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Old 10-19-2010, 09:18 PM   #71
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Originally Posted by HotMech View Post
My god, all the expensive toads.
I tow a 1988 Ford, Bronco II.
Two reasons, one it cost me $925.00 with $500.00 in improvements, shocks, tires, yada,yada, yada. bought it originally as a snow fighter. Two, I wanted a toad. Welded up a base plate, found a towbar on e-bay for $50.00 bucks, cut up some chain lenghts, and bam, one wonderful Toad,Light weight, and easy to tow. Oh, and of course, the Unified Tow Brake. I don't plan on replacing this Toad, just keep it going. can also ad my PWC trailer in tow, for the "train" effect, damn I love the looks I get.

I agree .......... I had a 98 saturn first the the 16 year old got his license he got the saturn ...... Then i was going to get my explorer setup to tow but i found a chevy metro all set up to tow with roadmaster tow bar and auxillary brake system for 900 bucks and it gets 50 mpg with the 3 cylinder WOOOOOOO big HORSEPOWER LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! But it does have A/C and to run around while camping it does the job and it only weighs 1800 pounds

2008 Damon Daybreak 3135,F53,2011 CR-V toad SMI Stay in Play Duo
Why wait for retirement enjoy life now !!!!!!!!!!
Me , DW, 2 kids and Kasey 8 year old yellow lab
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