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CURT 51140 TriFlex Brake Control

AED 308
Order now and get it byAug 31 - Sep 02
Expedited shipping available

Get it by Monday August 28th by choosing the expedited option during checkout.

Product Description

Triple-axis, motion-sensing accelerometer for highly responsive, smooth stops

Third axis provides dynamic power adjustments when going up or down a hill

Nine levels of sensitivity adjustment for varying loads or driving conditions

User-selectable power output and trailer brake light activation

Automatic leveling and calibration eliminate setup requirements

It takes a lot of power to stop a moving trailer, especially when that trailer is hauling a heavy load. On RVs,
flatbeds, livestock trailers and many other oversize haulers, manufacturers typically install trailer brakes to assist
the tow vehicle in bringing such a massive amount of weight to a halt. But it takes more than a good set of brakes to
make quick, efficient stops. It takes precision and the right amount of control.The crown jewel of CURT's brake control
lineup is the TriFlex. This proportion-based brake control features a compact size, a digital display and the ability to
manage up to eight brakes at a time. The feature that sets the TriFlex apart from all others is its triple-axis
motion-sensing accelerometer. This integrated circuit component allows the TriFlex to detect every motion of your
vehicle and trailer with exact precision and to then apply the perfect amount of braking power for every situation. The
TriFlex also automatically adjusts brake output when going up or down a hill and is compatible with anti-lock brakes and
cruise control. It comes with a mounting bracket and hardware and can be mounted at various angles on your vehicle's
dash. Best of all, like other CURT brake controls, the TriFlex is protected by a limited lifetime warranty.All CURT
brake controls are designed to work with quick plugs so that they can readily plug into your vehicle's original
equipment socket. They also include a mounting bracket and hardware for easy installation. A brake controller should be
mounted somewhere on the dash of your vehicle, and we recommend putting it below the steering wheel, either on the right
or left side of the steering column. This way the control will not block your view when driving, but it will remain
accessible and visible when adjustment is needed.

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