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PN4464 DISC PAD SET NiBK JNBK FRONT REAR KIT HINO DUTRO ISUZU ELF MAZDA Titan NISSAN Civilian FOR TOYOTA Dyna
PN4464 DISC PAD SET NiBK JNBK FRONT REAR KIT HINO DUTRO ISUZU ELF MAZDA Titan NISSAN Civilian FOR TOYOTA Dyna The Class of formulas for all types of automotive and light industry vehicles. Includes a wide range of friction materials marked (at back plate) as J112C, J113C, J509C, J620C, J705L, J703L.
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BECAUSE OF THE COMPLEXITY OF BRAKE SYSTEMS
IF YOU ARE NOT SURE ABOUT THE ITEM YOU ARE CHOOSING !
THEN EMAIL THE FOLLOWING INFO TO US, TO INVESTIGATE
ALL INFO IS REQUIRED, IF YOU DON'T, THEN WE WILL JUST DELETE YOUR EMAIL.
A) 17 DIGIT VIN NUMBER
B) YEAR MODEL + ENGINE SIZE
C) ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION


SET INLCUDES 4 OR 8 DISC PADS DEPENDING ON MODEL

  
1 SET OF DISC PADS WILL DO 1 AXLE (2 WHEELS)

 

QUICK DETAILS >
 
Location Front Axle Brake
Length-1 206.4
Pcs In Set 4
Thickness-1 19.7
Width-1 74.6
MODELS >
HINO DUTRO
Front Axle Brake Oct 06~Jan 08 4000 CC XZU424M N04C-TJ

XZU417 716 10/2006- N04C-TV    4.0L DISC PADS FRONT
XZU417 716 10/2006- N04C-TV    4.0L DISC PADS​ REAR
 
XZU417 816 10/2006- N04C-TV    4.0L DISC PADS FRONT
XZU417 816 10/2006- N04C-TV    4.0L DISC PADS REAR
 
XZU427 816 10/2006- N04C-TV    4.0L DISC PADS FRONT
 
XZU427 916 10/2006- N04C-TV    4.0L DISC PADS FRONT



ISUZU ELF
SOME MODELS ARE TRICKY PLEASE PROVIDE VIN OR CHECK PICTURE  AND DIMENSIONS 
NKR77 5 STUD DISC STD DUAL  4JH1-TC    3.0L    2002-     
NNR85  4JJ1-TCS   3L 3.0L    2008-    DISC PADS
NPR71 5 STUD DISC BRAKE  4HG1/T    4.6L    1999-2005
NPR71 6 STUD DISC BRAKE  4HG1/T    4.6L    1999-2005
NPR75 5 STUD DISC BRAKE   4HK1T    5.2L    2005-2008     
 

 
Front Axle Brake Nov 06~ 3.0 L NMR85 4JJ1-T
Front Axle Brake Dec 06~ 3.0 L NJR85N
Front Axle Brake Dec 06~ 3.0 L NKR85A
Front Axle Brake Dec 06~ 3.0 L NKR85N
Front Axle Brake Dec 06~ 3.0 L NKS85A
Front Axle Brake Dec 06~ 3.0 L NMR85N
Front Axle Brake Dec 06~ 3.0 L NMS85A
Front Axle Brake Dec 06~ 3.0 L NNR85 4JJ1-T
Front Axle Brake Feb 07~ 3.0 L NKR85A 4JJ1-T
Front Axle Brake Feb 07~ 3.0 L NKR85N 4JJ1-T
Front Axle Brake Feb 07~ 3.0 L NKR85R 4JJ1-T
Front Axle Brake Feb 11~ 3.0 L NKR85R 4JJ1-T
Front Axle Brake May 11~ 3.0 L NKR85R 4JJ1-T
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~Feb 01 3.1 L NKR69
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~Jun 02 3.1 L NKR69 4JG2
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~Apr 99 4.3 L NPR66
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~May 99 4.3 L NKR66
Front Axle Brake Jan 04~Jan 07 4.3 L NPR 4HK1 6-7t,Class4
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~May 02 4.6 L NKR71 4HG1
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~May 02 4.6 L NKS71 4HG1
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~ 4.6 L NPR71
Front Axle Brake Jan 07~ 4.6 L NMR82
Front Axle Brake Jul 07~Feb 10 4.6 L NJR82 4HV1
Front Axle Brake Jul 07~ 4.6 L NJR82
Front Axle Brake Apr 02~ 4.8 L NKR81
Front Axle Brake Jun 02~ 4.8 L NPR81
Front Axle Brake May 02~ 4.8 L NKR81 4HL1
Front Axle Brake Jun 02~Sep 05 4.8 L NKS81 4HL1
Front Axle Brake May 04~Dec 06 4.8 L NKR81A
Front Axle Brake May 04~Dec 06 4.8 L NKR81AD
Front Axle Brake May 04~Dec 06 4.8 L NKR81AN
Front Axle Brake May 04~Dec 06 4.8 L NKR81AR
Front Axle Brake May 04~Dec 06 4.8 L NKR81N
Front Axle Brake May 04~Dec 06 4.8 L NKR81R
Front Axle Brake May 04~Dec 06 4.8 L NPR81AN
Front Axle Brake May 04~Dec 06 4.8 L NPR81AR
Front Axle Brake May 04~Dec 06 4.8 L NPR81R
Front Axle Brake May 04~Dec 06 4.8 L NPS81AN
Front Axle Brake May 04~Dec 06 4.8 L NPS81AR
Rear Axle Brake Apr 99~Apr 99 5.0 L NPR72
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~Apr 99 5.0 L NPR72
Front Axle Brake Aug 99~ 5.0 L NPS72L
Front Axle Brake Apr 02~ 5.0 L NPS72PA
Front Axle Brake Feb 00~ 5.0 L NKR72
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~ 5.2 L NPR75
Rear Axle Brake Apr 99~ 5.2 L NPR75
Front Axle Brake May 99~Jun 04 5.2 L NPR75 4HK1-T
Front Axle Brake May 99~Jun 04 5.2 L NPR75 4HK1-T
Front Axle Brake Jan 98~Jan 00 6.0 L Geo:US

MAZDA Titan
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~May 00 3.0 L WGSAT
Front Axle Brake May 00~ 3.0 L WHS5T
Front Axle Brake Jan 06~ 3.0 L 4JJ1-T
Front Axle Brake Dec 06~ 3.0 L LHR85A 4JJ1-T BrkSys:A.B.S.
Front Axle Brake Dec 06~ 3.0 L LJR85N 4JJ1-T
Front Axle Brake Dec 06~ 3.0 L LKR85A 4JJ1-T
Front Axle Brake Feb 07~ 3.0 L LLR85 4JJ1-T
Front Axle Brake Feb 07~ 3.0 L LLS85 4JJ1-T
Front Axle Brake Feb 07~ 3.0 L LMR85 4JJ1-T
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~May 00 4.0 L WGE4T
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~May 00 4.0 L WGEAT
Front Axle Brake Jun 00~ 4.0 L WHF5D TF
Front Axle Brake Apr 00~ 4.1 L WH65H
Front Axle Brake Apr 00~ 4.1 L WHF5G
Front Axle Brake Apr 00~ 4.1 L WHF5T
Front Axle Brake May 00~ 4.1 L WHF3F
Front Axle Brake May 00~ 4.1 L WHF3G
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~May 00 4.3 L WG34T
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~May 00 4.3 L WG3AT
Front Axle Brake Apr 00~Nov 02 4.3 L WH35D
Front Axle Brake Apr 00~Nov 02 4.3 L WH35H
Front Axle Brake Apr 00~Nov 02 4.3 L WH38H
Front Axle Brake May 00~Nov 02 4.3 L WH33F
Front Axle Brake May 00~Nov 02 4.3 L WH33G
Front Axle Brake May 00~Nov 02 4.3 L WH35T
Front Axle Brake Jun 00~Nov 02 4.3 L HH
Front Axle Brake Jun 00~Nov 02 4.3 L WH3HD
Front Axle Brake Jul 04~ 4.3 L LKR81
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~May 00 4.6 L WG6AT
Front Axle Brake Apr 99~May 00 4.6 L WG64T 4HG1
Front Axle Brake Apr 00~ 4.6 L WH63G
Front Axle Brake Apr 00~ 4.6 L WH63H
Front Axle Brake Apr 00~ 4.6 L WH65D
Front Axle Brake Apr 00~ 4.6 L WH65G YM(4HG1)
Front Axle Brake Apr 00~ 4.6 L WH68G
Front Axle Brake Apr 00~ 4.6 L WH68H
Front Axle Brake Apr 00~ 4.6 L WH68K
Front Axle Brake May 00~ 4.6 L WH63F
Front Axle Brake May 00~ 4.6 L WH65T
Front Axle Brake May 00~ 4.6 L WH69G
Front Axle Brake Jun 00~ 4.6 L WH6HD
Front Axle Brake Jun 00~ 4.6 L WH6HH
Front Axle Brake Jan 04~ 4.6 L LKR81
Front Axle Brake Jan 04~ 4.6 L LPR81
Front Axle Brake Apr 05~ 4.6 L LKR82
Front Axle Brake Apr 05~ 4.6 L LPR82
Front Axle Brake Jun 04~Dec 06 4.8 L LPR81AN
Front Axle Brake Jun 04~Feb 07 4.8 L LKR81 4HL1
Front Axle Brake Jul 04~Dec 06 4.8 L LPR81
Front Axle Brake Jul 04~Dec 06 4.8 L LPS81
 

NISSAN Civilian
 
Nissan Civilian Sep 2004 - NOW 4.9 Diesel Bus (22-26 Seat), Motorhome [W41] DB1939  
Nissan Civilian Sep 2004 - NOW 4.5 Diesel Bus (22-26 Seat), Motorhome [W41] DB1939  
Nissan Civilian Feb 1999 - NOW 4.2 Diesel Bus (22-26 Seat), Motorhome [W41] DB1939
 
Front Axle Brake Aug 08~ 3.0 L ECW41
Front Axle Brake Aug 08~ 3.0 L EHW41
Front Axle Brake Aug 08~ 3.0 L EJW41
Front Axle Brake Feb 99~ 4.2 L BCW41 TD42
Front Axle Brake Feb 99~ 4.2 L BHW41 TD42
Front Axle Brake Feb 99~ 4.2 L BJW41 TD42
Front Axle Brake Feb 99~ 4.2 L BVW41 TD42
Front Axle Brake Sep 04~ 4.5 L DCW41 TB45E
Front Axle Brake Sep 04~ 4.5 L DHW41 TB45E
Front Axle Brake Sep 04~ 4.5 L DHW41 TB45E
Front Axle Brake Sep 04~ 4.5 L DJW41 TB45E
Front Axle Brake Sep 04~ 4.5 L DVW41 TB45E
Front Axle Brake Sep 04~Aug 07 4.9 L AHW41 4M50-T
Front Axle Brake Sep 04~Aug 07 4.9 L AHW41 4M50-T

FOR TOYOTA Dyna
Rear Axle Brake May 04~ 4.0 L XKU304
Front Axle Brake May 04~ 4.0 L XKU304
Front Axle Brake Jun 04~ 4.0 L XZU424 N04C-T
Rear Axle Brake Jun 04~ 4.0 L XZU424 N04C-T
Front Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XZU334
Front Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XZU344
Front Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XKU414
Front Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XKU424 NO4C-TK
Rear Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XKU424 NO4C-TK
Rear Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XKY414 NO4C-TK
Front Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XKY414 NO4C-TK
Rear Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XZU344 NO4C-TK
Front Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XZU344 NO4C-TK
Front Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XZU354 NO4C-TK
Rear Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XZU354 NO4C-TK
Front Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XZU414
Front Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XZU414 NO4C-TK
Rear Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XZU414 NO4C-TK
Front Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XZU415
Front Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XZU415 NO4C-TK
Rear Axle Brake Oct 03~ 4.1 L XZU415 NO4C-TK
Front Axle Brake Jun 04~ 4.1 L XZU404 NO4C-TK Body:3.5t
Rear Axle Brake Jun 04~ 4.1 L XZU404 NO4C-TK Body:3.5t
Front Axle Brake Jun 04~ 4.1 L XZU404A NO4C-TK
Rear Axle Brake Jun 04~ 4.1 L XZU404A NO4C-TK
Front Axle Brake Oct 06~ 4.1 L XZU434 NO4C-TK
Rear Axle Brake Oct 06~ 4.1 L XZU434 NO4C-TK
Front Axle Brake Jun 04~Oct 06 4.9 L XZU411
Rear Axle Brake Jun 04~Oct 06 4.9 L XZU411
Front Axle Brake May 99~Oct 06 4.9 L XZU421
Rear Axle Brake May 99~Oct 06 4.9 L XZU421
Front Axle Brake Jun 04~Oct 06 4.9 L XZU423
Rear Axle Brake Jun 04~Oct 06 4.9 L XZU423

FOR TOYOTA Toyo Ace Truck
Front Axle Brake Jun 04~Oct 06 4.7 L XZU413 J05D-T
Rear Axle Brake Jun 04~Oct 06 4.7 L XZU413 J05D-T

HINO DUTRO    XZU429R 06/2010-06/2011
HINO DUTRO    XZU710R "616 617 617 716 717 816 916 917" EURO 5 2011-
HINO DUTRO    XZU720R "616 617 717 917 " EURO 5 2011-
HINO DUTRO    XZU417R "616,716,816" 10/06-11
HINO DUTRO    XKU418R HYBRID EURO 5 2011-
HINO DUTRO    XZU439R 2010-06/2011
HINO DUTRO    XJC710R 720R 740R "920 921" 2014-
HINO DUTRO    XZU409R 06/2010-06/2011
HINO DUTRO    XZU427R "816,816 CREW,916" 10/06-06/2011
HINO DUTRO    XZU419 "716 816" 06/2010-06/2011
HINO DUTRO    XZU437R "916" 10/06-2011
HINO DUTRO    XZU730R "717 816 917 " EURO 5 2011-
ISUZU N SERIES    NPR71 1998-2002
ISUZU N SERIES    NPR75 07/2005-2007
ISUZU N SERIES    NKR77 03/2005-09/2007
ISUZU N SERIES    NPR75 2012-EURO 5
ISUZU N SERIES    NPR75 2008-2011 EURO 4
ISUZU N SERIES    NNR85 10/2007-09/2011 EURO 4
ISUZU N SERIES    NNR85 2012- EURO 5

 

CROSS REFERENCES > 
AKEBONO A-617WK
AKEBONO AN-617
AKEBONO AN-617WK
BENDIX AUS DB1939
FBL AFP477
FiT FP0825
FMSI 7697-D825
FMSI D825
FMSI D825-7697
HINO V9118-N064
HITACHI NDP343
ISUZU 8-97168-633-0
ISUZU 8-97168633
ISUZU 8-97329-266-0
ISUZU 8-97329266
ISUZU 8-97365911
ISUZU 8-97377522
KASHIYAMA D1243
KASHIYAMA D124302
KASHIYAMA D4052
KASHIYAMA D405202
Masuma MS-4464
MAZDA 1K00-33-23ZA
MAZDA 1K09-33-23Z
MAZDA 1K0B-33-23Z
MAZDA W5Y0-33-23Z
MAZDA W5Y0-33-28Z
Miyaco MD325
NISSAN 41060-89TB6
NISSAN 41060-89TC8
NISSAN 41060-89TD0
NISSAN 41060-WJ185
NISSAN 41060-WJ785
NISSAN AY040-NS056
NISSAN AY040-NS124
NISSAN AY040-SZ011
NISSHINBO PF-4464
REMSA 0762.00
SB BP24464
SUMITOMO SN881
SUMITOMO SN896
TOKICO TN650
TOYOTA 04465-37070
TOYOTA 04465-37090
TOYOTA 04465-37190
TRW GDB7234

OTHER PARTS >
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WHEN WHEEL BEARINGS GO BAD

by brettstruck1 on 23 Nov 2022
  A wheel bearing is an important component of the wheel assembly that connects the wheel and axle. It allows the wheel to rotate smoothly and with minimal friction. Wheel bearings are safety-critical components that are designed to withstand radial and axial loads caused by gravitation, acceleration, braking, and cornering forces, so they must be replaced when they fail. A bad wheel bearing symptoms include: A humming, rumbling, or growling sound that becomes louder as the vehicle accelerates or turns. When the vehicle is moving, there is a loud constant whining or grinding noise. When driving over uneven road surfaces, you may hear clunks. Looseness, excessive steering wheel play (vague steering); Vibration in the steering wheel that changes with vehicle speed or as the vehicle turns; ABS isn't working properly. Failure of the ABS sensor integrated in the wheel end bearing can cause ABS system issues. It is best to avoid driving for any length of time with a worn wheel bearing, any weakness in this connection could have serious consequences for your drive-axle and steering assembly - as well as your safety. What causes wheel bearings to fail?   I. Inferior tools, such as a hammer or an impact wrench, can damage the exterior and/or interior of the wheel end bearing, causing it to fail prematurely. Furthermore, reusing old accessories such as bolts, nuts, circlips, split pins, seals, etc. instead of replacing them can cause the wheel end bearing to operate under abnormal or unsafe conditions, increasing wheel end bearing wear and the risk of a car accident. II. Driving through a pothole, driving over speed bumps, or hitting the gutters, can damage and shorten the life of a wheel bearing. III. Driving conditions can cause your wheel bearings to fail if you drive through deep water or mud. Water, mud, or other contaminants such as dust or road salt may pass through the seals and enter the bearing, polluting the grease and causing the bearings to wear out. IV. Poor heat treatment can result in premature wear and failure of wheel bearings made of low-quality materials. V.  Car modifications, such as larger or wider rims, tyres with lower thread walls, stiffer shock absorbers, and suspension springs, increase the load on the wheel bearing and can speed up wear. Stick to the rims, tires, shock absorbers, and springs recommended by the manufacturer to reduce the impact on longevity. Despite the fact that modern wheel bearings are easier to install than previous generations, proper installation, the use of appropriate tools, and adherence to the torque values specified are still required for maximum performance, durability, and safety. As a result, we recommend having your wheel bearings replaced by a professional mechanic who has the necessary skills and tools. It is critical to use high-quality parts when replacing your wheel bearings.   

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