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Old 02-20-2010, 07:05 AM   #1
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I have just bought one and woulk like to get any information on it I could.My main concern at this time is trailer light & brakes wiring.I pull this trailer with 1999 F-250 powerstroke. Any information would be of great help.

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RV2. I presume that the previous owners did not keep the original documents and manuals on the trailer. Holiday Rambler was purchased by Monaco which went bankrupt last year and was purchased by Navstar. Contact Monaco and see if them can supply some information on the trailer.

Otherwise, the wiring on brakes and lights is pretty standard for trailers and you might get some help from a book like RVing for Dummies.


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Had a twin. 87 30 foot Monitor. Idetical except for color. Manuals can be downloaded from the various component manufacturers web sites. You will find the trailer heavy for it's size. Light and brake wiring is standard. In other words do a search for bargman wiring schematic and it will pop up. That is probably the only thing that has been standard in the towable RV industry for nearly ever.
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