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Old 09-22-2003, 11:21 AM   #1  
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DTR welcomes Pacbrake to our family!

All of us here at DTR wish to extend a warm welcome to the fine people at Pacbrake!

Pacbrake is a leader in the field of exhaust brake systems, if you haven't given them a look, then you need to do so by visiting this link. http://www.pacbrake.com/

Pacbrake makes a superb product, and their customer service is top notch as well! But don't take my word for it, give them a call and they can answer all your exhaust brake questions.

The single best modification I have made to my truck is the exhaust brake from Pacbrake, it has entirely changed the way I tow with this truck. No more of that "Runaway" feeling on steep grades with my automatic transmission.

If you are towing with your truck and don't have an exhaust brake, then you owe it to yourself to give The fine people at Pacbrake a call today!!!
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Re:DTR welcomes Pacbrake to our family!

I'll second it as being one of the best mods I have on my truck! Welcome to the site Pacbrake! ;D



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Re:DTR welcomes Pacbrake to our family!

do they make a 4" brake?
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I agree. PacBrake makes a quality product. The price is right and it is easy to install for the back-yard mechanic. If you are towing 10,000# or more Dodge advises you to have an e-brake installed.

I was sure glad I had one on my recent trip to Alaska. Long 8-9% downhill grades i encountered will over-heat service brakes, an e-brake is a service brake saver.
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Pacbrake

Hi I have a pacbrake on my truck it has a hx40 turbo which I believe has 4in pipe works great.
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My son has a Pac Brake on his 94 3500 with four inch exhaust and it works like a champ.
I have the Jacobs on mine and I can't tell a lot of difference between the two as far as slowing power is concerned.
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