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Old 10-30-2011, 10:43 AM   #1
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Braking System

I'm getting ready to use a Subaru Forester as my toad vehicle any suggestions on braking systems. I am interested in the "SMI Stay In Play Duo"...has anyone out there used this system or have any opinion on it?

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With the all wheel drive system a Subaru may not be a good choice unless it a manual transmission, https://www.subaru.com/my-subaru/faq.html

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Thanks...it is a manual transmission, checked that out before we got it.
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I used the United Brake system from US Gear on my Baja! Simple, fast to hook up. Used it over 20K miles and then xfered it to my Jeep.
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Free2Go, We have owned the SMI duo 4 years and am very satisfied. I installed myself.

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