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    Does anybody know the answer to my question above? Just trying to get some specs on it. Thank you

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    If this is compatible with the M809 series trucks, I would also contribute to the purchase order to help meet the minimum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bachman502 View Post
    Does anybody know the answer to my question above? Just trying to get some specs on it. Thank you
    There are several programs out there that should be free and can open it. The only one I’ve ever played with is edrawings. You can download a free copy of that and open the model saved as an edrawing. You can pull dimensions off of that.
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    This guy put a dual circuit M/C from a Freightliner on his deuce:


    I'm sure some of you guys have probably seen this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajax MD View Post
    This guy put a dual circuit M/C from a Freightliner on his deuce:


    I'm some of you guys have probably seen this?
    interesting. I wonder how the pedal linkage works for this, or what it looks like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peashooter View Post
    interesting. I wonder how the pedal linkage works for this, or what it looks like.
    Our Air-Force deuces have a better system with the two air-packs. You can loose a whole system and still have brakes. The only advantage of his system is the hydraulic pressure assist, but ours still reaches over 800 PSI with the air system. You don't want or need anything more then that unless you want your seals to leak. Now if he has front calipers then that hydraulic assist would come in handy since calipers can use up to 2000 PSI . Normally they never go over 1200 PSI though.

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