Reviewed By eric H (SALT LAKE CITY, UT) Reviewed for a 1999 Ford F-250 —7/22/2015 4:52 AM
I can tell an improvement over factory lines
Reviewed By Bill V (Piqua, OH) —9/13/2012 6:18 AM
I don't mind the noise it makes because I can't hear it when the motor is running. It works great plenty of brake. It was hard to mount because it has to be horizontal I fabricated a bracket and mounted it on the core support. I can feel the vibration but I can live with it if the car will stop. Overall very satisfied good quality a little expensive.
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