Originally Posted by Peterrrr
Not sure what you mean here? If you drive the toad that is hooked up with the ready brake cable, using the toads brakes moves the cable within the brake cable housing. Have not had any problems with a seizing cable on my toads, and I usually only tow them 6 months of the year. Drive them the rest of the year.
Just noticed your reply/question.
I have had reports of that cable sizing, I have had problems with cables like it (Parking brake, shifter cables on my Bicycle, all the same cable) if not used often.
I suspect that the install may make a difference in your case the brake arm bracket is directly in line with the sleeve end and it can push the cable in, if it's off a bit the cable may "Fold" instead of being pushed through the sleeve.
In my case.. When I get to the point of installing (Likely a year or two from now) I will be towing every 1-2 weeks so I expect no problems.. Just now I can not tow... Car is all set for towing (Save brakes) motor home has everything it needs to tow save for a motor, and that will take 1-2 years to replace if predictions hold.