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Old 05-13-2022, 02:32 PM   #71
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There you go, glad you got it fixed.




I carry a heat gun and check all 4 wheels on a regular basis on a trip, also check my toads. Good practice to know how hot they are running and what you normally see.

Curious. What kind of brake temps do you see? I am getting 175f front and 300f rear on just a casual test drive.


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Seems I have one slack adjuster adjusting and one not. Are these serviceable and if so what am I into?


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