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Old 07-23-2012, 08:12 AM   #29
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My thanks to all who have contributed so far. A lot of different points of view have been pointed out here, including politics and economics which I welcome, but really didn't expect.
To sum it up and not only from just this forum, the whole thing sounds like.....try and see if you like it. You'll know soon enough if it can handle it comfortably and also if it's safe enough.
To follow up and after a lot of inspecting and research, we have the READYBRUTE/READYBRAKE and READYSTOP installed along with the monitor light on the coach dash.
The install went well along with a few mods that include a turnbuckle in the brake cable for any quick and fine tune adjustments and also a quick disconnect at the brake pedal for when not using the Jeep as a toad.
Just returned last week from a maiden voyage and all went well. Pulls great and stops on the flat lands anyway. Gas gauge might be dropping a lot more than usual, but can't say for sure since I didn't attempt to do any math.

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