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Old 05-08-2012, 07:44 PM   #1
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rear end going out or brakes locking up?

Pulled my 2000 tiffin workhorse close to my job,as i was working 13 hour days. (60 miles for 5 weeks) and when i pulled it back home the rear end was to hot to touch from the disk to the gear box.It was parked in a field with the e-brake enguaged (always while parked), I was wondering,could the e-brake have froze up? or am i fixing to spend a ton of cash? Thanks...
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Old 05-08-2012, 07:53 PM   #2
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Wokhhorse chassis model?
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I believe its a p-32. i had older post about shocks and the gentleman referenced my vin#... Thanks..
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Could be related to the Workhorse brake recall? Just a thought.

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I believe the e-brake on the P-32 is on the driveshaft not the rear calipers.
Move your question to the workhorse forum, maybe someone there has run inti this before.
P-32 was not part of the recall.
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thanks, i will...
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