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Recommended Supplemental Braking System and Flat Towing Set Up for a 2022 Ford Bronco  


Have 2022 Ford Bronco 2.3L, Ford has issued TSB 22-2210 about that engines electronic brake booster. The TSB requires removing two fuses to disable the anti-lock brake system valves and pump to allow for flat towing. Do you know of a supplemental brake system that will still work well in this configuration?


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The best supplemental braking system for your 2022 Ford Bronco is going to be the Demco SBS Stay-IN-Play item # SM99251. This system offers automatic, real-time braking in your Bronco that is proportional to your RV's braking force. The actuator box installs permanently so that you never have to remove, adjust, or reactivate. The system connects to your RV and engages your Bronco's brakes when the RV brake lights illuminate. The removal of the two fuses will not effect the function of this system.

I have linked a review video below so you can see how this system functions.

If your Motorhome has air brakes you will want the Demco Air Force One Supplemental Braking System for Motor Homes with Air Brakes item # SM99243.

Some other parts you will need to flat tow your 2022 Ford Bronco are listed below:

Tow Bar and Safety Chains - Roadmaster Falcon 2 Tow Bar item # RM- 520 and item # RM-643

Base Plate Kit - Roadmaster Direct-Connect Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms item # RM79RR for standard bumper. Or item # RM92ZR for Ford Performance bumper.

Wiring Harness - Roadmaster Diode 7-Wire to 6-Wire Flexo-Coil Wiring Kit item # RM-15267

High Low Adapter - The tow bar needs to be within 3" of level. If you measure the height of the inside top of the hitch receiver tube on your RV, and the height difference is more than 3 inches above/below the base plate tab height, you'll need a high/low adapter. I have linked a FAQ article that explains all this in more detail along with our selection of adapters.

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