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Old 10-11-2005, 12:13 PM   #1
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My Cousin's toad is a Saturn Vu and he purchased
the brake Pro system. The problem that he has
is he does not have the mobility to move the
unit and hook it up since he had his hip
surgery. There have so far been a lot of helpful
folks to help him hook up the system and remove
it. I was wondering if there would be an
easier brake system that he could use with out
the removal an re setting it up each time he
has to tow? He has a 1999 36ft Storm with
hydrolic brakes. Just doing a little research
for him. thanks
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Old 10-11-2005, 12:13 PM   #2
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My Cousin's toad is a Saturn Vu and he purchased
the brake Pro system. The problem that he has
is he does not have the mobility to move the
unit and hook it up since he had his hip
surgery. There have so far been a lot of helpful
folks to help him hook up the system and remove
it. I was wondering if there would be an
easier brake system that he could use with out
the removal an re setting it up each time he
has to tow? He has a 1999 36ft Storm with
hydrolic brakes. Just doing a little research
for him. thanks
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Old 10-11-2005, 01:16 PM   #3
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Look at DE-Celerator by US Gear. They're on the web. I installed mine about a year ago (just before my 69th birthday) so don't be too concerned unless you wear tri-focals like me. It is a fully integrated proportional system. It uses the toad power brakes and is fully adjustable from the cockpit. They are installed by many of the RV shops. Good luck, Steve
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Old 10-11-2005, 03:55 PM   #4
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I'm kinda partial to the SMI stay-n-play. All you do is turn on a switch. If'n you can't do that you'd better stay home.
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