Posted by KCTractors on August 23, 2012 at 19:55:02 from (220.127.116.11):
Working on a guys tractor hauler, tandem axle single wheel trailer. he had no brakes at all, so I removed the drums. One magnet was shorted out on one side and the brakes were seized up on the other side. Freed up the brakes and magnet arm and put everything together and one new magnet. I tried it on my truck and still very little brakes with the control turned all the way up. I did noticed that when I hooked a 12 volt battery directly to the brake wire, I only had 7.8 volts back to the brakes, wouldn't I have 12 volts back by the axle? Any thing else to look for?
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