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Old 01-08-2013, 07:03 AM   #1
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Thumbs down Air controlled master ctlinder actuator for GM car

I saw an under the hood kit on a towed GM car. It was an aluminum spacer between the firewall and the master cylinder, air actuated by the motorhome brake system. The only other modification was a K&N filter kit to make room for the master cylinder that had to be moved forward 6 inches. Anyone know where this kit is available?
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I know a man who has and uses one with his 45' Newmar and Ford SUV towed. He loves it. See http://m-gengineering.com/ I found it using Dogpile search engine.
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I have the M and G brake system on my Jeep Liberty . Easy hookup, works well,
Completely transparent when just using car alone ( not being towed ). Cost effective,
Easy to install. They do not have an adapter for every make of car . Check the web site
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Old 01-17-2013, 02:43 PM   #4
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I have the M&G system on my Yukon. Nothing new, been around for a long time. All these other electronic widgets and gizmos are what is new. The simplicity of the system blows your mind. I would not use anything else. It was recommended to me and installed by a very experienced towing shop. They install it on all air brake motorhome-towed vehicles that provide room for it under the hood.
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