Braking System

A supplemental braking system is recommended with your towing system.
It will help stop your motor home in a tight pinch.

In most states a braking system is required.

Here are a few of the brake systems we recommend:

M&G

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The M&G braking system is one of the best on the market.

M&G works off of the air brakes on your motorhome. Once the brakes on the motor home have been applied, the M&G unit then activates the brakes on your vehicle proportionally to the amount of braking on the motor home.

(If you do not have air brakes on your motorhome there is an air reservoir that can be added to the motorhome to make it compatible.)


 

Brakemaster

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The Brakemaster is a good braking system to have on your vehicle.

It is a cylinder that is mounted to a bracket on the floor then hooked to the brake pedal. An air line connects to the cylinder and when the air brakes on the motorhome are actuated, the cylinder is activated, pressing on the brake pedal.

(If you do not have air brakes on your motorhome there is an air reservoir that can be added to the motorhome to make it compatible.)


 

SMI: Air Force One

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The SMI Air Force One installs under the hood of the towed vehicle and actuates a cylinder mounted on the brake pedal arm. This is controlled by air pressure it gets from the motor home brakes. It is a directly proportional system, meaning no guess work from inertia sensors. Once installed there is nothing to take in or out of the towed vehicle.