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Old 04-11-2014, 08:27 AM   #21
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SKnight - that makes sense. Though for me unplugging would require dropping the tailgate since I had an in bed plug installed when I bought the 5th wheel. And I do not find the brakes that annoying with the built in ford controller, I just find that on pavement dropping the gain 2-3 points allows me to ride the truck brakes for a nice smooth slow turn rather then the trailer stopping NOW.
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Old 04-11-2014, 09:22 AM   #22
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SKnight - that makes sense. Though for me unplugging would require dropping the tailgate since I had an in bed plug installed when I bought the 5th wheel. And I do not find the brakes that annoying with the built in ford controller, I just find that on pavement dropping the gain 2-3 points allows me to ride the truck brakes for a nice smooth slow turn rather then the trailer stopping NOW.
Neat. I'm going to give this a shot. Thank y'all.
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