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I almost rearended someone years ago while towing a Jeep Cherokee without a Aux braking system. That experience was enough for me. I've seen guys tow without one, but they are pushing their luck. Most states have a law that requires a braking system when towing certain weights. The weight limit varies from state to state. I'd play it safe...and legal.
I just ordered the ready brake with the breakaway for $510. All mechanical. I have been towing my JEEP without one. I was towing with a Class A but changing to a Class C I will feel safer with a break system.
Mark & Carole RVM54
What a long strange trip it's been
2002 Fourwinds 5000 26Q 496 ci. Chevy towing 2004 Jeep Wrangler,2016 Starcraft AR One 18', 2016 F-150