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June 22, 2010

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klueck

You were very lucky that it happened when it did. It could have caused a bad accident. I think we'll go check the bracket on our toad!

Glad you got the toad repaired without having to use your insurance. It looks as good as new!

Janice L. Evans

So glad everything is ok. We once lost a boat axle in a similar situation. . .we had been pulling it down the highway at about 55 mph or so. . .and had just turned off. While going very slowly over a railroad track, the entire axle came loose from the trailer. . .so I know the feeling of thankfulness you have, that your incident did not happen in that heavy traffic. . .your guardian angels have set a watch round about you!

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