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What Are Drive Shafts? A drive shaft, or propeller shaft is a shaft that transmits the power from the machinery inside the vessel to the external propeller. It passes through a number of seals and bearings, to avoid water entering and damaging the driving machinery. It is also subject to a large amount of shear stress, the equivalent of the difference between the applied torque and the load, and thus requires considerable strength to prevent failure.Most cars and other vehicles use a drive shaft to transfer engine power to the wheels. In front wheel drive cars the driveshafts are between the transmission and each of the front wheels, while in rear wheel drive or four-wheel-drive cars they run the length of the car between the differential up front and the back wheels.The main function of the drive shaft is to carry engine torque to the wheels, while compensating for all variations in angle or length resulting from manoeuvring and deflection for perfect synchronisation between joints. To achieve this they are often constructed as a hollow steel tube with yokes welded on to take the wheels, gears and pulleys. They can be reinforced by one or more rings and are often fitted with universal joints, jaw couplings, rag joints, splined joints and sometimes prismatic joints, in order to withstand the high amounts of shear stress they encounter.Drive shafts are used in many applications, not just in cars, but also in locomotives, marine vessels, aircraft and a range of other equipment that uses a mechanical drive. The shafts are normally made from stainless steel, although aluminium and bronze can be used if desired for lighter weight or corrosion resistance.In early automobiles it was common to use belt mechanisms to carry the power from the engine to the wheels, but this would have been very difficult to do while steering the vehicle, and road surfaces are not perfectly smooth! Drive shafts were therefore developed, and they remain an integral part of the modern automotive system.When a driveshaft fails, it can cause your car to shake underneath you. This can be caused by a variety of reasons, such as a worn out u-joint or coupler. If left unchecked, the problem can spread to other components of the drivetrain and may even cause a breakdown of the entire car.The best way to ensure that your drive shaft is in good condition is to have it regularly inspected by an auto repair professional. This will help to prevent issues from arising, and it will allow you to be aware of when a problem occurs so that you can get it checked or repaired as quickly as possible. Putting off a repairs to the drive shaft can cause damage to other components of your car, such as the clutch, so it is important to have them done as soon as you notice any signs of wear or tear. View More
The Importance of Drive Shafts Many moving parts go into a vehicle, each of which has its own job to do to make your car run smoothly and fluidly. One of the most important pieces that goes into a vehicle is the drive shaft, which transfers the turning power from the transmission to the differential. A malfunctioning or broken drive shaft can lead to a number of issues with your car that may be very dangerous for you and other drivers.What is a Drive Shaft?A drive shaft is the tube that connects your engine to the rear axle in a front-wheel drive vehicle, or the gearbox to the rear wheels in a rear-wheel drive vehicle. The function of the drive shaft is to transfer the turning power from the engine through a clutch to the differential or gearbox, and then from the differential or gearbox to the wheel assembly. The shaft also allows for some flexibility due to the deflection of joints that allow them to flex at different angles as you maneuver the vehicle around corners or on uneven roads.Most drive shafts are made of steel, which is a very durable material that can handle the torsion and stress caused by the turning power. However, some drive shafts are also made of aluminum, composite materials or carbon fiber. The type of material that the driveshaft is made out of will have a significant effect on its weight and durability.There are two basic types of drive shafts: torque tube and Hotchkiss. Both have their own advantages and disadvantages, but both are designed to perform the same basic function of transferring engine power to the wheels. Most modern vehicles use a torque tube drive shaft that is connected to the gearbox and then directly to the rear wheels. This design allows for more direct and efficient transfer of power to the wheels, and minimizes the loss of energy that can happen when a clutch is engaged.On older vehicles, the driving force was transmitted through a gearbox and then to the wheels using a separate clutch. This allowed for more control of the wheels, especially during high-speed turns. While this method worked well enough, it required extra components that added to the overall complexity of the vehicle and increased the risk of failure. Drive shafts were introduced to solve this problem, and they are now an essential part of every vehicle.Clunking Noises When You Turn or AccelerateA clunking sound when you are driving is a common sign that the drive shaft in your vehicle needs to be replaced. These sounds are caused by metal-to-metal contact and can indicate that the u-joints, couplings or bearings in the drive shaft have worn out. It is important to get this issue fixed as soon as possible because the vibrations from a bad or failing drive shaft can cause unbalance and damage other essential mechanisms in your vehicle.Another early indicator of a failed drive shaft is an intense vibrating sensation felt underneath your car when accelerating. This is typically caused by a worn out u-joint, coupling or bearing that has not been properly lubricated. These problems can be corrected by a certified technician. View More
What Are Shock Absorbers? Shock AbsorbersA shock absorber is a part of a vehicle's suspension that controls the up-down movement of the wheel, ensuring the safest control and quicker braking response. It also helps the car to avoid slipping when going over bumps and prevents excessive body roll.Shock absorbers work by converting the kinetic energy of the shock into heat, dissipating this heat in the viscous fluid contained in the pressure tube. Typical shock absorbers are either hydraulic or air-filled and can vary in design to match the needs of different driving conditions.Hydraulic Shock AbsorbersIn a standard shock absorber, a piston moves up and down through a pressure tube in the vehicle's suspension. This up and down motion forces a small amount of hydraulic fluid through holes in the piston head, slowing down the spring and suspension movement.Oil Shock AbsorbersIf you drive an old vehicle that has oil shock absorbers, there's a good chance you're happy with its ride quality and handling. However, if you're not satisfied with the way your car drives or if you want "more" from it, then it may be time to upgrade to gas shock absorbers.Adaptive Shock AbsorbersAnother way of improving the performance of shock absorbers is to use a new technology known as acceleration sensitive damping (ASD). This technology enables the shock absorber to react immediately to bumps on the road, eliminating the usual tradeoff between comfort and safety.It is essential that you replace worn shocks on your truck when they're due to ensure the safety and smooth functioning of your suspension system. Keeping your shocks in good working order can help you to prolong the life of your tires, reduce operating expenses and protect your investment. View More
The Importance of Brake Disc? Brake Disc is a component of the braking system on a vehicle that slows the wheel by mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic or electromagnetic means. The brake disc is connected to the wheel rim and is a part of the braking system on most cars and light trucks.During braking, the kinetic energy of the vehicle is converted into thermal energy via friction between the brake pads and the brake disc. This is done to generate a braking force that is transmitted from the caliper, through the brake hose and into the wheel hub. This force is then transmitted to the wheel rim, causing the driver to stop.The temperature of the rotor surface changes as the brake is applied and the coefficient of friction (m) varies with this change. Friction materials can vary +-10% from their nominal values.This variation is often mistaken for a "warped" brake disc; however, warping refers to the disc's surface deforming due to heat. A more common cause of disc thickness variation is uneven pad material transfer.Uneven pad material transfer occurs when the braking pads are not broken-in properly or are improperly selected for the given brake application. In a properly broken-in system, the disc and pads are heavily applied multiple times in succession to create a smooth interface between them.The most important factor in preventing uneven pad material transfer is the proper selection of brake pads. When a brake pad is chosen for the application, the selection should be made in accordance with the optimum temperatures that it will operate at. This selection is often done by analyzing the brake system at different times of the year, as well as the climate and weather conditions. The brake pads should also be changed as soon as they are no longer performing satisfactorily. View More
The Importance of Shock Absorbers Shock Absorbers are a critical part of your vehicle’s suspension system. They absorb shock from road defects like potholes and speed bumps to keep your tyres on the ground.Shocks are designed for different vehicles to meet the unique demands of their driving environment. For instance, the hefty axle-wheel combination in a heavy-duty truck and some vans requires a different type of shock absorber than that used in a lighter sports car.When a bump or pothole strikes the axle, the shocks are responsible for controlling its movement to ensure firm tire-to-road contact, which is essential for safe steering, handling and load control. A failure in a shock absorber may lead to loss of control, damage to the springs and other steering components and a decrease in driver comfort and safety.A simple test is done at a service shop to detect shock absorber failure. The technician shakes the wheel to a certain degree and watches how long it takes for the shock to dampen the motion.If it takes longer than expected or falls outside the limits of the testing equipment, the shocks need replacement.Typically, shocks lose effectiveness slowly over time, so they should last 50,000 to 100,000 miles before needing replacement. But if your shocks are starting to wear out, it’s best to have them checked as soon as possible to prevent costly repairs and reduce risk of damage.Shocks can also be a source of trouble for commercial vehicle operators, so it’s important to schedule regular shock inspection and maintenance with a qualified service provider. The result is reduced cost-per-mile and a safer, more comfortable drive. View More
What You Need to Know Shock Absorbers Shock Absorbers are a part of your vehicle's suspension system. They are responsible for cushioning the up-and-down movement of your vehicle's springs, which reduces vibration and makes driving smoother.How Shock Absorbers WorkThe basic structure of shock absorbers consists of a piston in a reservoir of fluid, called oil. The piston moves up and down with the up-and-down movement of your car's suspension, which compresses and expands the fluid. The fluid creates pressure on both sides of the piston head and on the base of the cylinder. The oil expands when the piston moves up and contracts when it moves down, which dampens the springs.How Long Does a Shock Absorber Last?Like any other part on your car, a shock absorber's effectiveness slowly deteriorates over time. This can be due to driving conditions and road surface. If you notice that your shocks are losing their effectiveness, it's time to have them replaced.How to Test Your Shock AbsorbersIf your shocks have started leaking, it's time for them to be replaced. This happens because the oil inside them leaks out. The oil is essential for damping bumps on the road, so it will stop working if it runs out.How to Maintain Your Shock AbsorbersMaintaining shock absorbers on light trucks and sport utility vehicles (SUVs) is different from that on cars. SUVs and trucks travel at much higher speeds over rough roads, so the bodies of their shock absorbers must be larger to help dissipate heat created by the axle and body's motions. Also, many trucks and SUVs have air-spring rear suspensions, which allow them to offset shifts in ride height to prevent bottoming out. View More
How Long Do Brake Pads Last? Your vehicle’s brake pads are one of its most vital components. When you press down on your brake pedal, they squeeze the brake rotors to reduce your speed and bring you to a stop safely.The lifespan of a set of brake pads can vary depending on your driving habits and the type of brake pad compound you use. However, you can generally expect them to last between 30,000 and 70,000 miles.Brake pad lifespan is also influenced by the type of car you drive and how you drive it. For example, if you drive a lot on the motorway then your brake pads will wear quicker than if you take longer urban journeys where you often stop and start at traffic lights and roundabouts.When you need new brake pads, an automotive technician at our Elk Grove, CA Honda service center will be able to recommend the best kind of pads for your particular driving habits and vehicle. Many manufacturers offer a range of compounds in their pad lines.Ceramic vs Metallic vs OrganicThe choice of material for your brake pads is entirely up to you, but there are several advantages to choosing a more expensive compound. Ceramics are excellent at absorbing heat and retaining it for longer, so they can cope with more intense braking without overheating or losing their braking performance.Metallic brake pads are also more suited to heavier vehicles and trucks that require a high level of braking force to slow down quickly. They are a little more expensive than either ceramic or organic pads, but they are usually much quieter and produce less dust. View More
Choosing the Right Brake Pads for Your Truck Brake pads and brake rotors are two critical parts of your vehicle’s braking system. When you apply the brakes, the caliper squeezes or clamps the brake pads onto the spinning brake rotor to slow and stop your vehicle.There are three main types of brake pads: ceramic, semi metallic and non-asbestos organic (NAO). Each one has its own unique qualities.When a brake pad grabs on to a rotor, it generates friction, which heats up and causes the pad and rotor to stick together. This friction transfers small amounts of the pad’s friction material onto the rotor, providing the braking force needed to slow and stop your vehicle.Aside from stopping your car, brake pads also help to absorb and disperse heat. They also have a number of different features to enhance their performance, like slots and chamfers.The right type of brake pads will help you stop your truck when you need it the most. However, choosing the wrong ones can cause problems.The most common and cost-effective choice is low-metallic, non-asbestos organic (NAO) pads, which tend to be quiet and produce less dust than metallic brake pads. The downside is that they can wear out faster, which means you will need to replace them more frequently. For this reason, it’s important to choose a quality product that will give you years of reliable service. This way, you can avoid costly repairs down the road. And don’t forget to check your brake pad thickness periodically, as this will ensure a safe and efficient braking experience. View More
Suspension & Chassis Parts of performance features and benefits The suspension of a vehicle is a complex system, working in harmony with braking and steering. It also works to minimize the impact of bumps, potholes, uneven pavement and other driving hazards.A car's suspension is a set of mechanical connections, springs and dampers that connect the wheels to the chassis. It's responsible for absorbing the shock from a bump and softening the impacts of rough surfaces, while also keeping the tires on the road to help maintain proper wheel alignment.Some vehicles have shock absorbers, while others use struts to support the coil springs. The latter is more common in many front-wheel-drive cars and trucks.Struts and shocks are replaced in pairs when changing the front or rear suspension. Upper strut bearing assemblies may need replacing if they are rusted, loose or worn.Sway bars are another key component of the front or rear suspension. They add lateral stiffness to the front or rear suspension, reducing body roll and improving handling.Tires are an important component of the suspension, offering a wide range of performance features and benefits. Some are designed to offer excellent grip in dry conditions, while others are designed for a quieter ride and improved fuel economy.Whether you're planning a complete overhaul of your vehicle's suspension or just need a few suspension parts for a quick upgrade, NAPA Auto Parts has the parts you need. We stock a full selection of both stock and aftermarket suspension components that are compatible with all major makes and models. View More
The future of drive shafts: advancements in technology and design As the automotive industry continues to evolve, so too does the technology and design of drive shafts. Drive shafts, which are responsible for transferring power from the engine to the wheels, are a critical component of modern vehicles. In recent years, advancements in technology and design have led to improvements in performance, efficiency, and durability. One of the most significant developments in drive shaft technology is the use of composite materials, such as carbon fiber and fiberglass, in their construction. Composite drive shafts offer several advantages over traditional metal drive shafts, including reduced weight, increased strength, and improved resistance to fatigue and corrosion. The use of composite materials has also enabled manufacturers to produce drive shafts with more complex shapes and configurations, which further enhances their performance. Another area of innovation in drive shaft technology is the use of electronic sensors and controls. By incorporating sensors into the drive shaft, vehicle manufacturers can monitor its performance and make adjustments in real-time to optimize efficiency and performance. For example, electronic sensors can detect changes in torque and vibration, allowing for more precise control of the vehicle's power output. In addition to these advancements, there are also ongoing efforts to improve the manufacturing processes used to produce drive shafts. Automation and robotics are increasingly being used in the production of drive shafts, which leads to greater precision, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness. Looking ahead, the future of drive shafts is likely to be characterized by continued innovation and refinement. As vehicle manufacturers seek to improve performance, efficiency, and sustainability, we can expect to see further advancements in drive shaft technology and design. This may include the development of new materials, the use of advanced sensors and controls, and the integration of drive shafts with other vehicle systems. In conclusion, the future of drive shafts is an exciting area of innovation in the automotive industry. With continued advancements in technology and design, we can expect to see improvements in performance, efficiency, and durability. As we move towards a more sustainable future, drive shafts will play an increasingly important role in helping to power the vehicles of tomorrow. 44305-60040 TO-11 HIGH QUALITY C.V. JOINT KIT FOR TOYOTA OE Number: 44305-60040 Fitting Position : Wheel Side External Teeth : 30mm Internal Teeth : 27mm Seal Diameter : 61.8 mm  Model:Toyota View More
The evolution of brake shoes: from drum to disc brakes The evolution of brake shoes has been a critical aspect of the development of modern automobiles. Over the years, we have witnessed a shift from traditional drum brakes to modern disc brakes. This transition has brought with it numerous benefits, including better performance, greater safety, and improved durability. Drum brakes, which were prevalent in older vehicles, were a mechanical braking system that relied on a set of shoes that would press against the inner surface of the drum to bring the vehicle to a halt. The design of drum brakes was relatively simple, which made them easy to produce and affordable to maintain. However, they had several limitations, such as a tendency to overheat and fade under prolonged use, which compromised their safety. In contrast, disc brakes, which are now commonplace in modern vehicles, use a caliper and rotor system that clamps down on a disc, causing friction and bringing the vehicle to a stop. The design of disc brakes offers several advantages over drum brakes. Firstly, they have better heat dissipation capabilities, which improves their safety under prolonged use. Secondly, they offer greater stopping power, which makes them ideal for high-performance vehicles. Finally, they are easier to maintain and replace. In addition to these benefits, the development of disc brakes has paved the way for further advancements in braking technology, such as anti-lock brake systems (ABS) and electronic stability control (ESC), which improve vehicle safety even further. In conclusion, the evolution of brake shoes from drum to disc brakes has been a significant development in the automotive industry. The shift to disc brakes has brought numerous benefits, including better performance, greater safety, and improved durability. With further advancements in braking technology on the horizon, we can expect even more significant improvements in vehicle safety and performance in the years to come. K6602 CARS FRICTION MATERIAL DRUM BRAKE SHOES SET FOR TOYOTA OE Number: 04495-04010 Application area: Front Axle, Rear Axle Product Size: 300MM*60MM Applicable models: TOYOTA View More
What should I pay attention to when buying brake drums? When buying brake drums, there are several factors that you should pay attention to in order to ensure that you choose the right product for your needs. Here are some things to consider: Size: Make sure that you choose a brake drum that is the correct size for your vehicle. Check the specifications for your vehicle to ensure that you are purchasing a brake drum that fits correctly. Material: Brake drums are typically made from cast iron or steel. Cast iron is more durable and long-lasting, while steel is lighter and may offer better heat dissipation. Brand and Quality: Choose a reputable brand that is known for producing high-quality brake drums. Look for products with good reviews and a history of reliability. Price: Brake drums can vary in price, so consider your budget when choosing a product. Keep in mind that cheaper brake drums may not be as durable or long-lasting as more expensive models. Wear and Tear: Check the condition of your current brake drums to determine if they need to be replaced. Look for signs of wear, such as cracks, grooves, or warping. If your brake drums are worn, it is important to replace them as soon as possible to ensure safe operation of your vehicle. Compatibility: Make sure that the brake drum is compatible with your vehicle's braking system. Some brake drums are designed for specific makes and models, so check the specifications to ensure that the product you choose will work with your vehicle. Warranty: Look for a brake drum that comes with a warranty. A good warranty can provide peace of mind and protect you from unexpected repairs or replacements. AUTO BRAKE PARTS CAR REAR BRAKE DRUM FOR VOLKSWAGEN 2H0 609 617 product name:Brake drum OE Number:2H0 609 617 Application area:Rear Applicable models:VOLKSWAGEN Product Size Diameter:335 mm Drum Diameter:295 mm Applicable models:VOLKSWAGEN AMAROK (2HA, 2HB, S1B, S6B, S7A, S7B)  View More
Have you heard about Brake Hose? A brake hose is a flexible tube that carries brake fluid from the brake pipes to the brake calipers or wheel cylinders in a vehicle's braking system. The brake hose is an essential part of the hydraulic brake system, and it connects the brake lines or pipes that run from the brake master cylinder to the brake calipers or wheel cylinders. The brake hose is typically made of reinforced rubber or braided stainless steel to withstand the high pressure and constant flexing of the braking system. It is designed to be flexible, allowing for the wheels to move up and down while still maintaining a constant supply of brake fluid to the calipers or wheel cylinders. The brake hose plays a critical role in the safe and efficient operation of a vehicle's braking system, and it is important to regularly inspect and replace the brake hoses if they show signs of wear or damage. The advantages of using brake hoses in a vehicle's braking system include: Flexibility: Brake hoses are flexible, allowing for the wheels to move up and down while still maintaining a constant supply of brake fluid to the calipers or wheel cylinders. Durability: Brake hoses are designed to withstand high pressure and constant flexing, making them durable and reliable. Resistance to corrosion: Brake hoses are typically made of materials that are resistant to corrosion, such as reinforced rubber or braided stainless steel. Ease of installation: Brake hoses are easy to install and replace, which makes them a cost-effective solution for repairing or upgrading a vehicle's braking system. Enhanced braking performance: Brake hoses play a critical role in maintaining the hydraulic pressure required for effective braking performance, helping to ensure the safe and efficient operation of a vehicle's braking system. Compatibility: Brake hoses are available in a range of sizes and configurations, making them compatible with a wide range of vehicles and braking systems. Safety: The use of high-quality brake hoses in a vehicle's braking system is essential for safe driving, as it helps to ensure reliable and effective braking performance, even in challenging driving conditions. AUTO BRAKE PARTS OIL PIPE STEEL WIRE FLEXIBLE HOSE HYDRAULIC RUBBER HOSE BRAKE HOSE FOR AUDI VOLVO OE Number: 60718545,443611707 Installation location:Front Axle left and right Applicable models:AUDI 100,200,GOLF/VOLVO 740,850,940,960 View More
What are Car Brake Calipers? Without brake calipers, the car's braking system would break down. That's where the all-important brake calipers come in. These vehicle components connect the brake pads together so both will make contact with the surface of the brake rotors, slowing the car down or stopping it altogether. Let's learn more about brake calipers below! Brake system To fully understand the importance of brake calipers, we must be familiar with the technical terms involved and the other components that make up a car's braking system. disc brake Most cars these days have disc brakes, but usually only in the front wheels. Although, some vehicles also have disc brakes on the rear. In this braking system, the wheels are attached to rotors or discs made of metal. Meanwhile, the brake calipers look like clamps above the rotors. brake pads Looking at the caliper, two plates made of metal are attached to a specific material, causing friction. The correct term for these metal plates is brake pads. There are two types of brake pads: outer and inner. Obviously, the outboard brake pads are on the outside of the rotor. They are facing the curb. The inner brake pads are located inside the rotor, facing the car. Once the brake pedal is pressed, the hydraulic fluid from the master cylinder creates hydraulic pressure in the pistons of the brake calipers. This part of the process forces the brake pads into contact with the rotor. The friction material of the bearing pads is so strong that it actually affects the movement of the rotor. Since the rotor is attached to the wheel, the dynamics always follow the wheel. For a functioning car, it's impossible for the rotors and wheels not to work at the same time. drum brake This braking system is only found in older models. It consists of a rotating drum with brake shoes. These two components in a drum brake system create friction that slows the wheels. Their friction traps gas and heat into the drums, causing brake fade, or loss of power to brake the car. That's why new cars don't use drum brakes. Disc brakes are more reliable than drum systems because the pads are not contained within a metal interior. Brake pads require ventilation to avoid rapid heat build-up. Drum brakes can now still be used as long as they are located at the rear. The rear wheels don't need much braking power. Types of brake calipers Brake calipers come in two main types: floating and fixed. Float can also be called a vernier caliper. Check the similarities and differences between floating and fixed calipers: Floating Caliper The movement of the floating caliper is an in and out movement. This type of caliper can only have a maximum of two pistons on the inside of the rotor. When you step on the brake pedal, the piston compresses the entire caliper, thanks to the brake pads, causing friction on each side of the rotor. Fixed brake caliper Floating calipers are fixed sums. While the floating caliper follows a certain movement, the fixed caliper doesn't move at all. The pistons that hold the calipers are also located on the inside and outside of the rotor. The disadvantage of this caliper is the cost of the piston. Some fixed calipers contain more than two pistons on either side. Only if the owner can afford the expense, the rotor can actually have twelve pistons around it. Brake Caliper and Vehicle Dimensions Clamping force is the basis for how strong a brake caliper is at stopping a vehicle. It specifically refers to the forces exerted on the rotor surface. Strong clamping forces are only possible if the friction material of the brake pads is effective and wide. Also, the number of pistons affects force. BRAKE SYSTEM AUTO PARTS CAR ACCESSORIES DISC BRAKE CALIPER FOR KOREAN CAR HYUNDAI KIA OE Number: 58110-2E000 Installation location:Front Axle,Left Applicable models:HYUNDAI TUCSON (JM) View More
How much do you know about Shock Absorbers? Shock absorbers are mechanical devices that are designed to smooth out and control the motion of a vehicle's suspension system. They are typically found in vehicles with a suspension system, such as cars, trucks, and motorcycles, and their purpose is to reduce the amount of bounce, vibrations, and other motion that is transmitted to the vehicle's passengers. Shock absorbers work by converting kinetic energy (motion) into thermal energy (heat) through a process called damping. This is achieved through the use of hydraulic fluid that is forced through a piston inside the shock absorber. As the piston moves up and down, it compresses and decompresses the fluid, which resists the motion and absorbs the energy. There are two main types of shock absorbers: hydraulic and hydraulic/pneumatic. Hydraulic shock absorbers use hydraulic fluid to provide damping, while hydraulic/pneumatic shock absorbers use both hydraulic fluid and compressed air. In conclusion, shock absorbers are important components of a vehicle's suspension system that are designed to control the motion of the vehicle and provide a smoother, more comfortable ride for passengers. They work by converting kinetic energy into thermal energy through the use of hydraulic fluid and/or compressed air. CAR SHOCK ABSORBER 55311-2H100 55311-2H101 FOR HYUNDAI ELANTRA SALOON FRONT SHOCK ABSORBER SUSPENSION product name:Shock Absorber OE Number:55311-2H100  Application area:REAR Applicable models:HYUNDAI View More
Do you understand how auto parts last for a long time? If you want auto parts to have a long service life, you need to pay attention to the following: avoid heat Engine piston temperature is too high, which can easily lead to overheating and melting, resulting in cylinder clinging; rubber seals, triangular tapes, tires, etc. are overheated, and are prone to premature aging, performance degradation, and shortened service life; electrical equipment such as starters, generators, and regulators If the coil is overheated, it is easy to burn out and be scrapped. Avoid reaction The engine cylinder head gasket cannot be installed upside down, otherwise it will cause premature ablation and damage to the cylinder head gasket; The chevron points to the rear. avoid dirty If parts such as fuel filter, oil filter, air filter, hydraulic oil filter and various filter screens are too dirty, the filtering effect will deteriorate. Dirty parts such as water tank cooling fins, air-cooled engine block and cylinder head cooling fins, and cooler cooling fins will cause poor heat dissipation and excessive temperature. Avoid The engine valve lock pieces should be installed in pairs. If they are missing or missing, the valves will be out of control and the pistons will be damaged; the cotter pins, locking screws, safety plates or If the anti-loosening devices such as spring pads are missing, serious failures may occur during use; if the oil nozzle used to lubricate the gears in the timing gear chamber of the engine is missing, it will cause serious oil leakage there. avoid washing For the paper air filter element of the engine, do not use any oil to clean it; for leather parts, it is not suitable to use oil to clean it. Avoid oil If the paper filter element of the dry air filter of the engine is stained with oil, it is easy to suck the mixed gas with a high concentration into the cylinder, resulting in insufficient air volume, increased fuel consumption, and reduced engine power; if the triangular tape is stained with oil, It will accelerate its corrosion and aging; brake shoes, dry clutch friction plates, brake bands, etc. are stained with oil, which will threaten driving safety. Tire rubber is very sensitive to oil corrosion, and contact with oil will soften or peel the rubber. avoid pressure If the tire casing is stored in a stack for a long time and is not turned over in time, it will be deformed due to extrusion; if the paper filter element of the air filter and fuel filter is squeezed, it cannot reliably filter; Rubber oil seals, triangular tapes, oil pipes, etc. cannot be squeezed. avoid repetition Some parts should be used once, but individual drivers or repairmen reuse them for saving or because they don't understand the "taboo", which can easily lead to accidents. avoid fire Rubber products such as tires, triangular tapes, cylinder liner water blocking rings, rubber oil seals, etc., will be easily deteriorated or damaged if they are close to the fire source, and on the other hand, they may cause fire accidents. BRAKE SYSTEM BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER BRAKE MASTER PUMP CAR ACCESSORIES FOR HONDA ACCORD OE Number: 46100-S84-A52 Diameter:25.4 mm Applicable models:HONDA ACCORD VI (CK, CG, CH, CF8) /HONDA ACCORD VI Coupe (CG)  View More
How much do you know about brake discs? A brake disc, also known as a rotor, is a component of a vehicle's braking system that is located at the wheel hub. It rotates along with the wheel and is designed to stop the vehicle by applying friction to the brake pads. The brake disc typically consists of a metal disc with a smooth surface, which is attached to the wheel hub. When the brake pedal is pressed, brake pads mounted on a brake caliper clamp onto the disc, creating friction which slows down and stops the rotation of the wheel. There are different types of brake discs available on the market, such as: Vented brake disc: This type of brake disc has small channels or "vents" that allow for better heat dissipation and cooling. Solid brake disc: This type of brake disc is a solid piece of metal with no channels or vents. It is typically used on smaller vehicles and motorcycles. Drilled brake disc: This type of brake disc has small holes drilled into it to improve cooling and reduce weight. Slotted brake disc: This type of brake disc has grooves or slots cut into it to help remove dust and debris, which can improve the brake's performance. Brake discs are designed to withstand the high temperatures and stresses generated during braking, and are typically made of durable materials such as cast iron or steel. They should be inspected and replaced if they show signs of wear such as grooving, warping, or cracking. CAR BRAKE SYSTEM BRAKE DISC FRONT WHEEL 1317651080 FOR PEUGEOT/ CITROEN/FLAT/LANCIA product name:Brake disc OE Number:1317651080 Application area:Front  Applicable models:PEUGEOT, CITROEN, FLAT, LANCIA View More
When should brake pads be replaced? Replace brake shoes at 30,000-60,000 kilometers. Brake pads are vulnerable parts, and the replacement cycle of brake pads is determined according to the driving habits of the car owner. If the thickness of the brake pads of the vehicle is worn down to 1/3 of its original thickness, it needs to be replaced. If the brake pads do not slip in time, it will cause the vehicle to brake out of control and affect driving safety. The following is how to replace the brake pads: 1. Before replacing the brake pads, you should first open the cover of the brake fluid reservoir in the engine compartment and check the height of the brake fluid page. If the brake fluid level exceeds the maximum limit, you should drain some of the brake fluid to prevent the brake fluid from spilling during the change. 2. Prepare the brake pads to be replaced and remove the wheel where the brake is located. Avoid scratching the rim during disassembly; 3. Use a wrench combined with a sleeve to remove the bolts of the brake caliper, and then remove the brake pads (if there is a brake induction wire, remove the brake induction wire first). Observe whether the brake pads are excessively worn or cracked, and if so, replace them in the next step; 4. Because there will be a lot of sand or mud in the brake caliper, it should be cleaned with a rag, and then coated with sound-absorbing paste to prevent abnormal noise during braking; 5. Use the piston pump to press the piston to the immovable position, and then install the brake pads to the brake caliper. After the new brake pads are installed in place (also install the brake sensing line), tighten the guide bolts to complete the installation; 6. After installation, cover the liquid storage tank cover, step on the brake pedal several times, and reset the brake. Then observe the height of the brake fluid, it should be within the appropriate height range; 7. After the replacement, carry out a test run to check whether the braking effect is reflected. K2378 AUTO SPARE PARTS GOLDERN BRAKE SHOES SET FOR TOYOTA OE Number: 04495-04010 Application area: Front Axle, Rear Axle Product Size: 254MM*50.5MM Applicable models: TOYOTA HIACE View More