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February '20

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rv-pro.com February 2020 • RV PRO • 47 the front and rear axle, so it tows better with a smoother ride within the trailer or fifth wheel. It's a lot less stress for the driver – for example, they don't have to remove clothes from the coat rack and take everything off from the walls and counters that would normally rattle off," Robinson says. "The suspension products aren't just for comfort and convenience of not having to tear so much down every time the trailer is towed – it's also for the longevity and health of the trailer." Keeping Pace with Market Changes As vehicle electronics become increas- ingly sophisticated and complex, it's becoming ever more difficult to set cars up for towing in an uncomplicated fashion, according to Robinson. As a solution, Roadmaster released its Universal Brake Light Switch. The infrared brake switch measures the dis- tance between the floorboard and brake pedal with a cone of light, and when the Andrey Zagorulko verifies the mounting tab alignment on a newly forged sway bar. Tow bars are allowed to cool after the metal is forged. Nighthawk and Sterling tow bars awaiting boxing. While Roadmaster has historically been known for its tow bars, the company is expanding its offerings. Time Tested • Time Proven (800) 669-9690 roadmasterinc.com

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