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brakemaster

BrakeMaster is ROADMASTER's 'direct' proportional braking system. It connects directly to the motorhome's air or hydraulic brake system for rock-solid, reliable braking — brake line pressure in the motorhome controls the brakes in the towed vehicle.
       
Because it connects directly to what powers your motorhome's brakes, BrakeMaster is a truly proportional, truly synchronized braking system — however you brake the motorhome, BrakeMaster automatically applies the same pressure. Every time.
       
Connects and disconnects from the towed vehicle in under a minute, without any tools, adjustments or settings — attach the brake pedal clamp, secure to the floor or the seat adaptor, quick-connect the air hose, and you're ready to tow.
       
Weighs just 3.75 pounds and measures 17 inches in length — stores almost anywhere.

• works in virtually any motorhome
• works in virtually any towed vehicle with power brakes
• easily disconnects from the brake pedal — from towed car to road car in seconds!
• includes a break away emergency braking system
• meets U.S. and Canadian braking requirements
• will work in vehicles with 'active' (or 'continuous power assist') braking systems when used in conjunction with a Brake Pressure Reducer



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BrakeMaster Documentation

  To view the BrakeMaster owner's manual, click here.
9060 BrakeMaster with break away system — for motorhomes with hydraulic brakes. To view the installation instructions, click here.
9100  BrakeMaster without break away system — for motorhomes with air or air over hydraulic brakes. To view the installation instructions, click here.
9160 BrakeMaster with break away system — for motorhomes with air or air over hydraulic brakes. To view the installation instructions, click here.
8600  Break away emergency braking system (comes with 9060 and 9160)

Second vehicle kits — if you switch BrakeMaster between vehicles, these kits have the components to make a second vehicle towable
98100
without a BrakeAway™
98160
with a BrakeAway

Second motorhome kits — if you change motorhomes, install these components in the motorhome
98200
for motorhomes with air or air over hydraulic brakes
98300
for motorhomes with hydraulic brakes

Seat adaptors —

Seat adaptors are required in some vehicles, and simplify the installation for others. To see if a seat adaptor is required, go to Vehicle-Specific Information, select the make, model and year of the vehicle (under “Vehicle”), and then select “Braking Systems.”

For a list of available seat adaptors, click here (pdf); for copies of installation instructions click here.

seatbracket

Why do I need supplemental brakes?
Weight limits for towing
Which system is right for me?

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about BrakeMaster

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