/ Battery based vehicles of today and tomorrow pt 2 #2,301
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- Apr 6, 2004
- Cat D3, Deere 110 TLB, Kubota BX23 and L3800 and RTV900 with restored 1948 Deere M, 1949 Farmall Cub, 1953 Ford Jubliee and 1957 Ford 740 Row Crop, Craftsman Mower, Deere 350C Dozer 50 assorted vehicles from 1905 to 2006
I do a lot of in town driving and occasional distance driving and never bought a rotor including my 1985 3/4 truck…Tesla’s brake lights come on when a set amount of deceleration happens. I love it. I drove a whole outing once without ever touching the brake. Pads and rotors last forever.
I think much is how you drive… my grandmother would go through brakes every 10,000 miles or about once a year… she rode the brakes and I used a lower gear.