A Frame

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  1. schojac

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    best try again tomorrow with this question . sorry but its a bit late tonight. cheers alan.
     
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    had an interesting chat to the man at malvern m,home show. very neat electric box picks up the slowing down moytion n puts on the brakes . very nice piece of kit. as to the aframe again very nice put together frame . reminds me of the un braked aframes sold in the states and here a few years ago for vw,s . thereal point is an a frame can be easily constructed have a braked hitch conected by a bit of bowden cable type wire to your brake pedal. very cheaply. its all old hat except this crowd use a childs computer type game to work the brakes. give them 10 out of 10 for effort. have a look at it at the shows its quite a near bit of kit.
     
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    had an interesting chat to the man at malvern m,home show. very neat electric box picks up the slowing down moytion n puts on the brakes . very nice piece of kit. as to the aframe again very nice put together frame . reminds me of the un braked aframes sold in the states and here a few years ago for vw,s . the real point is an a frame can be easily constructed have a braked hitch conected by a bit of bowden cable type wire to your brake pedal. very cheaply. its all old hat except this crowd use a childs computer type game to work the brakes. give them 10 out of 10 for effort. have a look at it at the shows its quite a nice bit of kit. but i shant be buying one.
     
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    :Smile: In other words it works the same as my Brake Buddy in a smaller package. Good for them if the price is right. :thumb:
     

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