Have a 2005 Winnie Aspect with a Ford E450. Looking to tow a 2009 Wrangler using a Brake Buddy. Trying to avoid battery meltdown so have ordered a TOAD-CHARGE that connects either the house or chassis battery to the toad through a device called the Battery Isolator. Supposedly, the BI connects the chassis and house batteries. However, can't find the darn thing! Any help would be appreciated.
2005 Winnie Aspect-26'-2009 Jeep Wrangler X
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I had the same situation. The directions also say you can hook it up directly to the battery. That's what I did.
The only drawback is that the instructions say you may develop corrosion at the hook up point at the battery.
2006 DSDP 4320
2005 Honda Pilot
Have you thought of using a "ready brake" system. I also tow a new wrangler behind our Dolphin and have had nothing but good things to say about the ready brake. No electronics or clunky boxes to deal with. A simple connection with a stainless cable is all you need to be ready to go. Just a thought since you were still in the discovery mode.
Rick and Julia
2005 Dolphin 5376, W24, Solid Body Paint, Koni FSD's
2007 Wrangler Unlimited....it follows us everywhere.