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Old 08-04-2015, 12:32 AM   #41
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I have a 2015 Forester 2501TS, a Chevy Based Class C. I equipped my 2015 Wrangler with the Falcon 2, a SMI Stay and Play Brake System and changed the wiring, total cost in Northern California $4,000. 00. I was concerned about pulling the Wrangler with a small block Chevy (6.0), overall it pulls good, I do shift down quicker on steep hills and if the grade is steep and long I shift down one more gear that the same hill without the TOAD. Overall I am pleased with my setup. JH

One drawback that I was not expecting was that I cannot back up with the Jeep attached. I though with my Class A experience, it would be a breeze... not, O well. JH

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Old 08-04-2015, 08:13 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by rhart View Post
I'm trying to picture the "rock guard". Is it the black brush like gizmo that hangs down behind the rear wheels? 12 or 14" long?
Yes, my is made of a hard plastic. They help to stop rocks and debris from hitting your tow vehicle.

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