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Old 08-17-2016, 04:39 PM   #1
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Brake for Cadillac SRX

What is the best brake for this car ? 2015 model.
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Depends on several variables: Does you MH have air brakes? Do you want a permanent installation? My choice for trouble free use would be SMI Air Force One for a rig with air brakes, and SMI Duo for a rig without air brakes. Just my opinion.
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It's air. Thanks for the input.
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Air Force One from SMI. You will not find a better brake for your setup, IMO.

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Yes Yes Yes to Air Force One. Live how it opersetes, it a a snap to hook up
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