Question about 1993 Ford F350
When the vehicle is pulling a bobcat for example, and the brakes are applied, the rear brakes don't appear to pulse, lock-up or work at all - is this a defect of the vehicle or is their a remedy for this problem?
I think there is no malfunction in the braking system itself. it would be wise to ask the local dealer what is the maximum towing weight capacity as you may be towing a heavier load allowed the manufacturer??
Ask them also if this model is equipped with an adjustable LSPV(Load sensing proportioning valve).
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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