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Old 06-07-2015, 07:22 PM   #1
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Brakes not working well

Does anyone know if the electric brakes on the TT are adjustable as they wear?
Just finished a 1,000 mi photo tour and noticed about 1/2 way through the TT brakes barely working. I can operate them manually from the cab via the controller as I usually do a brake check before heading out. They used to lock up but now barely slow the outfit at all.
Realizing these are basically drum brakes, I was wondering if anyone has any experience with adjusting them like the old drum brakes on the car. Yes, I do still have the tool
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Yes you can adjust them manually as shown in video....

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Yes you can adjust them manually as shown in video....

Thanks Fonzie, Just like the good 'ol days. Appreciate the response
Video was the perfect answer!
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