I've been searching the internet for a copy of TS1087 manual, does anyone have an online version or a link to a reliable site, I found a copy in WA state library through Trove, but I think it is a real copy not digital. Thanks.
Thanks grandad & jon_d, I did see the one in the UK, but I was after something so I can get the brakes working this weekend.
I removed the head from the compressor & found the disc on the discharge side was loose & not allowing air past the reed valve, cleaned all the crap(technical term) fitted a new "o" ring to the unloader pin. Hopefully I get it fitted today, I think it's going to get up to 8° today.
The intake side of the compressor should be connected to an air filter of some type. Is this correct?
The brakes work ok when properly adjusted and bled. They don't like sustained braking.
Mine (diesel) is fitted with an exhaust brake is it makes the world of difference. Going around Tassy last year, we were rolling down 12-16 % hills in the west coast and not touching the brakes. - all on the exhaust brake.
A couple of times, we came round a corner at 80ks to be met with a steep down hill; jumped on the brakes, got it down to 3rd/2nd and then relaxed.