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Brought the Cat home, it had NO brakes whatsoever. First thing we did after unloading, was burnish the brakes per the owners manual, brakes then worked GREAT!
 

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i have never heard of burning brakes process before, but i am gonna do it.
 

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I would definitely recommend it, others on this site complain about bad brakes, and evidently they didn't read the owners manual, the burnishing process is in the manual.
 

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The brakes are bad...period. I did burnish my brakes and they are WAY better than when I rolled this thing down the street for it's maiden voyage and accidentally ran over the neighbors dog because I couldn't stop. But I cannot believe how bad these brakes are.
 

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The brakes are bad...period. I did burnish my brakes and they are WAY better than when I rolled this thing down the street for it's maiden voyage and accidentally ran over the neighbors dog because I couldn't stop. But I cannot believe how bad these brakes are.
ROFLMFAO pleeeeease say there is video of this!!!!! I am laughing so hard it hurts !!!!!!!


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RPM, my brakes seem to work great after the burnishing process. Before we did it I had a similar experience on my steep driveway, but after the burnishing we ran some steep mountain grades with sheer dropoffs with no brake worries! They worked great.
 

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Same for me, we did a lot of start and stop stuff over the weekend, the brakes don't suck, as I had previously stated many times.
 

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Cat kicked the dog's ass.

No video. That evidence would have subjected me to arrest.

Yes, my brakes suck. Glad yours do not. I followed the procedure to a T. They are better but not 'good'. Okay, maybe 'SUCKS' is too harsh a description. Manageable would be a better word. Much like my jeep with 38.5" pitbull Maddogs.
 
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