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Ultra-Fab Leveling Blocks for Trailers and RVs - 8-1/4" Wide x 8-1/4" Long - Qty 10

Code: UF48-979051

32 reviews




Product Specs:

Camper Jack

Leveling Jack

Leveling Blocks

1 Inch Lift

Ultra-Fab Products

Interlocking blocks stack to different heights and can be positioned beneath jacks, stabilizers or RV wheels to add just enough lift to level your rig.

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Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 4 Axles - Proportional

Code: 90885

850 reviews




Product Specs:

Brake Controller

Proportional Controller

Electric over Hydraulic

360 Degrees

Automatic Leveling

Digital Display

Vehicle Mount

2 - 8 Brakes


Proportional brake controller automatically levels when mounted within a 360-degree vertical range. Includes digital display, 3 boost levels, battery protection and continuous diagnostics. Easily transfer between different automobiles.

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  • What is the Difference Between the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 and the P3 Brake Controllers
  • Actually, the P3 now has the upgraded axis accelerometer like the P2. The Tekonsha P3 Trailer Brake Controller # 90195, will work with both electric over hydraulic brakes on the trailer as well as electric brakes. It has a toggle switch that allows the user to switch between the two systems. I have included a link to the installation details for the P3 below. The P2, # 90885, will also work with both electric brakes and electric over hydraulic brake systems but it does not have a toggle...
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  • What is the Difference Between Prodigy P2 and P3 Brake Controllers
  • The biggest differences between the Prodigy P2 brake controller, # 90885, and the P3 brake controller, # 90195, are the display, buttons and look of the controllers. I like the buttons and display on the P3 controller myself because the display uses actual words for setup and troubleshooting rather than the display codes that the P2 uses. This makes it easier for me to know that I am adjusting the correct function or see the trouble shooting codes without referring back to the installation...
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  • Comparison Between the Tekonsha P2 # 90885 and Primus IQ # TK90160 Electronic Brake Controllers
  • The Prodigy P2 brake controller # 90885 and the Primus IQ # TK90160 share some basic features, but there are many differences. The most obvious ones are the displays and appearances of the units, which are connected to the usability of the brake controllers while towing. The P2 has a brighter, light-colored LED display that is easier to read than the red LED display on the Primus, and the P2 also features a rotary lever for the manual braking feature, while the Primus uses an older style...
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  • Comparing the Tekonsha Prodigy and P2 Trailer Brake Controllers
  • Both the Prodigy, # 90185, and the P2, # 90885, have an accelerometer in them that operate the same way. The P2 has some upgrades that allow it to be installed a full 360 degrees in the direction of travel. It can also be used with electric and electric over hydraulic braking systems. If you are in need of one of these features, then upgrading would be the way to go. If your Prodigy is working well, I would stick with it. I have included a link to the installation details for the P2 for you.
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  • Parts Needed to Install a Prodigy or P2 Trailer Brake Controller on a 2012 Toyota 4Runner
  • If your 2012 Toyota 4Runner came with the factory tow package, you will just need the wiring harness # 3040-P. Plug it into the back of the brake controller and plug the other end into the connector on the vehicle that is located underneath the dash, to the left of the steering column, taped to another harness near the emergency brake pedal. Make sure to ground the additional white wiring on this harness so the brake controller will work. The Prodigy and P2 are similar controllers. The...
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  • Choosing Between Tekonsha Prodigy P2 and P3 for Farm Trailer with Electric Brakes
  • Both the Prodigy P2 and the P3 are compatible with both electric and electric over hydraulic braking systems. The primary difference between the P2 and the P3 is that the P3 has what I would call a more user-friendly display that will provide diagnostic information about your braking system at a glance. The P2 also provides diagnostic information, but instead of directly spelling out the nature of the problem, the display will provide an error code that you will need to look up in the...
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  • What Differences Will Arise When Switching from a Prodigy 90185 to a P2 Brake Controller 90885
  • The P2 brake controller # 90885 would offer a few upgrades in comparison with your current Prodigy brake controller, part # 90185. The most noticeable in your day to day use would probably be that the P2 has a 360 degree mounting range, as compared to the 70 degree range on the Prodigy. Looking to your future towing needs, the P2 is also compatible with electric over hydraulic brake systems, while the Prodigy only works with trailers with electric brakes. Both units would use the...
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  • Comparing P2 and P3 Brake Controller for 2004 Dodge Ram 2500
  • If you have never used a brake controller before, the P2 # 90885 will be easier to learn on and use than the P3, # 90195. The P3 has several features the P2 doesn't though including the ability to change the LED screen color, change the language, and the biggest difference is the diagnostics. Instead of flashing a code you would have to look at the P3 has clear messages telling you what the problem is. So there is a trade-off there. Other than that the controllers function in the same...
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  • Comparing Prodigy P2 and P3 Brake Controller for 2012 Ford F250
  • Either the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 # 90885 or the P3 # 90195 are excellent proportional brake controllers. Functionally speaking, the two controllers are pretty similar. Both are compatible with electric or electric over hydraulic braking systems. Both have multiple boost levels that can provide higher initial voltage output for heavier trailers. Both can be mounted at any angle, as long as they are installed parallel to the direction of travel and are level on a side to side plane (see diagram). The...
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  • P2 vs. P3 Brake Controller for a 2014 Dodge Durango
  • Both the P2 part # 90885 and the P3 part # 90195 brake controllers are top of the line controllers that would work great for your 2014 Dodge Durango with tow package. All you would need for installation is the adapter part # 3045-P. Functionally they both would work exactly the same. The advantage to the P2 is the simpler install and setup. The P3 requires a little more user interaction but it also has more bells and whistles like the ability to save trailer setting presets if you have...
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  • Difference Between Prodigy And Prodigy P2 Brake Controllers
  • There are 3 major differences between the Prodigy, part # 90185, and the Prodigy P2, part # 90885, brake controllers. The LED display is blue on the P2, and red on the Prodigy. Another difference is that the mounting of the controllers. The P2 can be mounted at any angle, a full 360 degrees vertical, and the Prodigy needs to be between 0 degrees (level), and 70 degrees vertically. The third difference is that the P2 can be used with electric over hydraulic systems, while the Prodigy...
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  • Recommended Brake Controller When Towing Enclosed Trailer With Electric Brakes
  • The Primus, part # TK90160 and Prodigy P2, part # 90885 are both nice brake controllers, but there are some differences. The P2, part # 90885, uses a lever on the underside for a manual override where the Primus uses a slide that some people have said they have problems with the slide sticking depending on how they grip and operate the slide. The P2 has buttons on the face for adjusting settings and navigating through the menus. The Primus IQ uses a dial and one button to adjust settings. The...
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