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Old 07-05-2016, 08:05 PM   #1
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Braking system

Who has the even brake from Roadmaster and do you like it? Pros and cons.

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Old 07-05-2016, 08:41 PM   #2
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Who has the even brake from Roadmaster and do you like it? Pros and cons.
Oh, I saw the "breaking system" and thought it was going to be a Ford thread.

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Oh, I saw the "breaking system" and thought it was going to be a Ford thread.
Now that's funny.

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I have Evenbrake, have been out one time with it. So far I really like it. It does not react like trailer brakes where they apply every time you brake. It reacts when you have significant change in inertia so if you are easing along in traffic it does not react but if you stop hard it does.
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I have had an EvenBrake in a '05 CRV and than moved to to an '08 Saturn. Worked great, easy to move to another vehicle. Just bought a '16 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited today, I am going to SMI Duo. I am tired of hooking/unhooking and storing EB.
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