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Re: 801 Powermaster hauling.

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02-10-2013 16:12:48

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I've got a tandem axle,but no brakes. I usually assume everyone in front is going to slam on the brakes, every car that comes up from a side road is going to pull out in front of me, and whoever is behind me is going to rearend me. That's without a trailer. X5 with a trailer. This has got to be easier than manuvering in and out of Austin with the 9N and equipment.
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02-10-2013 18:13:30

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 Re: 801 Powermaster hauling. in reply to billy boy2, 02-10-2013 16:12:48  
I use a 1980 Chev heavy half ton to haul all my tractors with a 16 foot car type trailer but I do have one axle with brakes. You can do it but if you do drive slower and leave extra space between you and the guy in front of you. Your truck will not have trouble pulling it but it sure will not stop on a dime let along a thousand of them. Had the brake controller go bad on me when I was hauling my Oliver Super 88 and it is a lot heavier then any 801 is and I did just fine I just made sure I had extra stopping space

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