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View Poll Results: How many "fix-it" visits have you logged?
PDI (Pre-Delivery Inspection) only 8 17.78%
PDI + Shakedown only 5 11.11%
1-5 total warranty visits (include PDI+Shakedown) 30 66.67%
1-5 total visits NOT under warranty 0 0%
6-10 total warranty visits (include PDI+Shakedown) 2 4.44%
6-10 total visits NOT under warranty 0 0%
>10 total warranty visits (include PDI+Shakedown) 0 0%
>10 total visits NOT under warranty 0 0%
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Old 02-27-2015, 05:23 AM   #11
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On the brake deal ... Just a question as I have begun to wonder ... How many miles driven does it take for the brakes to bed in and begin to work what I would consider properly? On my enclosed car trailer I have noticed mine work a ton
Better now that I have over 4000 miles driving distance with it behind me. I talked with a man who rebuilds brake linings and shoes and he said with drum brakes sometimes it can take 100s of miles for them to begin to bed in and work the way they are supposed to. I only have about 200 miles on my new camper and the brakes still don't feel great yet but I am sure after my next long journey they will begin to ... MTC

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