle street legal. Such as: Headlights, blinkers, brake light etc. Does anyone know of a state to state requirements site? I can‘t find one anywhere, not even the DMV website. I am probably missing it.
In most states, if a motorcycle comes from the factory designated as Off Road Use Only, it can not be made street legal. Contact your local DMV and ask if it is even possible to make an off road bike street legal before you invest the time and money. You wouldn't want to spend a couple hundred dollars on parts for your bike only to find out that the DMV will not issue a plate for it. Even if you can make the bike street legal in your state, you may find the alterations will cost more than what it is worth. Sell the bike and use the money from the sale to purchase a dual sport bike that will work both on and off road.
Q:I have a 2000 Suzuki Bandit S. Sometimes when I‘m at a light, for some reason it wont switch into first gear. Other times it‘s really easy. What can be causing this?
Q:In order to brake on a motorcycle, should you have the clutch pulled in? Or is it okay to start braking while slowly closing the throttle and not using the clutch?I dont need to know anything else about stopping power, front/rear brake, emergency stopping, etc. Just want to know if I need to fully disengage the clutch before braking or not.
First off, roll off the throttle all the way before you even begin braking. There is no reason in regular riding conditions to brake while you are still giving the machine gas. Second, braking with clutch is dependent on your bike, your speed and the gear you are currently in. If you are going too slow, then braking without being on the clutch will kill your bike, but traveling at 50 mph and grabbing some brake without the clutch to make it around a curve or corner is normal. You'll be able to feel it when you need to use your clutch while braking. The bike will start to hestitate and if you don't grab the clutch or let off the brake, then it will die. To be honest, you sound like you don't understand the mechanics and regular operation of a motorcycle, and you should take a MSF course. They will teach you through experience. It's a much better help than stangers on the internet trying to describe an action and set of skills in text. Good luck and ride safe.
Q:My .motorcycle clutch and brake levers have adjustments on them 1-6 how do you use these and what do they do?
i own a repair shop,and i doubt that they total it out,they might if the amount of the damages add up to be 80% of the trucks value then they,ll total it out,other wise they,ll fix it back for you, if it was a 2000 model they would have totaled it,good luck with it,i hope this help,s.
Q:I am getting a 03 Chevy Cavalier with warped rotors, and am wondering what it will cost to get this fixed.it has 130,000miles and this is the main thing that needs repair.
it depends on whether or not the rotors have damaged the othe brake components. The rear brakes should be drums and the front should be rotors. If it is simply rotors and pads and shoes in the rear then not much money. Maybe 150 max. But if the calipers and or drums and hardware are damaged it will jake it up much higher. Into the 500s or so.
Q:I recently had the dealership change my rear tire on my motorcycle. I have noticed my rear brake is less responsive than before my new tire. I was wondering how to tighten up the rear brake pads so my rear brake has more stopping power. Any help or tips?
Should be an adjuster on the back of the brakes thats how my geo was or you can take it completely apart by taking off the tire/rim and inspect it yourself
Q:Yeh , so how hard would it be ? and does any one know a rough cost ?thanks all
definite the front drum brakes could be switched over to disk. the conversion demands that the spindles, proportioning valve, grasp cylinder and power booster(if power brake) get replaced. the spindles would want for use yet all different areas would desire to be offered new. i've got self assurance you need to use comparable 12 months LTD or Galaxie areas yet i'm no longer advantageous so examine with a Ford save or a recking backyard that sells used areas the two would desire to have the skill to be sure this. changing in hassle-free terms the drum brakes to disc brakes without changing the proportioning valve and grasp cylinder does no longer be a secure conversion. disc brake are greater effectual and require much less stress that drum brake so a proportioning valve used for drum brakes while used for disc brakes would reason uneven braking. additionally disc brake require a better quantity of brake fluid that drum brakes. this demands the grasp cylinder get replaced. if secure practices is your considerable subject do all or none!

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