First bit of info you need to know is if your axle has the bracket for electric brakes.
Have a look behind the wheel and see if there is a square bracket with four holes in it (on in each corner of the square).
Next, you'll want to know your wheel size/lug pattern.
While installing my electric brakes yesterday, I noticed my tires were getting some cracking on the sidewalls, so I just bought some new wheels.
Current: Duro ST175/80D13, Bias Ply, Load C
Replacing with: Kenda Karrier ST175/80R13, Radial ply, Load D, mounted on white wheels.
Put electric brakes on the pup. Mounting the brakes/drums only took about an hour and a half. Pretty easy to do actually. Also, put a Tekonsha Prodigy P3 brake controller in the TV.
I'd say the longest part of the whole thing is the wiring. 20A breaker at the TV battery, run that line...
When I was pup shopping, I actually wrote my own app similar to this (I'm an applications developer for a living).
I would parse CL every 5 minutes and send a text message to my phone with any new listings that weren't in the parse from the previous parse 5 mins before.
Even calling people...
Set up the same mod as the OP. Love it! Thanks for the idea.
The slotted rail is screwed into the rod at the top, and hose clamped in the middle since the inside rod travels farther than the 2nd screw hole. Also, the top end cups are screwed into the A/C supports, and the bottom ones are...
Picked up KanJam at Dick's Sporting Goods in NJ. Played a little bit at a neighborhood picnic. Fun game! Definitely need to be able to throw a frisbee with a little bit of accuracy! If you like tossing a frisbee around, this would probably be a worthwhile purchase.