Originally Posted by Richard Martin
The third video is dramatic. You can clearly see the impact the front brake have. I can see a use for them even on flat ground. At the speeds my Dixie goes I often have to start slowing down a pretty good distance before the end of a row just to keep the rear tires from sliding. With TedBrakes I would be able to go further at full speeds before slowing down thereby increasing productivity.
I asked Ted several times if they work on the flat surface - he didn't answered (his explanation - on the hill down, more weight goes on front wheels), so I can assume - it doesn't work on the flat grass for deceleration