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Just noticed this on E-Bay. Looks like it could be a good deal if its the right one for you.

"This is a braking system I bought for my Bluebird and never used it ,, was set up for a 2001 suburban bolts between the master cyl should fit many others"

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Wish I had my invoice here showing what I just paid for one on my F-150. You will want to add the break-a-way option to it. I didn't see that part in the pic.
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Folks: This is a remanufactured unit according to the writeup, also it may not be interchangable for your toad. Check the manufactures site for unit compatability it looks to fit the larger GM vehicles. There is about a $450 unit exchange to make it fit so it may not be a good deal for everyone. If it were for a Cherokee I'd be all over it.
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Thanks for the heads up. I snagged this one. Looks like it's missing the air hose from the coach to the toad but that's a small item. I'll also need to get or build the breakaway unit.
I've been kicking around buying back our '78 full size Blazer for a toad. This just clinched the deal.
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any truck parts house will have the 1/4'' air line needed to run the air.
and they will have a small slinky hose to run from the coach to the toad.
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any truck parts house will have the 1/4'' air line needed to run the air. and they will have a small slinky hose to run from the coach to the toad.
Thanks - this looks like a great setup. I've seen some that go on the floorboard of the car and this seems a lot easier once it's installed nothing to move and store each time you want to use the toad.
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Thanks for the heads up. I snagged this one. Looks like it's missing the air hose from the coach to the toad but that's a small item. I'll also need to get or build the breakaway unit.
I've been kicking around buying back our '78 full size Blazer for a toad. This just clinched the deal.
Brett,

Glad to know one of us was able to grab that M&G.

They don't have a unit that will fit our little Honda Civic. So I'm still looking for a low cost solution to satisfy regulations. The car is only 2,700 lbs. I doubt I will even know its there.

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