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Old 01-26-2014, 09:07 AM   #29
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Well said, I believe what you say.
I have a tire monitoring system for all wheels on the ground including the toad so I don't think I will be wearing any wheel down to a nub. JMHO.
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Old 01-26-2014, 09:11 AM   #30
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I have a tire monitoring system for all wheels on the ground including the toad so I don't think I will be wearing any wheel down to a nub. JMHO.
I do now, I didn't have one when it happened.
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We use a Demco KAR KADDY with surge brakes, we have one Ford Focus and two small trucks so a tow dolly is what our needs call for, can't be setting up 3 vehicles 4 down.Never had any problems with tow dolly and once you learn how to strap it down you'll never have loose straps-Now I am 68 and can bend over easily yet so that may be a factor also.I tickles me that a couple will have a $100,000 MH and not want to spend the money for a new car to tow 4 down and then complain about it-No one thing is best for everyone -Look at your situation then make a decision Rich
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I have a tire monitoring system for all wheels on the ground including the toad so I don't think I will be wearing any wheel down to a nub. JMHO.
Smart and good insurance.
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I do now, I didn't have one when it happened.
Smart and good insurance also, keep you from noticing a flat 5 or 6 miles down the road.
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