Originally Posted by CG CWO4 RET
I want to tow my Jeep Wrangler RUBI behind my DP... Can I install the RVI Brake 2 system on it (so I can move it to another future vehicle) or do I need to do the M & G Air Coach Brake System? I seem to go through lot's of vehicles and would hate to drop all that cash on the Jeep and end up selling it within a year or two.
What's the best way to go (Jeep install Brake system) flat towing a jeep wrangler 2005?
Thanks in advance!
CG CW04 RET,
First off, a "Warrant" officer huh? That's great! Got great respect for Warrants. Anyway, speaking from experience of using a couple different auxiliary braking systems over the years, we just went to the M & G a few months ago. I wish I'd done it YEARS ago. I don't know how much you know about it but, in short, it's by far, for a diesel driver, the simplest and easiest system to deal with.
There's absolutely NOTHING on the inside of your Jeep, EVER! All that's needed for prep for towing is, a small curly cue air line between the two. It litterally takes about 3-4 seconds to hook up and you're done.
Now, as for your "problem" of switching vehicles (toads) on an "every so often basis", well, M & G sells refurbished units that are warrantied as good as the new ones and, are available for multiple toads, at a reduced price. The install on the coach side, is actually quite simple and takes maybe, if you're goofing around, about an hour.
The install on the Jeep side takes about twice that and, also is not very hard or technical. Your choice.