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Old 06-30-2006, 05:36 AM   #1
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I noticed that the pin that holds the clevis to the operating arm was loose and falling out. It was press fit on to the clevis. I called up Brake Buddy and they forwarded a complete clevis for my unit. The pin now has a head and secured with a cotter pin. Great unit, Great company. I recommend them highly.....BTW there was no charge
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I noticed that the pin that holds the clevis to the operating arm was loose and falling out. It was press fit on to the clevis. I called up Brake Buddy and they forwarded a complete clevis for my unit. The pin now has a head and secured with a cotter pin. Great unit, Great company. I recommend them highly.....BTW there was no charge
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CAPT Bud,

I also had great service from Mark at Brake Buddy Technical Support regarding an air leak in the pressure regulator. He correctly diagnosed a small rubber tip that worked itself loose, told me how to repair it, and helped me over the phone with some questions.

I won't use any other braking device for my toad.

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