My 2004 Class C Four Winds MH a Chevy 6.0 not wired for a trailer brake. I went down to Trailer City and they said the cost would be 300 plus parts. I though that was a bit expensive. They charge 85 bucks a hour. My old Dodge was already wired for a trailer brake. Just plug it in and that was it.
I have a 2004 MH Four Winds with a 6.0 Chevy engine. I went to NAPA and bought a Brake Control On a Pickup its under the dash where it plugs in. On the Motor Home ? I think its under the hood but not sure. It only has that small plug at the hitch and I want the plug in for my car trailer. I am lost on this. Need help.
That would be the last camper I would buy. Most of the time I have seen one on the road it was in the fast lane going faster then it should. Usually a bunch of people in it more then it should have.They usually never change the oil either. There a lot better deals out there then one of them.I just bought a 2004 Four Winds 31 foot GM chassie with 15,600 miles for 20,500. Also garage kept and very clean.
Sorry I did not make information easy to read. I have not made any trips yet but hope so in March to Florida. I belong to the Eaely Ford Club and we are trying to set up a get together in March in Florida. I waill be taking my 39 Ford Conv. towing behind the motor Home in a close trailer.Just a bunch of fellows having a great time. One big cookout also. I look forward to this time in March.Lots of very nice cars show up to run down there.