We have bought and sold, bartered and traded, and even given away sheet metal brakes in my and my brother's shops in recent years. Lately we've been making do with a small 24" brake and going next door to use a pan brake when we needed one. So, I've been in the market for a decent 48" brake for a little while now. I visited Baileigh's showroom in Ontario, CA when I was down in LA for the roadster show and checked out what they have to offer. I saw their 48" magnetic brake and was pretty impressed. After talking with a couple of people who have them and seeing some of the things that can be done with them that cannot be done with conventional brakes, I decided that was the one I wanted. I gave Shane a call and got it ordered. We got it in a few days ago and set it up. I've only played around with it a bit with some scrap pieces so far but, I am impressed. One of the guys in my brother's off road shop, which is in the same building as Highway 99 Hot Rods, got to use it first to build a box for the fuel cell in his off road Ford Ranger.