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Old 05-23-2019, 01:54 PM   #1
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Electric Brakes (2002 C25ft lassic) Testing

Ok, just purchased a 2002 25ft Classic. Would like to check if the brakes work reasonably well. TV is a 7.3 liter Ford f250 with a 5001 Draw Tite electric brake controller. Felt some pulls from the AS brakes driving it back from Tenn to Ga. Should I removed the wheels and check the magnet and state of the drum pads? Thanks in advance!
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Yes you should. Unless you know when last service you will need to pull the wheels and inspect the brakes and bearings ( that is if you have serviceable bearings). If you know how to re-pack them get some grease and a new set of seals and go for it.

These are just things that need to be done.
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