Mercedes Trucks 3464201838 3464201738 Slack Adjuster
SLACK ADJUSTER 3 HOLES 28 TEETH 5",6",7".
OEM 80191 80192 80277 80278 80300 80301 80350 80351 for Hyundai
Slack Adjuster with Great Quality and price
HIGH QUALITY AS BENDIX,MERITOR,HALDEX,R.V.I BRAKE,DT
How does a Slack Adjuster Work?
The Automatic Slack Adjuster (ASA) is a vital part of the foundation brake. It acts as a lever,
forming the connection between the actuator and the camshaft. The
function of the ASA is to compensate for wear in both brake lining
and brake drum while maintaining a constant stroke of the actuator.
Truck Model: Volvo, DAF, Scania, Iveco, Isuzu, Fuso, Hino, MAN, Navistar, etc.
Material: Metal,Type: American Midland Type Automatic Slack Adjuster
Product Name: Automatic Slack Adjuster
|OE No.||Spline||Clevis Bushing||Compatible with|
Supply Ability, 10000 Piece/Pieces per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details: Ploybag+ inner box+ outer carton
Port: Ningbo , Shanghai or Qingdao
Lead Time :
|Quantity(Pieces)||1 - 100||101 - 200||>200|
|Est. Time(days)||15||30||To be negotiated|
Q1.How many years have your company deal in truck parts?
A: We have been founded for 16 years now.
Q2. What is your company major products?
A: Our main products are Air Brake Chamber,Slack Adjuster,Clutch
Q3.Where are your company?
A: We are located in Zhuji, Zhejiang china.
Q4. What is the MOQ?
A: Usually our MOQ is depending on different goods.you can inquiry
for detail information.
Q5.What is the delivery time?
A: It takes 5~7 days if there is stock, but takes 20-25days if
there is no stock.
Q6. What is the package?
A: Our package is standard export package,carton or pallet.
Q7.Can you help to ship the goods?
A: Yes. We can help to ship the goods through customer forwarder or
Q8.Can you offer free samples?
A: It depends on the sample costs, and you need pay freight costs.
Vehicles with air brakes must have separate brake systems for
normal stopping and for parking and emergency braking. These
systems are controlled independently. The brakes that are used for
normal stopping are called service brakes. This chapter explains
the operation and function of the service brake subsystem.