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PacBrake - Newest Sponsor

Please welcome an industry icon.... PacBrake!

Founded in 1964 by the Meneely family, Pacbrake has grown to become one of the most recognized leaders in engine, exhaust and combination brake manufacturing. In 1983, not too long after the first Pacbrake engine brakes began to roll off the assembly line, the Pacbrake brand name became synonymous with quality and reliability among manufacturers, dealers, fleet owners and owner/operators of heavy duty equipment.
As early leaders in engine brake technology, Pacbrake continued to develop and patent ground-breaking innovations that helped lay the foundation for the company's continuing success. Many of Pacbrake’s technological advancements were incorporated into the brakes they built for major engine manufacturers, such as a Caterpillar, Cummins and Detroit Diesel.

Continuously innovative, Pacbrake engineers then went on to pioneer the concepts and systems of modern exhaust brake technology. Today, Pacbrake manufactures exhaust brakes for Caterpillar, Cummins, Detroit Diesel and Navistar engines, fitting over 200 heavy duty, vocational, recreational and automotive applications.

The innovations and developments that Pacbrake continues to bring to the market have shaped and redefined the industry. This new definition has forced quality standards to greater heights, increased retarding horsepower and lowered consumer costs. Pacbrake has become renowned for its ability to combine maximum retarding power with reliability, all at a price that makes good sense to fleet owners, owner/operators and dealerships alike.

Behind every Pacbrake product stands a team of qualified engineers, state of the art manufacturing processes and an internationally recognized quality system. Each Pacbrake product is backed by the best warranty in the industry. Pacbrake is directly connected to over 3000 VOEM truck dealers, engine company dealers and independent repair shops, coast to coast in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia and Mexico. Pacbrake supports these dealerships through 7 national warehouses with direct ship parts support programs that simplifies and streamlines doing business with Pacbrake.

After 35 years of innovation and quality products momentum, there's no stopping Pacbrake, the premier braking system manufacturer who is stepping into the field of air management technology. Pacbrakes engineering technologies are unlimited and available worldwide.
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