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Old 09-08-2013, 09:00 PM   #29
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Thx guys..

Today I tested the 3p.

Returning home on TX 152, about 2 miles from toll road a really old guy driving an older Ford F150 started passing. He could not see over road rise to oncoming traffic. He also tried pass in yellow line stretch.

When I noticed, he had overcome quickly.. I was running speed limit of 55. He wasps way of our 34' and I realized this was bad.

I hit shoulder until Curbside was aost off paved shoulder.

Oncoming car also took to their shoulder as F150 continued to take his half down the middle.

I can only guess the guy was blind, thought he was on 4lane or was just lucky we were paying attention.

Oh, the 3p did job. AS stayed directly behind. No waver or sway in this marginally aggressive movement and braking.

Could another standard hitch done as well? From previous experience, not as well. Would it have been "good enough"??? When I needed it I had it. Nuff said.

Peace and Blessings..
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