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Old 04-26-2012, 05:14 PM   #1
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invisibrake by roadmaster

we are trying to determine what type brake system to put on our jeep 4wd. anyone have any feedback on the invisibrake by roadmaster?

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Old 04-26-2012, 05:24 PM   #2
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i have the invisibrake and it locked the breaks when i drove my jeep had to take the break cable off. and make sure you use a battery disconnect it will drain your battery, even though it has a trickle charger on it, the charge is not enough to charge over the amount of consumption when you place it in acc. position. did not have a good time with mine

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Don't know if Anyone got my reply earlier but want yo thank all for the input. We decided to go with a different one. My hubby took care of it do I font remember the name.....but thanks to all for the help! We really appreciate it!
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Old 04-27-2012, 05:43 PM   #4
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There are few systems I'd consider.. The Invisi-Brake from Roadmaster is on the short list of those. I have not seen one, however I have read the manuals, and I've read the ads, and from what I have read it is a system worthy of consideration..

US-Gear Unified Brake Decelerator, which I did have, is another such system, there are things I like about the US gear system.. However there are tings I like about the Invisi Brake that offset it.

And Ready Brake (A surge bake system) is the 3rd one on my short list.

If I had a DP I'd add Air Force One. and M&G to the list.
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