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    Air Brake Handbook From Bendix



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    #1 OFFLINE   Joe Cummings

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    Posted 26 January 2006 - 01:19 PM

    Pretty good handbook. I knew I had it just took some time to find it. Lot of good diagrams in it if I remember right.


    Here is a link. the bendix site for the download. http://www.bendix.co...5057_online.pdf

    #2 OFFLINE   Packer82935

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    Posted 26 January 2006 - 08:45 PM

    Good stuff Joe!
    I printed the whole dern thing for later!!
    Thanks
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    #3 OFFLINE   ThaddeusW

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    Posted 27 January 2006 - 11:22 AM

    Pretty good handbook. I knew I had it just took some time to find it. Lot of good diagrams in it if I remember right.
    Here is a link. the bendix site for the download. http://www.bendix.co...5057_online.pdf


    I told Trent about it in a post he started in this section. Good job posting the link, that book taught me almost everyting I know about air brakes.
    If anyone is curious about the European air brake setups then try this catalog link from Knorr-Bremses (the parent company of Bendix).
    -Thad
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    #4 OFFLINE   JD 5020

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    Posted 28 January 2006 - 12:32 AM

    Thanks for the hand book, I never knew that the systems could be that complicated. It has answered many questions already. :thumb:

    #5 OFFLINE   HeyCharger

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    Posted 24 March 2006 - 08:06 AM

    Hi Guys,
    Just found this one which is Canadian - very good also (2.2mb);
    http://www.gnb.ca/02...ab_manual-e.pdf
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    #6 OFFLINE   ThaddeusW

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    Posted 24 March 2006 - 03:45 PM

    Hi Guys,
    Just found this one which is Canadian - very good also (2.2mb);
    http://www.gnb.ca/02...ab_manual-e.pdf
    Rod.


    Rod,
    Great find. Really goes into detail about the individual components and how they operate.
    -Thad
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