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Old 02-08-2017, 02:39 PM   #11
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I tow mine with BlueOx bar and hitch setup. With Patriot braking system and we love it. Not a Seneca but towing is the same idea. Ours was around that $2500 mark as well. I wanted them to install. But I watched. Trimming the jeep is so little. And it is very secure we saw. Loved it in the first trip of 3600 miles.


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Old 02-09-2017, 03:09 PM   #12
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I am now reading about the RVI Brake 3. Sounds easy to set up, easy to move to other vehicles and I can install myself. Anybody haven thoughts on this unit?
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Old 02-09-2017, 07:42 PM   #13
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I am now reading about the RVI Brake 3. Sounds easy to set up, easy to move to other vehicles and I can install myself. Anybody haven thoughts on this unit?
We have the RVI 2 and REALLY like it. The size is much better than the competitors and reacts a lot faster. I also like that I can adjust the "gain" going down the road and can see what it's doing.
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Old 02-09-2017, 11:02 PM   #14
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So now that I have the Seneca on order I am working on getting the Jeep Wrangler set up for towing. I am getting prices anywhere from $2,000 from E-trailer just for parts to $3,400+ for an installed system. This is much more than I expected.

I would appreciate suggestions on what to use and what prices would be reasonable.

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I just had my NSA Rv Products "Ready Brutt Elite" and Blue Ox base plate installed today. Install was $517 dollars. I looked up parts I needed which came out to $1800 and change of which I ordered myself thru Amazon. So yup, $2300 - 2500 depending who you take it to.

BTW, DW would not let me do it.....


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