|Place of Origin:||China|
|Model Number:||JK 8530|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1|
|Packaging Details:||Box Size 45*45*45cm|
|Delivery Time:||4-7 days|
|Payment Terms:||Western Union/Paypal|
|Supply Ability:||600 sets per Month|
|Item Name:||8530 Brake Kit||Caliper Pots:||4 Pots|
|Disc Size:||345/355/362/370/380||Caliper Material:||Aluminum|
|Fit Wheel:||Rim 18/19/20/21/22 Inch||Disc Material:||Grey Cast Iron HT250|
|Center Cap Bracket:||Aluminum||Color:||Red/Yellow/Custom Color|
|Delivery Time:||7-15 Days||Bell Type:||Regular/flower/floating|
8530 red brake caliper,
22in Wheel brake caliper Kit,
22in Wheel Disc brake Kit
Jekit 8530 red color brake caliper with aluminum material bell
|Item Name||8530 brake kit|
|Caliper color||Red/Yellow/Black/Blue/custom color|
|Bell and bracket color||Red/Yellow/Black/Blue/custom color|
|Material||Aluminum,Grey cast iron 250|
|Disc type||J hook/Drilled/Grooved/Slot straight lines/custom disc type|
|For Wheel size||Rim 17/18/19/20/21 inch|
|Full set included||1 pair brake caliper/1 pair brake disc with center cap and bracket/
1 pair brake line/1 set brake pads
Steering wheel jitter is classified by fault phenomenon, which is generally divided into 4 types.
The first is the steering wheel shaking when the vehicle is idling.
The shaking is generally regular and increases with the increase of engine speed. The second is the steering wheel jitter when the vehicle is running. The jitter generally occurs in a specific speed section, and will weaken or disappear below or above a specific speed. The third is that the steering wheel shakes when the vehicle brakes, and the shake increases with the increase of braking force. The fourth is that the vehicle shakes when turning, and the original direction will also appear.
First, the steering wheel shakes when the first vehicle is idling. The main cause is the cracking of the engine rubber support, which is generally accompanied by low abnormal noise and has great potential safety hazards. The treatment method is to replace the engine rubber support, which is relatively simple.
The second type of vehicle vibrates the steering wheel in a specific speed range.
Generally, the cause is tire dynamic balance failure. The causes of tire dynamic balance failure are generally tire balance weight falling off, hub injury, serious tire wear and so on. The treatment method is to replace the damaged and deformed wheel hub with a new wheel hub. If the tire is seriously worn, replace with a new tire, and then carry out tire dynamic balance.
Third, the steering wheel shakes when the vehicle brakes.
When I brake, the cause of disc jitter is generally that the brake disc and brake pad are seriously worn, or inferior brake pads are used. Such faults are generally accompanied by sharp abnormal noise during braking. The treatment method is generally to operate the brake disc and polish the brake pad with sandpaper. If the wear is too serious, it is necessary to replace the brake disc and brake pad.
The fourth type of vehicle has steering wheel jitter when turning or turning in place.
The causes of such faults are generally the excessive clearance caused by abnormal wear of the steering column, and the serious wear of the plastic gear of the electronic steering system. The treatment method is generally to replace the cross bearing in the steering column or replace the steering column assembly, and replace the plastic gear in the electronic steering system. This fault maintenance is relatively troublesome and the price is relatively expensive.
Generally speaking, the vehicle has Parkinson's disease and needs timely maintenance and adjustment. This is a reminder that the vehicle is about to have a major fault. Don't feel a slight shake. It won't cause too many problems. Similarly, after understanding the cause of the fault, suit the remedy to the case to avoid greater losses. Safety comes first when driving. This is because the brake disc runout is too large. The way to save money is to use the disc, which roughly means to level the smooth surface of the brake disc again. The error of the friction surface cannot exceed five wires. If it exceeds this value, the runout still exists. The larger the value, the more severe the jitter
If possible, it can still be solved by replacing the brake disc
Excessive brake disc runout before stepping on the brake at high speed will cause the steering wheel to shake. If you feel the brake pedal shake, check the runout of the rear brake disc.