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Old 08-30-2014, 07:54 AM   #1
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Braking system for 07 Beaver

We are thinking about getting new CRV to pull behind our 07 Beaver Marquis. Looking at an Air Force one braking system but concerned with cost to have it installed. Any suggestions on a system? Thanks in advance for any help.

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Look at M&G.

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My local independent auto repair shop installed my AF1 in 4.5 hours, $350. I got the system from dyersonline.com for $949 with free shipping. I looked at the M&G but it wouldn't fit in my Saturn.
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Thanks for posts guys. Leaning towards the AF1 right now. Thanks for posting your installation time and costs also. Very helpful

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