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Old 03-23-2020, 08:30 AM   #15
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does your mh have watts links on the frame? We have the same coach.
"..watts links on the frame?"

...not sure ? How / where do I look for them?
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"..watts links on the frame?"

...not sure ? How / where do I look for them?
google 'monaco Watts'.

There are many threads on IRV2 as well.

This after market product will help with handling of your coach, some more than others. I have it on my coach and it was a definite improvement with cross winds and passing trucks. I have both front and rear watts links and the rear cross bars.
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Old 03-23-2020, 02:52 PM   #17
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We tow a 2018 F-150 with the Air Force One Braking System. Works great and does not feel as we are towing anything.
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Old 03-23-2020, 07:43 PM   #18
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For the light wiring I used a Hopkins kit, e-trailer.com part #HM-56009. It is really easy to install. Unplug the connector in the rear of the trucks wiring harness at the rear bumper, plug each side of the factory harness into the diode kit and run the 4 wire cable to the front of the truck. Just took a few minutes to install and will be easy to remove when I have to go back to stock. Best $60 I think I ever spent!
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Thanks to all.
Any direction on best pricing for the Air Force One system?
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Old 03-26-2020, 04:39 PM   #20
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Getting my '19 F-150 ready for flat towing behind my '05 Monaco Windsor.
Have the Blue Ox baseplate kit installed on the pickup, and now looking at options for towbar, lighting kit, brake buddy, etc.
Looking for recommendations based on owner experiences with their set-ups.
Thinking I'll go with the Blue Ox Avail towbar. What about the lighting kit?
Some have gone with the air-brake hook-up from the coach to the Toad. Is that a complicated setup? Should I go with a brake buddy setup instead?
Any and all recommendations appreciated.
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Any direction on best pricing for the Air Force One system?
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Old 03-26-2020, 04:53 PM   #21
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Towed a '15 F-150 with a Roadmaster setup (towbar/Invisi-Brake) then moved to a '17 F-350 with Demco (10K towbar/Air force one braking system). Would rate the Demco gear as no. 1. Never considered Blue Ox as heard too many issues with their gear..........
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