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Old April 2nd, 2012, 09:28 PM   #21
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You should probably just stop posting, you're well on your way for a retard badge.

Nothing is nicer then having a gooseneck with 2 or 3 rigs on it, and trailer brakes and still having the ability to stop as well as when your truck is unloaded.

Keeping in mind your trailer doesn't have brakes is all fine and dandy cruising through town at 25 mph to drag your sister mom's mobile home to the new trailer park behind the walmarts gas station, but keeping in mind you don't have trailer brakes when some douchenozzle pulls out in front of you on a rural road as your traveling 55 mph with no where to go and then decides to make a left turn with traffic coming doesn't work so well.

Step away from the keyboard stupid, you're making it really easy to see how inbred you are.
lol, I should spend more time on here so I would've known he's just a douchnozzle
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Old April 30th, 2012, 08:00 AM   #22
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randpcarriages on fleabay. I've bought thousands of dollars worth of brake kits from him and his family. I haven't been to a trailer store in Michigan that it wasn't cheaper to buy a whole Dexter axle from randpcarriages than buying just the brake kit. The price of them is up probably $20 from the first time I bought a pair of 5x4.5" kits to now but few things haven't gone up in the world in the last five years.

And any tard that doesn't have at least one axle of brakes on something that weighs more than 2k behind them should just stay at home. These tards are the ones that made all the legislation happen that now targets are the commercial carriers (lawncare, idiots flat towing at 70mph from the autoauctions).
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Old May 1st, 2012, 07:09 AM   #23
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+1 for randpcarriages.

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