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Old 02-24-2014, 04:05 PM   #1
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Suggested for me are RVI or SMI Duo braking system. Pros or cons pls? Thanks. Barry

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We need more information. What are you planning to tow? Do you want the brake system to stay in the car or to be portable between different toads? Not every brake system works with every car

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Gormley: would like it to stay in car, possibly a new ford focus automatic. Less work the better. Coach is a 2013 ACE gasser 29.2
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The RVi would be a good choice. It's small and easy to attach. You will need to have a 12V outlet that is live (if you have to do a battery disconnect) but other than that, it is good to go. We have used ours for a 1+ year now and love it.
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