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Old 03-02-2012, 08:57 PM   #11
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Was the install on the maxbrake fairly easy? Did you have to bleed the system after install? The information I can find does not mention bleeding, but I am an old school guy and it seems that if you open the brake system, it would need bled.

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Old 03-02-2012, 09:34 PM   #12
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The install was easy. A line bender came in handy. Yes I bleed the line at the adapter/coupler for the network cable after connecting it to the front brake line....2 cracks and the air was gone. No issues since then. The brakes on the trailer act the same as ones on the truck, I liked the Prodigy but this is better IMHO. After I put it on the 1500 I soon purchased a 2500 and forgot to get the adapter/coupler. Called the manufacture and they gave me a discount on a new one and helped me with adjusting the settings for better truck brakes of the 2500.


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