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Old 05-04-2016, 12:29 PM   #21
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Join Date: Feb 2014
Location: The Valley - Arizona
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Year: 1999
Coachwork: Thomas
Chassis: Freight-shaker (Freightliner)
Engine: Cat 3126b 250 HP
Rated Cap: Only 1 seat
Originally Posted by SharkBus View Post
We managed to do a really excellent job on the rear brakes and there are no issues there.

The front brake on the driver's side didn't seem to be working as well as the other three once we took it on the road to test it.
Brakes are like tires and wheel bearings...... if you do one, you do them all........

Bansil is a pretty passionate guy about safety. He's more worried your brakes fail, you run into a building, and hurt people.

Just remember when replacing critical components on ANY vehicle, if it has 2 sides to it, even though 1 side may not be operating properly, you fix both sides regardless.

the 4 brakes are all connected to the same master cylinder. There is a 99.5% chance that the same gunk is in all the lines!

Glad you learned something new and can apply it to OE (operating experience). Now you will have something to share with others!!

My build thread - viewtopic.php?f=9&t=467197
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