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Old 12-09-2017, 08:01 PM   #1
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Questions, New to Me, 2004 Condor MH

Hi All. Redefining our mode of travel from truck and 5'er to 2004 Condor W32 MH with the 4.96 engine. Am in the process of doing the PM on the unit. A question I have though, I have driven buses in the past but this unit seems to require a lot more foot pressure than anything else I've driven. Will stop well, just the excess pressure required. IMO. Does anyone else have that impression. All the brake linings appear well over 50% so doubt that is a problem. Was wondering about a flush and re-fill on the assist unit. Has anyone done this procedure. Also, wondering about doing the same for the lift system. No problems there but as the unit is 14 years old, want things up to par before heading out on the summer adventures. Thanks All. Anything you could give me for info would be greatly appreciated.
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I would go with a complete brake system flush, Workhorse recommended flushing every three years, your way overdue. If you are located in a high humidity area you are really overdue.

Lots of brake problems in the past with coaches in your model year range.

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