Zapatas is for drum brakes. Some newer American and Japanese car still have these on the earlier and old cars have them on all four.

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Pastillas is periodically used yet be careful because depending on who you speak to, it can mean for disc or drum brakes.


El freno = The brake

Los frenos = The brakes

The human should gain the idea through saying that. Click right here for some much more useful vocabulary about cars.

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Amykay has a great point. The translator and our numerous resources (including substantial dictionary) will better help you learn on her own. Together well, you"ll get better responses once you ask if miscellaneous is the correct means to say things quite than asking world to just analyze it for you.

One point I do want to point out. If you placed brake pad right into the translator, you"ll get 3 various answers. I"ve never ever heard the the second, the first is pastilla de freno i m sorry would occupational if girlfriend really want to get specific. However the third zapata de freno is something totally different. That is a brake shoes which, working with cars, I deserve to tell friend a shoe and also a pad room different.

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updated MAR 7, 2011
edited through DJ_Huero
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Nice answer. - Gekkosan, MAR 7, 2011
thanks =) - DJ_Huero, MAR 7, 2011
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Shows pads, caliper and disc of key brake system.

Shoes, rotor and also drum because that a combination disc/drum brake system.

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updated MAR 7, 2011
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I think it is

balatas or ferodos.

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updated MAR 7, 2011
edited by LuisCache
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Ferodos looks prefer the brand name and also it mirrors both pads and also shoes. - 0074b507, MAR 7, 2011
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Theres is a translate button to the optimal right????????

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updated MAR 7, 2011
posted through Ashi12
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You have the right to copy and paste any word or phrase right into the translation tab at the top of this page, and it will provide you several various options.


updated MAR 7, 2011
posted through amykay