The Towing Experts
Giving Towing a
Towing a vehicle of just 2500
lbs. can add up to 30% to your motorhome's stopping distance! That added
distance can turn a minor emergency stop into a major accident.
Now you can reduce that critical stopping
distance - and decrease the wear and tear on your RV's brakes every day -
with the New REMCO BRAKING SYSTEM. RBS is a surge brake system designed
to automatically apply your towed vehicle's brakes whenever the motorhome
Here's how It Works...
When you press
on the brakes of your motorhome, the continued momentum of your towed vehicle
will cause the cushioned RBS Ball Mount with control rod to slide forward and
apply pressure to the RBS Master Cylinder. The RBS Ball Mount acts like a brake
pedal in the hitch by pushing against the Master Cylinder.
The pressure on the RBS Master Cylinder pushes brake fluid back to the RBS
Actuator (installed in the brake lines) which directs the brake fluid to the
front wheels and applies the brakes. The specially cushioned ball mount will
absorb the shock that could be noticed during braking and prevent the vehicle
from riding against the RBS Master Cylinder when going downhill.
As a convenience, the hose between the back of the motorhome and front of the
towed vehicle has a quick disconnect at each end. The quick disconnects will not
allow any brake fluid to leak out or air to enter the system when connecting or
RBS receiver is welded to the bottom of
your RV's existing 2" receiver hitch and will not in any way affect the
performance of your RV or towed vehicle when the two are unhitched.
The system's small profile makes it practically
invisible and once installed connecting a disconnect RBS takes only
This new design to the RBS requires no welding and slides easily into any
standard receiver tube allowing the RBS to be transferred to any motorhome.
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