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Old 01-30-2012, 01:25 PM   #15
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And that is one reason that toad brakes are so important besides the legality of it. I notice the pushing and jerking that my toad did to my class C when my toad braked system failed going over the Sisyphus.
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And that is one reason that toad brakes are so important besides the legality of it. I notice the pushing and jerking that my toad did to my class C when my toad braked system failed going over the Sisyphus.
Where is the "Sisyphus"? Did you mean the "Siskiyou Pass" in Oregon on I5?
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