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Old 06-01-2007, 12:02 PM   #1
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I just purchased a new to my tow vehicle and it has a voyager trailer brake in it. I haven't tested it yet to see if it works or not.

If it does work, are these good brake control units or should I swap it to the prodigy? My last tow vehicle had an old Kelsey unit in it and worked fine for my needs. How does the voyager compare?
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I just purchased a new to my tow vehicle and it has a voyager trailer brake in it. I haven't tested it yet to see if it works or not.

If it does work, are these good brake control units or should I swap it to the prodigy? My last tow vehicle had an old Kelsey unit in it and worked fine for my needs. How does the voyager compare?
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you should be just fine , it will be slightly less sensitive to jurking to a stop then the prodigy . its just a good basic brake controler without all the features the high priced ones have.
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