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Old 06-28-2012, 09:39 PM   #1
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Brand new to towing....have some Brake Buddy questions

We see what appears to be a fairly good price on a Pontiac G6 (I know they closed down Pontiac) equipped with a Blue Ox and Brake Buddy system as a package deal for towing.

I've heard Blue Ox products mentioned quite often. Assuming the attachments on each specific automobile toad are unique, is the bulk of the tow bar unit fairly universal connecting to the towing vehicle?

Are there many different models of Brake Buddy, and if so, what are the significant differences? Any features that should be absolutely included? The pictures posted, show the unit positioned alongside the car, and looks like it gets positioned on the floor of the car, in front of the driver's seat, and attaches with a clamp to the brake I suspect a lot of these units do.

Really could use some help here..........and reports good and bad.

Thanks to all.

Ken and Terry
2010 Georgetown 330TS being pushed by our
2017 GMC Terrain toad (4 wheels down)
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