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Old 07-23-2016, 02:00 PM   #1
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Anybody know where to connect Brakemaster air?

I bought a Roadmaster Brakemaster 9100 supplemental system for my 2003 Fleetwood Bounder 38N and 2003 Jeep Wrangler TJ. I have completed the connections and wiring on the Jeep and now am ready to connect to the motorhome. I don't see an unused port on brake relay valve so I assume I must put a tee in one of the rear brake lines.

Has anyone done this? Any tips to assist me?

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Old 07-26-2016, 09:35 PM   #2
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I had a 2005 Fleetwood Expedition that I installed a Brakemaster on several years ago. There is no open ports. You have to tie in on the SERVICE side of the brake can on the rear. I used the passenger side, but either will work. It isn't hard, but you have to ensure you are on the service side and not the park side.

You will need to get under the coach and take the airline off the can while having someone press the brake. You want the service side which is the side that you will get air on when brake is applied.

If memory serves me correctly, the install manual addressed this and how to do it on the one I had.

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Old 07-27-2016, 12:29 PM   #3
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Yes I also had to use a T for the air line. I run a Brakemaster on the Kia and a M&G on the F150 , I love the M&G for simple install and the simple design, nothing to wear out but a O ring.
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OK I'm guessing that this is a gasser and not a DP as others have thought.
Yes you do need t tap into the hydraulic brake system to put in the sending unit to the air compressor system that you must install. I have had this done on 2 gasser MH's by a Roadmaster Installer. I'd have done it myself but did not have the time or the place to do it besides the street.
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