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Old 06-10-2023, 11:34 AM   #1
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RVIBrake3 usage updates

This goes out to all that have purchased and used this device in the past year or so. Is it still a solid product with good support from the manufacturer? Have you had any issues small or large? Large like locked toad brakes and overheated rotors?

I will be towing a 2door Wrangler JK behing our Claus C Coachmen. Made it street legal to remove the need for a trailer tow.

I think they made some changes to the command center programming and changed some enertia activation criteria as well. Not sure.

Also considering the brake system from Readybrake from NSA products.

Thanks for any input.
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Getting ready to start year 3 with rvi3 setup, brake, charging, wireless breakaway and tire patrol setup. Works great easy setup and breakdown. Tow a 21 buick encore gx never had a dead battery . We're full-time and tow a lot. We've left everything hooked up for 3 days straight when we go to Florida from Pennsylvania stopping 2 nights along the way. I had a different tps setup before and really like that with tire patrol setup I can see all motorhome and towed car pressures at the same time, don't need to keep waiting for pressures to rotate through and can see toad battery voltage and charging amps.Great customer support. Have had a few problems with tire patrol sensors but they have always taken care of it by shipping replacement quickly. Would definitely recommend.
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