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  • Pua Thian Tong
    Title 49 CFR § 393.47(d)(2) states that the thickness of the brake lining and pads of non-steering axle brakes on an air braked commercial motor vehicle shall not be less than 6.4 mm (1/4 inch).16 Jun 2017
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