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Old 07-05-2007, 09:31 AM   #1
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a. model year - 2007

b. model - Alpine 36mdds

vin - 75717

miles - 2200

pedal type - adj. hanging
problem - excessive force required as though booster is not performing correctly. It in no way feels like that in a car or pickup. I judge the performance to be almost dangerous. The engine brake performs more of the braking than the actual brake.

g. type driving - mixed

h. toad - none

i. grade - 4

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Tijeras, New Mexico
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Old 07-05-2007, 09:31 AM   #2
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a. model year - 2007

b. model - Alpine 36mdds

vin - 75717

miles - 2200

pedal type - adj. hanging
problem - excessive force required as though booster is not performing correctly. It in no way feels like that in a car or pickup. I judge the performance to be almost dangerous. The engine brake performs more of the braking than the actual brake.

g. type driving - mixed

h. toad - none

i. grade - 4

Duane Walker
Tijeras, New Mexico
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Old 07-05-2007, 03:41 PM   #3
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Duane, thanks for coming back with your brake report. There is another post called brake data and I don't know how how you got a new one but I let Bob Mahon know so he can record your comments. I have a 34' 2005 with exactly the same feeling about the brakes. Unfortunately I am afraid to let my wife drive due to the brakes. Beyond that the coach is terrific with a few this and thats. In addition most of us are towing a toad.
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