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Old 03-25-2013, 11:10 AM   #1
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Ready Brute/Brake Final Questions (Hopefully)

I found a local trailer dealer that will install this along with the Blue Ox Baseplate, but I want to make sure I order everything I need for the towbar/braking system from Ready Brute system.


Ready Brute Elite which includes the towbar, the safety cables and the DL-300 In-Dash Brake Monitor.

1) Will any type of breakaway setup work or will I need the Readystop Break Away Kit?

2) Clevis for the Blue Ox baseplate

3) Anything else?
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1. yes, you will need this. Others brake setup usually have the breakaway built in to the brake system.

2. yes

3. you will need a form of harness for the the lights... cooltech, mopar.... etc.
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I did not show it, but the installer will be installing a Roadmaster wiring system.
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You'll need the heavy-duty coil cord to connect the electrical from the MH to the toad.
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You'll need the heavy-duty coil cord to connect the electrical from the MH to the toad.
I was thinking that also. I will discuss this with the installer tomorrow when I get everything ordered. I want to make sure I have the correct ends for everything. I know the motorhome will have a 7 pin connection, but I do not know what the Roadmaster wiring connection will be.
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