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Old 04-04-2005, 11:56 AM
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You miss her ?
Hell yeah! But selling her was still a good decision...........might get another one once the newness of the C6 wears off. Can't touch one for anything under MSRP right now. In a year or two the on-line dealers will be giving 5-7 K off.
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Old 04-04-2005, 11:59 AM
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I have the same little metal thing for my 94, and if my brakes worked i would need to use it to back up any kind of steep hill. What this thing does is prevents the toungue actuated brakes from engaging by preventing the tonngue from sliding.
The newer trailers should have this also instead off the electric lock out. There is a pin/lever on my trailer that is supposed to serve as an emegency lock out, but it doesn't work worth a damned
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