Ray D said:The engine in the towed is not running, of course. Are the "power" brakes working? Is the antilock system working?
MarshaLassen/CA said:I love my US gear braking system.
The manufacturer subsequently quit making the BPro system and replaced it with something else.
RV Roamer said:More likely they made some design changes and then renamed the product...
MarshaLassen/CA said:Hi Bob,
I tell ya, I love my US gear braking system.? When we bought a new tow car this spring, we had the system taken out of the old one and put in the new car....it's not a cheap project, but better than I thought it would be.
farmerjohnnyy said:Any thoughts from you guys with experience???
farmerjohnnyy said:Hi Bob and thanks for the info. Perhaps I should take another look at the tow bar. Can you pull a 2005 Chrysler Town & Country FWD minivan on all four? What would be the easiest toad mount to install? Would a 38 foot coach with a 330 Cat pusher pull it OK? Thanks in advance.
Edit......I found the link to Remco and they say I can pull my T&C on all fours.
Thanks again, Bob, I'm seriously thinkin about going the tow bar route. Sure is nice to have forum's like this so you can get an idea what is going on in the real world, and us 'new folks' don't have to make the same mistakes.? ;DAny day that includes convincing a fellow RVer to think long and hard before going with a tow dolly is a good day.
.I found the link to Remco and they say I can pull my T&C on all fours.