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Old 07-04-2016, 10:03 AM   #1
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2002 CC Affinity and 2011 Jeep GC Brake System

Hello,

Still newish with the Country Coach and now need to pull our first toad. We could use some help with a supplemental brake system.

We bought a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee with the hemi and so far going with a Blue Ox Alpha Tow Bar and the appropriate base plates and custom fit wiring.

We would like the brake system to run off coach air and wired so that the jake brake won't set off the toad brakes. Our location is around the Loveland, Fort Collins and Denver area and could use some help with who would do a competent job installing.

And, is it feasible to order from ETrailers but have a local shop install?
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I have the RoadMaster Sterling tow bar and the RoadMaster BrakeMaster on our '03 Magna and '97 Cherokee.

The BrakeMaster is operated from the coach air system. I've had this system on two coaches and many miles. I really like it, easy to connect and disconnect the tow bar and the BrakeMaster.

I had a friend in the Denver area who took his to Camping World for buying and install. Camping World installed mine many years ago and back then you had a "as long as you own the coach" type warranty for any install issues that might come up

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