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Old 03-17-2016, 04:14 PM   #31
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RV-IN, I don't mean to change the subject but, in your original post, you said you was headed to FL in 3 weeks. Can I ask where you are headed because, we are headed to Destin.
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Old 03-17-2016, 05:23 PM   #32
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RV-IN,
Thanks for feedback on the setup of your P3 controller.

I installed one a couple weeks earlier but have yet to set it with the fiver hooked up. I'm hoping to have similar results as you did. Just about anything will be an improvement.
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Old 03-17-2016, 07:08 PM   #33
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Enjoy Destin. I went there a lot when in Mobile in the Coast Guard. Got property in Mexico Beach and that will be my winter home once I sell my house. I will be another snowbird half year in Fl half in Adironadack mountains in N Y. Ya and some side trip out west. Maybe run into u guys someday
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Old 04-11-2016, 09:49 AM   #34
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Got my Rv back Saturday. With my prodigy controller set B2 and
to 14 brakes seem to work fine. I tried to wear them in like Lippert says but in Tampa on highways that is hard to do. I used just the controller about ten times and u could feel improvement after each slow down. My controller when stopped if u move the lever full the voltage will spike high but goes down to like 4. So like u, I cannot lock brakes when going very slow. It is made like that to keep from jerking when barely moving. So I have to still block the wheels to do a pull check after I hitch up to make sure all is good. This is how they were before. My next trip to the paint shop should seat the brakes in. The dealer just recieved a FW Jayco toy hauler and demo for pick up brakes not working good. Pulled all wheels and they burnt out like mine were. Delievery driver just dropped off and never said a word. That is three now in three months.
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Old 04-11-2016, 12:02 PM   #35
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Well mine are at least acceptable now that the tabs in the cord were bent tighter. Still not what I would call great braking.

Glad you got to tow your rig again!
Wonder if it's the same driver cooking the brakes. He must be over using them in the mountains. No point wearing his trucks brakes out if he can keep getting away with it.

Did you ever check your roof for the buckling rolled edge?
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I have just a small amount on the back right side that the dealer was to document. I inspected my three vent covers and noticed what might be a raised screw on the left side about mid way. It is causing a raised dimple that is pretty tight in the TPO material. I figure after my month trip this summer if I have and warranty issues I will bring it in and get that done also. I will keep an eye on it and fix it if needed
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