What Did You Learn This Month?
"Night School" would not be complete without a quiz! Don't worry about your test-taking skills or grades. This is an open-magazine, true or false test. Clues can be found within the "Night School" text, photos, and captions. Have a good month!

True or False Questions:
1. Ausco-Lambert brakes were internal disc types with self-energizing ability. Modern disc brakes do not offer this self-energizing feature.

2. Modern disc brakes can be easier to service than drum brakes. A disc front brake pad change can be done without removing the wheel hub.

3. Brake bias toward the front makes rear drum brakes adequate for most light truck applications. Drum rear brakes provide for an emergency brake system.

4. Old brake fluid can be reused. Contaminants like moisture are of little concern, plus think of the money saved.

5. Breathing asbestos dust is very harmful. Brake pads with suspected asbestos content must be handled safely. Asbestos-free replacement lining is better for your health.

6. When checking rotor runout, temporarily adjust the wheel bearings to zero endplay. This keeps the rotor on center and provides a more accurate dial indicator reading.

7. Residual hydraulic pressure is useful on disc brakes. Brake drag keeps the pads warm and ready for action.

8. When testing a manual proportioning valve, start with any setting. You should be able to control the vehicle. Instructions from the manufacturers are all the same.

9. Shop manuals call for isopropyl or denatured alcohol to clean hydraulic brake cylinders. Always keep mineral- and petroleum-based products away from rubber products.

10. When forming brake tubing, the ends must be flared. If you don't have a quality double flaring tool, a single flare like copper tubing will do. DOT safety regulations are just to scare people.

1 true 2 true 3 true 4 false 5 true 6 true 7 false 8 false 9 true 10 false

SOURCE
Inline Tube
15066 Technology Drive
Shelby Township
MI  48315
800-385-9452
www.inlinetube.com
Wilwood Engineering
4700 Calle Bolero
Camarillo
CA  93012
805-388-1188
www.wilwood.com
Classic Industries
18460 Gothard Street
Dept. CP
Huntington Beach
CA  92648
800-854-1280
www.classicindustries.com
Classic Tube
Lancaster
NY
800-882-3711
716-759-1800
www.classictube.com
Performance Suspension Technology
PO Box 396
Montville
NJ  07045
877-226-4101
www.p-s-t.com
ECI
P.O. Box 841
Vernon
CT  06066
860-872-7046
www.ecihotrodbrakes.com
ABS Power Brake
233 N. Lemon St.
Orange
CA  92866
714-771-6549
www.abspowerbrake.com
Classic Performance Products
378 E Orangethorpe Ave.
Placentia
CA  92870
800-522-5004
http://www.classicperform.com
National Parts Depot (NPD Michigan)
2435 S. Haggerty Rd.
Canton
MI  48188
734-397-4569
www.npdlink.com
Performance Online
2572 E. Fender Ave. Unit #A
Fullerton
CA  92831
800-638-1703
www.performanceonline.com
LMC Truck
15450 W. 108th Street
Lenexa
KS  66219
800-562-8782
www.lmctruck.com