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Old 01-28-2012, 10:42 AM   #11
Join Date: Jan 2012
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There definately is a lot there maybe making it more or too complicated for nothing. But what it does effectively, is it quickly adds another axle to your truck, basically making it a tandem or a tag axle truck giving the vehicle more capacity. Then the hitch and pivot point is right at the back axle making it solid. The question is whether or not the tiny wheels can last, especially since they don't follow the same track. They would be exposed to different ruts, gravel, etc.

Does anyone know how to contact these guys to ask them more about it? Their web site seems dead.

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