Originally Posted by Golfer Guy
I have a RoadMaster Even brake that I used when towing my Ford Focus behind a Newmar 37' gas rig. While towing the Focus behind my newer Beaver 38' DP I have not used a breaking system as the Focus was so light.
Recently purchased a Jeep Wrangler that I do want to set up with a breaking system. I have an opportunity to get a RoadMaster Brake Master which is an air system and cylinder that attaches to the Jeep.
My question is which is the better option to use Brake Master or Even Brake for my setup?
Thanks for your opinions.
We've used the Brakemaster system in our Jeep since 2006. We chose it mainly because of the proportional braking it offers, plus the only thing to install and remove from the Jeep is an air cylinder. It's an excellent system and provides seamless braking.
Our Jeep has limited storage space, so we wanted to minimize the equipment needed. When we purchased our 2013 Adventurer we bought a "second motorhome kit" rather than transferring everything from the old motorhome.
Since you have a DP the air line to the Jeep can be attached to the rear air brake manifold. There's relatively little to install in the motorhome compared to a gas model. We're very satisfied with the system and would highly recommend it.