I used one for years and loved it but...you have to have a direct line to the brake pedal or the cable will kink. When it works it's great and I wish I could of got it figured out and working correctly but it was hit and miss. I pulled it out of my truck and replaced it with a Prodigy controller which I think is almost as good as the Jordan and you don't have to mess with it. The price is about the same for both and Jordan is exceptional with repairs to them if needed. But the Prodigy is plug and play. You hook up, set a base and go. You have the albilty to ramp it up for heavier loads without having to reset it by just pushinig a button.
Don't know if I confused you more or not but after having both I'd go with the Prodigy. Now to confuse you evern more...
Check out the Brake Smart controller. You'd better start saving for it...
White 2003 Liberty Sport 4x4, Auto, Sun/moon roof, Power everything except seats, and stock as a rock (for now...)
'96 F250 XLT 4X4 PowerStroke Extended Cab
'94 Ranger XLT 4x4 Extended cab 4.0L w/James Duff Stage 1 lift and 32x11.5 A/T's
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