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Tekonsha Push-To-Test Trailer Breakaway Kit with Built-In Battery Charger - Top Load

Tekonsha Push-To-Test Trailer Breakaway Kit with Built-In Battery Charger - Top Load

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Breakaway system with built-in charger is designed to bring a trailer safely to a stop by activating its electric brakes should it become disconnected while being towed. Push-button tester lets you know if the rechargeable battery is fully charged. Lowest Prices for the best trailer breakaway kit from Tekonsha. Tekonsha Push-To-Test Trailer Breakaway Kit with Built-In Battery Charger - Top Load part number 50-85-313 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Tekonsha Trailer Breakaway Kit - 50-85-313

  • Kit with Charger
  • Tekonsha
  • Top Load

Breakaway system with built-in charger is designed to bring a trailer safely to a stop by activating its electric brakes should it become disconnected while being towed. Push-button tester lets you know if the rechargeable battery is fully charged.


Features:

  • Breakaway system activates your trailer's electric brakes if the trailer disconnects from the tow vehicle
  • Push-to-test battery feature offers fast and easy battery testing
    • Test button indicator with LED lights clearly displays battery status
      • Green = charged (12.8 volts or higher)
      • Yellow = charging
      • Red = low battery
  • Built-in charger automatically refuels the battery
    • Float Mode maintains voltage while you tow without overcharging to prolong battery life
    • Smart Adjust automatically switches to Float Mode when battery is fully charged
  • Top-loading case is easy to access from above
    • Polymer construction protects battery from moisture and debris
    • Mounting hardware not included
  • Lockable lid deters theft (padlock sold separately)
  • Breakaway switch installs on your trailer's frame - drilling is required
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) compliant
  • 12-Volt rechargeable battery is included


Specs:

  • Application: single-, tandem-, and triple-axle trailers with electric brakes
  • Case dimensions: 5" long x 4-1/8" wide x 4" tall
  • Mounting hole spacing:
    • 5-11/16" From center of hole to center of hole horizontally
    • 1" From center of hole to center of hole vertically
  • Battery capacity: 5 amp-hours
  • Breakaway switch length: 7-1/2"
  • 1-Year limited warranty


Note: A breakaway system is required by law in most states for trailers that are equipped with electric brakes and have a GTW of at least 3,000 lbs.



5085313 Tekonsha Push-To-Test Breakaway Kit with Built-In Battery Charger - Top Load - 5 amp/hrs

Same as Hydrastar HS496-82

Installation Details 50-85-313 Installation instructions


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Tekonsha Push-To-Test Trailer Breakaway Kit with Built-In Battery Charger - Top Load - 50-85-313

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (115 Customer Reviews)

Breakaway system with built-in charger is designed to bring a trailer safely to a stop by activating its electric brakes should it become disconnected while being towed. Push-button tester lets you know if the rechargeable battery is fully charged.

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I have a 2015 GMC Sierra 2500HD Diesel, towing a 2017 Pinnacle 36FBTS 5th. wheel. The Pinnacle has a standard drum braking system. On a long trip this year I cracked both rotors on my truck from over heating related to the Pinnacle's drum brakes failing to fully provide proper stopping. I decided no more, and after much review I replaced the factory drum brakes with the Kodiak Discbrake system. (my first time ever doing something like this) In addition, one of the key items for me was a way not to replace my on-board factory trailer brake controller, (did not want to use an aftermarket product, that would diminish the interior look ) thus I also added the control Adapter Module that enabled me to use the factory installed brake controller. With all this change I decided to also go ahead and add a separate brake away battery. Everything I just described are shown in the attached photos. I found eTrailer extremely helpful in answering questions, although I did not have a lot of questions since their online videos proved most helpful. All parts of the Kodiak system worked fantastic following a 2500 mile trip. The improved braking is superior, and I did not need to replace my on board controller, but continued to use it by installing the control adapter. The disc brake picture is one of the disc brakes that I examined following our trip...all in perfect shape with everything working great for the entire trip.



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I have received all my parts in a very timely manner. The product s were exactly what they were advertised as and the installation went well. Prices were very reasonable and was shipping. Hopkins 7 way molded tral. Conn. Trailer light kit part # I forgot #mcl86ab clearance lights #38656 junction box #50-85--313 tekonsha breakaway.



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Everything worked great. I was refurbishing a 1985 Hudson utility trailer. I have attached a picture of the finished product. Thank you for all your great products and support.



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Item arrived with battery leaking so I could not use. etrailer rep resolved the problem fast with a total refund. Note this was not a vendor, rather a supplier problem. I was completely satisfied.


Comments
very well.
Charles D - 05/30/2020


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A top notch product that works well and is priced right. Thanks etrailer!



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Nice kit that provides what you need for a break away system. Note that it comes with a switch -- you don't need to buy a separate one (as I did, ahem). Mounts easily enough. I kinda wish the wires had been longer and the box was waterproof (or look like it would readily survive a rogue wave), but I just extended the wires myself and I'll be careful around water :)



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It was time to replace the existing, well worn breakaway controller and switch on my 28' enclosed tag trailer. The original controller's battery was dead, the wiring was suspect, and it didn't have the charging or test features the Tekonsha does. It took about an hour to install, as I had to replace some old wiring. Without any fuss, it all went together quite simply, and I can test the system very easily with the push of a button.



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Product arrived quickly and was as described. One feature I especially liked is the light indicating that the device is being charged when 7-way connector is plugged into the tow vehicle. Included installation instructions were same as on the etrailer website and were not very useful. Wiring diagrams for other than the breakaway device itself were difficult to decipher. The installation video on the etrailer website, however, was easy to follow and left nothing unanswered.


Comments
Still working a designed, trailer parked for long periods, battery shows it’s holding a charge.
Smokymb - 07/04/2018



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This thing was easy to install, it rarely shows low and when it does, it charges right up. Great product and very affordable.


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battery is dead. It needs replacing now.
Carlos A - 02/18/2021

Thank you for your review. I recommend looking at the instructions to find the helpful hints on how to maximize the life of the battery. It is on the first page in the second column. https://www.towingproducts.net/Application/support/instructions/N50-85-313.pdf

-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 2/19/2021


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Works like a charm The braking system performs flawlessly. As always ...... y’all have the best selection of quality products



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This product was just received, but it appears to be well made. Instructions were very clear, however I would suggest marking your trailer wire with colored tape prior to removing the original breakaway battery to avoid confusion. In my case I did not want to drill additional holes in my trailer tongue due to the different configurations of battery box mounts. Angela wit etrailer matched up the hole pattern within a few minutes and solved my issue.



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I have bought from etrailer and I'll buy from them again always great service and fast shipping and great products.



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Great product. Looks great. Fairly easy to install. If using a junction box with this product you need to remember to hook one of the leads from the break away switch to the black wire as described. The other wire hooks to the blue break wire. At first I hooked to the blue from my truck, the blue from this battery pack, and the blue going to my brakes. After several hours of trying to figure out the error it threw on my brake contoller in my truck I took it to a trailer place where they had to do some trouble shooting of their own. They found that the lead from the break away switch needed to be spliced into the blue wire going to my brakes after the junction box to make it work properly. It can't be on the same terminal as the battery pack. Other than this little issue it has been great, hopefully I never need to find out how well it works on a run-a-way trailer!



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The kit was all I needed to replace my old unit. I am happy with the quality of the components. I would have given it 5 stars but the wiring diagram was printed for an electrician not a DIY trailer owner. Thanks


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works correctly. green light every time I check it, yellow charging light when I hook up. Would buy this unit again.
John C - 12/10/2018



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This a great setup for the breakaway system. Easy to install and works like a champ!



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I can only give this rating on the quality of the hardware because I never want to have to use it! Overall the product is well made with quality hardware components, a more than adequate sealed battery that came fully charged, and what appears to be 12AWG wiring where it needs to be to do the job the unit is intended for (lock the breaks in case of a breakaway). I bought this unit because I have a Tekonsha Brake Controller and I wanted to stay within the same product line.



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The Tekonsha breakaway kit was easy to install thanks to the great step by step video from etrailer. Everything seems to be working fine and I believe this is a very good product at a reasonable price. Thanks etrailer for the great service and fast shipping.



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This is a well-made product and was quite easy to install. The directions made the wiring simple. I especially like the test button on the top of the case, which lets you easily check the battery without opening the case. The case is a durable plastic, which allows some flexibility if you need to add another hole or two to match your current mounting bolts. After 3 years of use, the battery and housing have held up fine.



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This is a great product. Makes the installation easier and I love the battery monitor feature.


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This project turned out great! I really like buying from etrailer. They always have what I need, along with great customer service and fast shipping.
Kenneth - 01/20/2020



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Using this kit to power the LED interior lighting in my covered motorcycle trailer. Also powers a couple of LED ramp lights that can also function as backup lights when connected to the tow vehicle. Works like a charm! Thanks eTrailer, for the large selection of trailer parts and accessories... and the fast delivery.


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Still going strong... more than enough amperage to fully light the trailer interior with LED fixtures for hours on end. Couldnt be happier! Checking battery charge with a push of a button is a nice extra.
Ray H - 01/23/2015



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This was a great buy with the battery & charger included. If your main battery is dead this one keeps your breakaway switch active. You need this while transporting your trailer from your winter location to your summer storage area.



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Works great, mostly easy to install, usual issue with wiring instructions being somewhat unclear to anyone other than an electrical engineer. If you are replacing an existing unit, you wont have any problem figuring out the wiring. Service from etrailer, as always is excellent



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This product surprised me. The product is of higher quality that I expected and too good for the trailer it was purchased for! I would up swapping this unit into my enclosed trailer and taking the factor- installed unit from that for my open trailer! Etrailer is my go-to for all my trailering needs.


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Ask the Experts about this Tekonsha Trailer Breakaway Kit

  • Can a Trailer Break Away System be Tested with Trailer Connected to Tow Vehicle
    You should always disconnect the trailer before testing a break away system, including # 50-85-313. Testing the system in this case means pulling the break away pin from the switch. The resulting charge from the break away battery could lead to back feeding on the brake output circuit back to the controller. Some controllers have built in circuit protection to prevent damage to the controller. I would need to know the make and model of the controller to determine if it has that feature. You...
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  • How do You Test a Trailer Breakaway Kit After Installatiion
    To test a trailer breakaway kit like Tekonsha Push-To-Test Trailer Breakaway Kit part # 50-85-313 you will simply lift your tires off of the ground one at a time and pull the plunger out of the brake away switch. When installed properly the tire off of the ground should not spin if you try to turn it. Repeat this for each wheel and that will ensure that the breakaway kit is working and also confirm your brakes are working properly. Let's say you did this and one wheel would turn while the...
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  • The Correct Breakaway Kit Battery Size to Use on a Trailer
    Using the house battery on your trailer will provide a 12-volt power to a breakaway kit, but is not recommended. A Breakaway Kit, like # 50-85-313, is designed to stop a trailer that has come uncoupled from a tow vehicle. This kit relies on the power of the battery to activate if a trailer is comes uncoupled. Manufacturers recommend that you use a dedicated power source on the breakaway switch to make sure that there can be no outside draw or interference on the breakaway circuit. There...
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  • Can a Parking Brake or E-Brake Be Added to Dexter Electric Brake Assemblies
    A parking brake system, also known as an e-brake, can only be used if the brake assemblies are already equipped with a parking brake. Dexter does offer electric brake assemblies with a parking brake, but their standard electric brakes assemblies cannot have a parking brake added to them if they were not already properly equipped. You can tell if your brakes are equipped with a parking brake by looking at the backing plate. There will be an actuating lever at the top of the brake assembly...
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  • Troubleshooting Weak Trailer Brakes and Breakaway Switch that Doesnt Work at All
    It sounds like you need to check the trailer braking system out. I would start by making sure that the connectors on the vehicle and trailer are connected properly, and that there is no corrosion in either of the connectors. Corrosion can rob power from the trailer brakes especially because the trailer brake circuit is in the lower position in the connector and next to the ground wire. Using some dielectric grease, item # 11755, in the connection can often help a great deal. Make sure...
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  • Troubleshooting a Breakaway Kit that Applies Voltage on Trailer Brakes All the Time
    It sounds like you may have wired your setup in such a way that the battery is somehow putting voltage on the brake output circuit which is why your brakes are locking up. Check the third page of the installation instructions I attached to see the wiring diagram on how it should be wired up and compare it to your setup. You should also check to make sure that the plunger is properly installed into the switch.
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  • Comparing Tekonsha Trailer Breakaway Systems
    Tekonsha breakaway kit # 50-85-313 is an all-in-one type of set up in which the charger is integrated into the lid of the battery box. Kits # 2028 and # 20020 both have a separate external charger that is, to put it bluntly, better than the one integrated into the lid of the other kit. They are all good options though and I am certain you would be happy with any of the 3. I have included links to videos for all 3 kits for you.
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  • How Long Will Battery Last for Tekonsha Push-To-Test Trailer Breakaway Kit
    Without being used the 12V battery included with the Tekonsha Push-To-Test Trailer Breakaway Kit # 50-85-313 will start to lose charge at around 6 to 8 months. At the year mark it will fall below nominal charge and at 1-1/2 to 2 years it will be completely dead and would need to be jumped. When installing the breakaway kit you will want to run the black power wire to the 12V circuit coming from the trailer's 7-Way so that the battery can maintain its charge during travel. I have attached...
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  • Installation Instructions for Breakaway Kit Part # 50-85-313 and Trailer Wiring Junction Box # 38656
    The wiring for the Tekonsha breakaway kit # 50-85-313 and trailer wiring junction box # 38656 is listed below. You can also view the picture to the right. The breakaway kit will have 3 wires to hook up where as the breakaway switch will have 2 wires. Take either brake switch wire and connect to the blue wire from the battery box. The other switch wire is output to the trailer brakes. White is ground and black will connect to the 12 volt circuit from the 7-way connector. The trailer...
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  • Will Built-In Charger in Tekonsha Breakaway System Over Charge the Battery
    The Breakaway Kit with Premium Integrated Charger # 50-85-313 should not overcharge the battery in the system. It will go into a maintenance mode to maintain the optimum charge after the battery is fully charged. A battery being charged will get hot depending on how much it needs to be charged. It is best to charge the battery while towing or while the vehicle is running so the maximum amperage is being pushed back. This will reduce the time it takes to charge the battery. Charging...
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  • Where Do Each of the Wires of the Tekonsha Breakaway System part # 50-85-313 Run
    The three wires of the Tekonsha Breakaway System part # 50-85-313 will get wired as follows: The white wire attaches to the ground wire. The blue wire attaches to the brake output circuit that goes to the brake assemblies of the trailer. The black wire runs to the 12 volt power source of the 7-way.
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  • How Long Should a Trailer Breakaway Cable Be
    The best length for the cable of a breakaway system like the Tow Ready Trailer Break Away Kit # 50-85-313 that you referenced will be just a bit longer than the safety chains. The breakaway cable should be longer than the safety chains according to RVIA Recreational Vehicle Industry Association. This will activate the brakes in the event you lose the trailer connection and the safety chains fail which will bring the trailer to a stop.
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  • How to Wire a Trailer Breakaway System on a Trailer
    Check out the wiring diagram I attached, I think that will make more sense for you. There are 3 wires coming off of the breakaway battery as you indicated. The black wire will tie into the 12 volt hot lead from the trailer connector. This will provide a trickle charge to the breakaway battery while you are towing. The white wire should be grounded to the main trailer ground and the blue wire will connect to one of the leads from the breakaway switch. This wire will send power to the...
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  • Is a Diode Needed to Prevent Backfeeding from Trailer to Tow Vehicle
    There is a possibility of back feeding but this should not really be of a concern as the odds of it happening are slim to none. If you did choose to use a diode then you would need one rated for the components it would be powering. The highest rated diode we carry is the Roadmaster Single Park Light Diode part # RM-690 which is rated at 85 amps. There are a few things you will need to take into consideration for your winch and breakaway system. For starters, it is not advised to run...
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Lights Not Working on Gooseneck Trailer
    If the truck wiring is working with other trailers then the issue is definitely on the trailer side. Although the hitch ball does provide an extra ground source, you do not want that to be the main ground for your trailer wiring. You should have a main ground wire somewhere that is connected to a clean, bare-metal surface. If this is not the case then that is the culprit and you need to fix it. The ground wire can be found and traced from the pin in the 5 o'clock position on your trailer...
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  • How to Bypass a Trailer Breakaway System on a Trailer
    There is a way to bypass the breakaway system of your trailer but I would only recommend you do so to get your trailer to a dealer so that it can be fixed. If you were to get pulled over and the breakaway system was to be tested you would get in trouble. To simply bypass the system you would just need to cut the wire that goes from the switch to the brake output circuit of your trailer wiring.
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  • How Long Should a Trailer Breakaway Cable Be on a Gooseneck/Fifth Wheel Trailer
    The breakaway cable should be longer than the safety chains according to RVIA Recreational Vehicle Industry Association. This will activate the brakes in the event you lose the trailer connection and the safety chains fail which will bring the trailer to a stop.
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  • How to Charge a Trailer Battery
    The Tekonsha Push to Test Breakaway Kit # 50-85-313 that you referenced is designed to charge a breakaway battery. It would not charge your trailer battery that you use for accessories. To put a maintenance charge on your trailer battery that runs accessories you would need to run a wire from the 12 volt accessory circuit of your trailer connector to the positive post of the trailer battery. This won't charge a dead battery though, it will just help keep a charged battery topped off. To...
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  • Trailer Breakaway Cable and Plunger Replacement Recommendation
    Sounds like you are trying to replace the cable on the breakaway switch of your trailer. If you are trying to pull the plunger out you would not need to put any current on any of the wires to get the plunger to release. It is pretty hard to release by design. It takes about 40 lbs of force to remove. We sell several different replacement plungers and cables for several different brands of breakaway systems. Without knowing what brand system you have it would be hard for me to pick out...
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  • Recommendation on a Breakaway Kit to Fit a Tandem Axle Trailer
    Most of the breakaway kits that we offer do include the battery. It is also a good idea to get a kit that has a built in battery charger. I recommend the Tekonsha Breakaway Kit # 50-85-313. This kit will include an integrated battery charger along with the battery. The battery charger is a multi-stage charger that will extend the life of the battery and allowing for quick re-charging. This kit also includes a push to test feature. There is a tester that will show if the battery is...
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  • How Much Should It Cost To Completely Rewire a Trailer
    I can give you a list of parts below that will be needed to rewire a trailer which you can then use when combined with the labor rate of the shop to give you an estimate but it can be very hard to estimate the price of said job because the labor rates for shops can vary quite drastically. If you think one shop is charging too much, I would shop around and compare prices but I can't really give you a yes or no answer in regards to whether or not they are charging too much. Tekonsha Push-To-Test...
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  • Breakaway Kit Needed for Myco Trailer
    If you are needing a breakaway kit for your Myco trailer then I highly recommend the Tekonsha Push-to-Test Trailer Breakaway Kit # 50-85-313. It features a test button that lights up an LED light which indicates if the battery is fully charged, charging, or recharging, plus it has a built-in battery charger. You will need to purchase a mounting bracket, like part # 50-85-115, separately. Tekonsha is one of the most reliable manufacturers that we know of when it comes to electronics....
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  • Dimensions of the Battery Box in the Tow Ready Trailer Break Away Kit # TR20048
    I went and pulled a Tow Ready Trailer Break Away Kit # 50-85-313 from our warehouse to measure the dimensions of the battery box and found that the box has an overall height of 6 inches, the width of the box including the brackets is 7-3/4 inches, without brackets (just the box itself) 6-1/2 inches wide, and 3-5/8 inches deep.
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  • Availability of Chargers for Trailer Breakaway System Batteries
    We carry a Trailer Breakaway Kit Battery Charger that would be perfect for you, the part # is 20011. The black wire connects to the 12-volt power from the trailer connector, the red wire connects to the positive battery terminal on the breakaway battery, and the blue wire connects to the breakaway switch. This would be the easiest, most economical way of providing battery chargers for the breakaway systems on your various trailers. You will want to make sure that the batteries are...
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  • Comparing Breakaway Kits for 2 Axle and 3 Axle Trailers
    It honestly just boils down to what the manufacturer has tested and approved for each battery. For example, the Tekonsha Push-To-Test Trailer Breakaway Kit # 50-85-313 is rated for up to 3 axles while the Hopkins Engager Push-To-Test Trailer Breakaway Kit # 20099 is only rated for up to 2 axles. Breakaway kits are designed to stop your trailer in a worst-case scenario. Since this is something that is used for emergencies only I highly recommend swapping out your current system with...
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  • Recommended Trailer Breakaway System for a Utility Trailer Hopkins or Tekonsha
    Our most popular breakaway system is the Hopkins Engager part # 20099 which would be an excellent option. The similar Tekonsha part # 50-85-313 would also work really well, but since the Hopkins has a better price and more positive reviews it would be the system I would personally go with if I were you. I attached an install video plus a help article on these systems for you to check out as well.
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  • Breakaway System and Brake Output Wire Recommendation for Trailer
    If you have extensive melted wire on your brake output circuit you will need to basically rewire the entire circuit with 10 gauge wire like # 10-1-1 (sold by the foot). You also need an entire new breakaway system as it sounds like you don't have a proper battery or system since your wiring got fried. The # 50-85-313 would be a great option that would work well. I attached a diagram and install video that shows how it will install.
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