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Dschart

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  1. I would normally agree with Doug Scott, but this time I have proof otherwise. After troubleshooting a Chevy truck, I have found it was indeed the rubber brake hose at fault. This design hose has a steel bracket mid length for support. Just a small amount of corrosion on the bracket will be sufficient to squeeze the 1/8" ID hose closed and will cause the brake to drag. This will be very hard to detect. I found it by disecting a hose around the bracket and could not blow pressurized air through the hose. The hose looked like new; was on 2005 chevy truck.
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