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Old 04-01-2014, 05:51 PM   #15
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Not a fan of the portable systems such as Brake Buddy, but based on years of forum comments, If that is what you want, Then that is the brand you want, Brake Buddy.

Why am I not a fan: Primary reason (There are others) It is way too tempting to say "OH, forget it" for a short trip, say to drop the MH off at the dealer for routine maintenance.
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Not a fan of the portable systems such as Brake Buddy, but based on years of forum comments, If that is what you want, Then that is the brand you want, Brake Buddy.

Why am I not a fan: Primary reason (There are others) It is way too tempting to say "OH, forget it" for a short trip, say to drop the MH off at the dealer for routine maintenance.
This is EXACTLY why I like the RVIBrake2 system. We had a Blue Ox system and it was a pain in the butt to install... The RVIBrake2 package literally drops in, snap the piston on the brake pedal, plug it in and hit the green button 3 times to "set the system"... you're done!!
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