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Old 07-17-2019, 03:07 PM   #1
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Invisibrake address

I just bought a class a motorhome and now have to have someone hook up my Invisibrake. My toad is all set and does not need anything. However, my motorhome will have to have it re-installed. I want to contact Invisibrake but cannot find any contact info for them. Does anyone have that info?
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Old 07-17-2019, 05:59 PM   #2
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Roadmaster Invisibrake is part of Gander Outdoors.

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1-888-5GANDER

https://www.ganderoutdoors.com/helpcenter

On edit: I found this address later:
ADDRESS FOR NOTICES TO ROADMASTER
ROADMASTER, Inc., 6110 NE 127th Ave, Vancouver, WA
98682

That one is for warranty claims, but if the phone an web address don't help, then maybe ask those warranty folks how to contact the department you need.
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InvisiBrake is a Roadmaster product. I think Gander Outdoors is just one of many authorized dealers for Roadmaster products.

Roadmaster InvisBrake webpage

Yes, Roadmaster itself is located at the address SmokeyWren has given in Vancouver WA and it's just outside of Portland Oregon. However, they have lots of factory authorized dealers around the country that can service and install Roadmaster products.

Go HERE for the Roadmaster "dealer locator"

Roadmaster's phone is (800) 669-9690 or local (360) 896-0407 if you want to call them to confirm an authorized dealer that is convenient to your location.
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The only wiring in my coach was a single wire run from the rear pigtail connection to an LED on my dash. The Invisibrake energized the wire when the brakes were applied in the toad and the LED would illuminate. This LED also had a ground wire run from the LED to chassis ground in the dash.

On my 2002 Grand Cherokee toad the Jeep brake switch was the source of the voltage. On my 2017 Cherokee Trailhawk a separate brake switch was installed. In both cases the power wire from the brake switches was connected to the same pigtail connection.

When setting up the 2017 Trailhawk, I also ran a charge line from the coach to the Trailhawk via the pigtail. Your toad may or may not have this. Added a 20 amp 12 volt fuse to an open slot in the 12 volt panel, ran a wire from this fuse to a 15 amp breaker, then to pigtail. Some people also add a diode to prevent draining the toad battery if the coach batteries have an issue. This "charge line" is available in a kit from Etrailer.

https://www.etrailer.com/Accessories...RM-156-75.html
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Thanks a million for a very complete explanation.
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