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Old 05-11-2018, 11:06 AM   #1
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Brakemaster 9000 Question

I recently bought a blue ox tow bar on Craig’s list. The guy threw in the brake system stuff. It came off a diesel motorhome with air brakes. He said it plugged into a port on the M/H brake system, and mentioned a proportioning valve he left on the coach. Is there anyway what I have can be used on a gas Hurricane with hydraulic brakes?
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Old 04-16-2019, 10:44 PM   #2
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I recently bought a blue ox tow bar on Craig’s list. The guy threw in the brake system stuff. It came off a diesel motorhome with air brakes. He said it plugged into a port on the M/H brake system, and mentioned a proportioning valve he left on the coach. Is there anyway what I have can be used on a gas Hurricane with hydraulic brakes?
Yes, it will work on hydrolic brakes. You need to install Roadmaster 9060. Which is an air compressor, tank, and proportioning valve. I got mine on ebay. It works great.
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