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Old 01-07-2015, 10:42 AM   #1
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Save Time Installing Your Next Tail Light Wiring Kit With The Demco Towed Connector!

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Eliminate the hassle of cutting, splicing, drilling, or taping when installing your next tail light wiring kit with the Demco Towed Connector. It's simple "plug n play" installation saves you valuable time! Get one today and see for yourself why they call this towed connector system the industry's best direct plug-in electrical hook-up for your towed vehicle!

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What about back feed if I'm using a braking system such as SMI Air Force?
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Feedback from the brakes being applied? That would not be an issue. I have used the air force one for 7 years and cannot think of any other problem that system would cause with this wiring kit. I have used this wiring kit with the SMI stay & play and RVibrake with no issues.

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RVupgrades Product Spotlight of The Day! The Demco Towed Connector System

Eliminate the hassle of cutting, splicing, drilling, or taping when installing your next tail light wiring kit with the Demco Towed Connector. It's simple "plug n play" installation saves you valuable time! Get one today and see for yourself why they call this towed connector system the industry's best direct plug-in electrical hook-up for your towed vehicle!

Your link doesn't work for me and I can't find this on the Demco site.
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Sorry about that --> https://www.rvupgradestore.com/categ...nector&Submit=
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Does this have the diodes built in?
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There are no diodes used in this kit. You will notice your RV's brakes come on if you run a test on your braking system and have your electrical cable attached to your toad. We inquired with Demco about this and they said there is no need for diodes. We have had no issues nor have we heard of any issues over the past few years that we have been offering this product.
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