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Curt Trailer Brake Controller

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  • Four models to choose from
  • Durably constructed to last
  • Choose from Time activated or inertial activated braking
  • Inertia controllers are self-leveling and may be mounted up to 70°
  • Compatible with anti-lock brakes & cruise control
  • Backed by a lifetime warranty

With the Curt trailer brake controller, you get a product that is made to fit your individual trailer braking needs. Applications range from single axle snowmobile or utility trailers to the large quad axle car haulers. In addition, all models work with anti-lock brake systems and cruise control. Curt always manufactures their products to last. With these brake controllers, you better to believe they will last you the long haul. With different types to choose from you can pick the controller that best suits your needs. A timed controller works based upon the slowness of the vehicle. Once pressure is applied to the brake the sensors will kick in and apply a more equal breaking. With an inertia based controller it will use a pendulum sensor to sense deceleration and apply the brake.

The Curt brake controller come complete with mounting hardware and easy to follow step-by-step instructions that make installation a breeze. These controllers are the most user-friendly trailer brake on the market, giving you the right trailer brake no matter what your needs may be. Be able to feel safe while doing any tow job! You should own one today!

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The Curt trailer brake controllers are an easy at home installation.

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