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Old 07-04-2016, 01:49 AM   #29
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Yet another vote for the RVI2 system. We move ours back and forth between a 98 Jeep Wrangler rock crawler and 2007 Grand Cherokee depending on where we are going that trip.

Works great in both vehicles, responds super fast for emergency braking, and never had a problem with battery drain even after back to back travel days. Definitely get the carry case to safely store the unit when not in use.

The wireless remote is wonderful, system is super easy to install, and doesn't take up very much storage space when not in use. If I only pulled one vehicle, and did so pretty much all the time, I'd go with an installed system. But if you switch vehicles at all, or only pull a vehicle on vacation, the RVI2 is the way to go.
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Old 07-05-2016, 09:57 AM   #30
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Yet another vote for the RVI2 system. We move ours back and forth between a 98 Jeep Wrangler rock crawler and 2007 Grand Cherokee depending on where we are going that trip.

Works great in both vehicles, responds super fast for emergency braking, and never had a problem with battery drain even after back to back travel days. Definitely get the carry case to safely store the unit when not in use.

The wireless remote is wonderful, system is super easy to install, and doesn't take up very much storage space when not in use. If I only pulled one vehicle, and did so pretty much all the time, I'd go with an installed system. But if you switch vehicles at all, or only pull a vehicle on vacation, the RVI2 is the way to go.
Chevy guy,

What setting for the pin (3 holes) do you have your claw set at for the Jeep? My first run with the RVi2 I lost the brake pad on the pedal for my 97 Wrangler.
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What setting for the pin (3 holes) do you have your claw set at for the Jeep? My first run with the RVi2 I lost the brake pad on the pedal for my 97 Wrangler.
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Mine is still on the middle hole, and works fine. Was the pad worn and loose? Hope you can get it figured out.
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Well, I ended up just taking off the brake pedal pad, and it worked great for the trip home. Maybe the pad is worn.
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