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Old 04-08-2018
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What has been previously stated about your seal, but you will have no brakes on the leaking seal side of the coach and the other side will be doing all of the work to brake the coach which will cause additional heating and cause that seal to fail. I would find a class 8 truck shop and have them replace the seals on both sides as well as the brake shoes on the leaking side as they are now useless due to being oil soaked and no mechanic will put them back on.

The oil soaked brake shoes will smell pretty bad when you have driven it and braked for a while and the other side wheel which is not leaking will be very hot from doing all the work to stop the buss.

Can be done in a couple hours.
Barry & Mary Rhodes
Port St. Lucie, FL.
1990 WB 40 "Northern Lights"
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