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Old 03-21-2014, 12:24 AM   #1
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Airforce 1 braking system

Does anyone know if I can purchase the portion of this system that installs on the toad by itself? I have the motorhome portion installed but would like to have another toad fitted to tow also. Thanks, Roger (ps, mtr home is dp)
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I have an air socket and electrical connection on the rear of my DP , was wondering the best way to hook up a toad
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I had the hole system installed on my coach and jeep last year I called Air Force one and they recommended a dealer in my area they were very helpful you will love it .
And to answer your question you can purchase just the toad portion .
If you are in Florida north trail rv has a large selection of Air Force one systems and parts in stock
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SMI 99209 Air Force One 2nd Car Kit Braking System
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