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Old 08-09-2013, 07:40 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by glsimms View Post
I finally took your advice and bought a P3 controller, it repalced a Curt time delay controller.

Let me say.... it made a world of difference! Even the DW commented about how smoother the braking is!!
Glad you are enjoying smoother braking.

Other than cost, I see no reason why time delay controllers are sold. I don't think they should be used on any large trailer.

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Old 02-03-2014, 01:08 PM   #12
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Can someone share their settings on Tekonsha P3? I have Jayco Jayflight 22FB 5500lbs loaded, towing with Tundra 2013. Tundra is 6500 lbs loaded (passengers, fuel, cargo) I can not lock my wheels when setting brake controller. At Boost one and setting at 7, I can feel the trailer jerking TW. So i changed it to no Boost with 9.8 setting. I can stop w/in 30 feet on flat with this setting at 30 mph without applying TW brakes just using Lever on the controller. Whats the proper setting since i can not lock up my wheels with any of the settings? Any suggestions?

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