On bigger trailers (11K+) it's hard to lock up the wheels (dunno why you would want to) but with smaller trailers it's pretty easy to do. Assuming this (16) is new, perhaps someone got a bit grease happy prepping it and over greased the wheel bearings. You may now have grease on your brake shoes.
If I put the trailer brake controller all the way up to 13 volts and apply the manual override at 25mph in May stop me in the length of a football field. Something is not right, my 13 233s at 9 would almost put you threw the windshield
yes, but my issue is heat from over adjusting, have trash caned those brakes and replaced with old fashioned ones, I will have to adjusts, but that is ok with me, cause those never adjust were nothing but trouble.
I have a 2016 Roo 183 with a prodigy P3 controller. My brakes do not lock up on the highest setting. A tech at Prodigy suggested that the brakes may need adjusting, but they also said that everything may be working normally and there might not be a problem.
I've adjusted the brakes and confirmed with the dealer that the brakes were working/adjusted properly when I picked up the trailer this past spring.
My trailer is now in storage, but I'll be taking a look at this again when things thaw.
Eric & Abby
2016 Rockwood Roo 183
2014 Ford Explorer Sport