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Old 06-26-2005, 09:06 PM
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After market engine brake

I was talking to a service rep. at a ford garage and was talking about the new tow command and after market engine brakes or as we call them on the big trucks jake brakes. He told me that the after market engine brakes have been burning up a few things on the ford 6.0, things like trannys, turbo's etc. This gentle man told me that it developes to much back pressure and the truck is not built or designed for it. just thought I would pass it on.

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