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RE: Air brakes on Towed

M&G in my opinion is the way to go. As said, one air line and that’s it for brake hookup. Also if you can take it to Athens, TX, They are 1st class all the way. We are from N. TX, drove down day before, stayed at State Park a few miles away. Very glad to hear that. I am having their system installed at the factory tomorrow. They will also set up the lights and charging line for the battery. Yes, we too had them do the complete set up, Hopefully you have come away with the same positive opinion of M&G factory that we came away with.
TS21sso 01/27/20 09:00am Dinghy Towing
RE: Air brakes on Towed

M&G in my opinion is the way to go. As said, one air line and that’s it for brake hookup. Also if you can take it to Athens, TX, They are 1st class all the way. We are from N. TX, drove down day before, stayed at State Park a few miles away. Following morning drove to M&G, pulled MH in one bay, towed in another. While we stayed in MH We could watch installation as they installed Blue Ox base plate on 2017 Terrain, M&G brake system and air line on MH. In and out in about 2-21/2 hours.
TS21sso 01/19/20 03:54pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Safety Chains

Thanks for the responses
TS21sso 12/17/19 08:59pm Dinghy Towing
Safety Chains

I have the Blue Ox safety chains, which have hooks on “towed “ end and threaded links on MH end, I assume there is a reason they are made that way. I have considered placing hooks on MH end as well in order to speed up hooking & unhooking. Any views as to why I should or shouldn’t consider this change. I don’t want to compromise safety for speed, but if it doesn’t, then I’ll opt for the time saved.
TS21sso 12/15/19 07:18pm Dinghy Towing
inquisitive

This question is for those with Blue Ox tow bar system. When traveling and reaching temporary destination, ( maybe just a few days) do you always remove the spring loaded pins from the towed? I have always removed them when I unhook, but was wondering, what most others do. And do you have a reason as:to why or is it just a personal preference? Inquiring Miinds :)
TS21sso 10/20/19 07:58pm Dinghy Towing
RE: shield for towed car

I too tow a 2017 Terrain. The owners manual states” Use of a shield mounted in front of the vehicle grille could restrict airflow and cause damage to the transmission. The repairs would not be covered by the vehicles warranty. If using a shield, only use one that attaches to the towing vehicle.” Have you considered a protect a tow? this would protect, plus allow circulation.
TS21sso 09/22/19 02:37pm Class A Motorhomes
Terrain / Equinox 6 Cyl

I have read many posts and articles about the 4 cylinders and the pulling of fuses. Either 16 or 32. But I can’t seem to find information on 6 cylinders. I have a 2017 Terrain, 6 cyl and have recently installed all tow equipment, along with a charge wire from coach to battery on towed. With this charge wire installed, Is it then necessary to pull any fuses before towing. Would appreciate any input from those pulling like vehicle and what procedures you are following. Thanks
TS21sso 04/23/19 08:33am Dinghy Towing
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