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Old 11-12-2017, 07:14 AM   #1
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Has anybody used the RediBrake system?
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Ready brute elite for 7 years. Great system. 8000 lb rating so pulls my Ram 1500 just fine! No issues so far
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You can find a ton of information over in the "Toad" forum.

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I use a Ready Brake with a blue Ox hitch to tow my 2008 Malibu with our 1341 34 ft Seabreeze. Works perfect and I highly recommend the system. Others have posted the link. That is where I bought mine. Easy to install. Good luck! John
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