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Old 07-15-2012, 05:48 PM   #51
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No hurky jurky! Nice and smooth.
Sorry to disappoint you Baldy, I have no hurky jurky and mine are nice and smooth. Don't know how they could be any better. You can bet that if the controller starts acting up tho', it will be replaced.
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Old 07-15-2012, 10:30 PM   #52
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I just wanted to say hurky jurky. You should see what auto correct comes up with LOL. No disappointment here. I've had the cheapy BC and I had the hurky jurky's. Nothing proportional about them!

Glad your nice and smooth! The integrated models on the Fords are something else. They make the P3 look old school. I haven't touched mine. Went from the 21SS to the 8306SS and it is the same. Amazing technology.
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Old 07-15-2012, 10:51 PM   #53
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I just wanted to say hurky jurky. You should see what auto correct comes up with LOL. No disappointment here. I've had the cheapy BC and I had the hurky jurky's. Nothing proportional about them!

Glad your nice and smooth! The integrated models on the Fords are something else. They make the P3 look old school. I haven't touched mine. Went from the 21SS to the 8306SS and it is the same. Amazing technology.
Not paying $30,000 for a new truck just to get an "Amazing technology" brake controller, a little too pricey.
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Old 07-31-2012, 10:35 PM   #54
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Your TV 2010 F250 is just like mine from a brake controller standpoint. With your reailer hitched, set the brake gain to about 5.5 then squeeze the two paddles below the gain adjust +/- buttons, with the tranny in "D" let the TV start to roll then squeeze the paddles together, you should feel the trailer brakes engage. If your TV does not come to a stop, increase the gain until it does. If your brakes do not engage, check the pin assignments for your trailer connector with that in the truck owner manual. You might check the brake pin assignment in the truck bed against the one on the bumper connector.
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