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Old 05-08-2014, 07:29 PM   #1
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Baseplates installed!

I finished installing the roadmaster 118-8 baseplates on my Geo tracker Toad today with the help of my father today. On my Geo it was a surprisingly easy installation.

Now on to the signal light wiring and finally a readybrake system.

Happy soon to be camper here
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Congrats! The Tracker is a good vehicle to use as a toad. I was afraid to install my own so I had the pros do the base plate/wiring for my Saturn Vue. I take the RV and the toad out for their first long distance trip this weekend.
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I finished installing the roadmaster 118-8 baseplates on my Geo tracker Toad today with the help of my father today. On my Geo it was a surprisingly easy installation.

Now on to the signal light wiring and finally a readybrake system.

Happy soon to be camper here
The fun part is just ahead!
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