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Thread: Smoking Brakes and towing

  1. #11
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    Jul 2017
    I have drove seems millions of miles and brakes failures are common from inexperienced drivers. Steady even pressure is the key to keeping brakes cool. And always use gears before brakes the hill you talk about I've hauled overweight loads down talking over 100 k and never had hot brakes kept speed down around ten the whole pass. Steady even pressure when it would run up. To twenty. Then gears to speed again never got the brakes smoking at all. Jab them on creates ten times the heat and you cannot she'd that much heat in short distance especially in warm weather. Usually not even in winter.

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    Aug 2017
    South Dakota
    If the brakes are hot enough to start bellowing smoke, and you pull over. The chances of a fire are much greater.

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