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Let’s talk brake friction.

Many fleets trying to save a few dollars may decide to mix friction brands or quality between the tractor and trailer brakes; that is, to use one type of friction on the tractor and another type on the trailer, or vice versa. However, according to brake manufacturers and experts, you should not do this.

Why is that? Watch the video above for five reasons not to mix different types of brake friction.

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