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Brake Controllers? - July 1, 2009, 11:45 AM

Any shops near Sterling sell some? I do not feel like going to Woodbridge
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my brake controller is also known as my hand


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July 1, 2009, 11:47 AM

For a trailer? Even walmart sometimes has them, but your best bet is finding a Tractor Supply store or online.
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Any shops near Sterling sell some? I do not feel like going to Woodbridge

Check Restless Wheels in Centreville, off 28.


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Check Restless Wheels in Centreville, off 28.
Word. Picking up my trailer Friday
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You get a trailer with brakes on it? I've got one in my truck that I've never used..


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hillwoodsales.com/
14222 Lee Hwy
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They have lots of stuff there.


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You get a trailer with brakes on it? I've got one in my truck that I've never used..
yea I did.

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hillwoodsales.com/
14222 Lee Hwy
Gainesville, VA 20155-1701
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They have lots of stuff there.
Called them earlier but they didn't pick up. I found some online which seem pretty easy to use and install. PNP
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Most of them are fairly strait forward to install. If you truck has the 7 pin plug on the bumper you will have a plug under the dash. just get the adapter from dealer or most trailer places will have them as well. wire as instructions. if you dont have the 7pin you will need an actual trailer shop to do the wiring.

i recommend a prodigy controller. they run a little better than $100 but worth every penny.


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Most of them are fairly strait forward to install. If you truck has the 7 pin plug on the bumper you will have a plug under the dash. just get the adapter from dealer or most trailer places will have them as well. wire as instructions. if you dont have the 7pin you will need an actual trailer shop to do the wiring.

i recommend a prodigy controller. they run a little better than $100 but worth every penny.
sameone i was looking at online. $113 with harness for my car. Might order it if no one has it in stock
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i recommend a prodigy controller. they run a little better than $100 but worth every penny.
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