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Uploaded on Jul 30, 2008

This video provides a side-by-side comparison of the ability of air disc brakes to greatly reduce stopping distance when compared to several different drum-brake configurations. Bendix® air disc brakes consistently provide stopping distances comfortably within the range of NHTSA's proposed 20 to 30 percent reduction, virtually eliminate brake fade with no degradation of stopping power, enable a passenger car-like feel, and permit straight, stable stops due to high brake efficiency and low hysteresis. Bendix brand air disc brakes are compatible in a variety of combinations with North American tractor and trailer drum foundation brakes. Bendix air disc brakes are produced and made available by Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake LLC under the Bendix® brand name. Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake LLC -- a joint venture between Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC and Dana Commercial Vehicle Products, LLC -- designs, manufactures, distributes, and supports foundation brake systems and components, as well as actuation systems and all-makes coverage of more than 50,000 medium- and heavy-duty aftermarket parts

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