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Old 12-14-2009, 12:21 PM   #1
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Getting air brake air to back of motorhome for toad

My TrailBlazer is equipped with a unit that uses Motorhome air brake air to actuate the toad brakes. Is there anyone out there with experience or info on tapping into the Motorhome air brake system?... DutchStar on a Spartan chassis.

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I hear that Spartan requires a special tap top safely take air form the brake system - prevents loss of coach air in case the line to the toad brake fails. Hopefully another Spartan chassis owner can help.

My Freightliner chassis has a tee in the line at the coach rear axle and my Brakemaster simply hooks in there.
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