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Thread: Our Coach's Air Systems, Part 2

  1. #11
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    No Markings on Mine , Yep Ripped off ! I got the cheap version of the Prevost I guess ? 89C531AC-D504-4037-818C-4F7BE1DE560C.jpeg
    Naturally if there is a problem with either system it will be time to stop and repair like Joe said. But when I had one gauge leaking down much faster than the other. At least I will know which system to look at or have looked at.
    My Wife said " You have Gone Crazy " When I purchased the Coach. Now She says , " DONT SELL THE BUS"
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    Rocky

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    Rocky,

    You don't need any markings, just wait to see if the drive axle tires smoke. If so, it's the primary/rear brakes that lost pressure.


    Gil and Durlene
    2003 H-3 Hoffman Conversion

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    When you pump the brakes down or if you use the brakes hard the gauge that's dropping quicker is the rear brakes because it's feeding two axles, not just 1,and with bigger chambers than the steer axle too. That's the easy way to decipher which gauge is which.
    Last edited by Joe Camper; 02-13-2018 at 11:00 AM.
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