If you are towing a vehicle, you'll need a cord to electrically connect the tail light s between the towed vehicle and the motorhome. ROADMASTER wires are water, oil, and chemical-resistant, and
the plugs are injected with silicone to prevent corrosion.
This kit is a straight electrical cord kit for RoadMaster All-Terrain tow bars with cable channel guide. One end is not connected to enable insertion into the channel guide.
Use a straight cord kit for ROADMASTER All Terrain tow bars.
Straight cord wiring kits - for tow bars with cable channel guides
(All Terrain tow bars)
These brackets hold the towed vehicle's electrical socket firmly in place, making it easy to plug and unplug the electrical cord. ROADMASTER's socket brackets are made of 1/8-inch thick steel - not lightweight sheet metal. Both straight and angled brackets fit most electrical sockets, and can be either welded or bolted in place. Black powder coat finish.
910030 Straight socket bracket 910030-5Socket bracket with 90 degree bend
If you're installing a supplemental braking system, chances are you'll need a Brake-Lite Relay.It must be installed in the majority of towed vehicles, to enable the towed vehicle's brake lights and turn signals to illuminate in tandem with the motorhome's, as required by law.
If you have this: - the motorhome has separate brake and turn signal lights; the towed vehicle has combined brake and turn signal lights. Then you need this: -
the Brite-Lite wiring converter connects a vehicle with a separate
brake and turn signal system to a vehicle with a combined brake and
turn system, while delivering more current to the towed vehicle's brake
and turn signal lights for brighter illumination.