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Old 02-07-2015, 06:21 PM   #1
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Getting the Toad set up!

Thanks to Walt2137 and a local seller, we now have base plate (with modified grill for our brand new car), and a Brake Buddy! About $700 so far. Tow Bar and quick release came in under $300. Only thing lacking is the lighting set up. This has been a lot less painful that I originally anticipated. Big thanks to Walt, he has spent a great deal of time talking with the husband about this set up and I know the DH is learning from him!!
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Thanks for the kind words but you actually helped me out by buying the brackets that I had removed from our last toad along with a free grill insert to make it a easier installation for you. I think I mention to your hubby that the top light is the toad brake light and the bottom is the signal light, I used the bottom light for the coach lights because I use a toad brake system that mashes the toad brake and will light up the top light. One other thing the wires to the toad lights are extremely small and you should solder the wire connections. Thanks Guys !
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Wiring is done and we are ready to go!! Just got to take care of some business and then hit the road!
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