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jake brake installation


Created On Wednesday August 24, 2016 16:24 Diesel Talk
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skk914
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I have a 1994 11.1 (6067wk60) and it came without Jake Brakes. I am in the process of installing them and the manual specifies I need the 760a Jake Brakes. Everything I read says I need to only use the specified model but I am having a hard time finding a set of them. I do have a set of 765's on hand. Looking at the parts breakdown for the 760-770 brakes, it looks like the 760a, 760b, and 765 use all the same parts and the clearances are set the same. The manual indicates the installation procedure is the same for the 760a and 765. What is the difference between the two? Will I run into problems if I use the 765 brakes or maybe any other model (760b, 765a, or maybe even 770)?
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amishmafia00
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I just ran into an issue where 3 piece jakes were put on a ddecV and didn't work. I'm pretty sure the problem was due to the location of the oil feed for the jakes being different
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