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Old 06-09-2015, 10:46 AM   #1
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You gotta wonder how this rig performs on a downhill!!Click image for larger version

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Old 06-09-2015, 10:52 AM   #2
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Would want to be absolutely certain the trailer brakes were up to par
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I don't think the commercial with the Toyota Tundra towing the space shuttle could hold a candle to this one.




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The 5th wheel should have Brembo 30in disc brakes and a CPU controling the dynamic stability control....
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Brakes, shmakes.


The TT's brakes are adequate to slow it's own mass.
The problem is that it has the power-to-mass ratio of a fright train.


Its the route planning that concerns me. That rig would need a 1/2 mile just to get to double-nickels.
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That rig would need a 1/2 mile just to get to double-nickels.
55? That's wishful thinking
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You gotta wonder how this rig performs on a downhill!!Attachment 18555
Does this fall under the saying, "when I tow it...I hardly know it's back there"?
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The sales guy also sold him the Taj Mahal, Golden Gate Bridge and 51% interest in the Houston Texans.
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I'm thinking the car may be "Smart", but the driver is not!
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