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Old 11-18-2005, 12:23 PM   #1
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I'm in the process of wiring my tow dolly with electric brakes and a break away system. On the MH side there is a 6-wire which connects to a 4-wire adaptor on the dolly. There is also a Leisure Products electronic light adaptor of some kind wired and fastened to the MH hitch.
I'm replacing all of the connectors and wires with 7-wire and Prodigy controller.

Do I still need the Leisure Products adaptor?
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I'm in the process of wiring my tow dolly with electric brakes and a break away system. On the MH side there is a 6-wire which connects to a 4-wire adaptor on the dolly. There is also a Leisure Products electronic light adaptor of some kind wired and fastened to the MH hitch.
I'm replacing all of the connectors and wires with 7-wire and Prodigy controller.

Do I still need the Leisure Products adaptor?
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Old 11-19-2005, 07:54 AM   #3
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I figured it out; it's a 3 to 2 wire adaptor. I think I'll keep it for now!
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