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Free-Backing Back-Up Solenoid

Item # 27091
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Key Features

  • Attaches to trailer brake actuator

  • Connects wiring to reverse light of tow vehicle

  • Automatically freewheels when backing up


Our Price   $59.99

Availability: In Stock

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tie_down_engineering Now you don't have to get out and flip manual switches! Attach this switch on your trailer brake actuator and connect the wiring to the reverse light of your tow vehicle and your trailer automatically freewheels when backing up.
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Tie Down EngineeringFree-Backing Back-Up Solenoid
 
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4.0

backup solenoid

By jeff

from georgia

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Pros

  • No Rattle

Cons

  • Hard To Install

Best Uses

  • Larger Boats

Comments about Tie Down Engineering Free-Backing Back-Up Solenoid:

difficult to install due to location, hard to tighten as end doesn't spin. It states not to use pipe thread- but you should, if not it leaks!

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