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Replacement Shoulder Bolt Kit for Roadmaster Stowmaster Tow Bar

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Code: RM-910003-15


1 reviews

Price:$23.95

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Accessories and Parts

Tow Bars

Replacement Parts

Nuts and Bolts


Hardware

Roadmaster


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Tekonsha Primus IQ Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 3 Axles - Proportional




Code: TK90160


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Retail:$107.91

Price:94.95

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Brake Controller

Proportional Controller

Electric

70 Degrees


Automatic Leveling

Digital Display

Vehicle Mount

2 - 6 Brakes

Tekonsha


Product Summary

Proportional brake controller automatically levels when mounted within a 70-degree vertical range. Includes digital display, 3 boost levels, battery protection and continuous diagnostics. Easily transfer between different automobiles.

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  • What are the Differences Between the Prodigy P3 and Primus IQ Brake Controller
  • There are quite a few differences. The ones you can see easily on the outside are the display and control buttons. The P3, part # 90195, uses a multi-color LCD to provide more information where as the Primis IQ uses basic LED numbers like what you would have on your digital alarm clock. The P3 uses a rotary lever on the underside for a manual over ride where as the Primus uses the older slide design that some people have problems with the slide sticking depending on how they grip and...
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  • What is the Difference Between the Primus IQ Brake Controller and the Prodigy P2 Brake Controller
  • There are quite a few differences. The ones you can see easily on the outside are the display and control buttons. The P2, part # 90885, uses a rotary lever on the underside for a manual over ride where as the Primus uses the older slide design that some people have problems with the slide sticking depending on how they grip and operate the slide. The P2 has several buttons on the face for adjusting settings and navigating through the menus. The Primus IQ uses a dial and one button to...
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  • What is the Difference Between the Original Primus and the Primus IQ Brake Controllers
  • Currently there is only one Primus brake controller. There was a previous generation, this is true, 39515, discontinued in April 2010. The Primus IQ, # TK90160, has the same internal parts as the original Prodigy, # 90185. Both Primus controllers use an accelerometer to detect deceleration. The newest one, the IQ, has a boost feature and works proportionally in reverse. The boost feature increases the initial amount of braking power and has 3 levels depending on the weight of the...
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