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April '18

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40 • RV PRO • April 2018 rv-pro.com A F T E R M A R K E T 7,500 POUNDS OF LOAD LEVELING CAPACITY Air Lift Co., Lansing, Mich., offers up to 7,500 pounds of load-leveling capacity with the new LoadLifter 7500 XL. The device works to eliminate the problems frequently faced when towing and hauling heavy loads. Using a pair of massive 7-inch, double-bellows air springs that are air adjustable from 5 to 100 PSI, the LoadLifter 7500 XL puts an end to vehicle squat, trailer sway, and bottoming out, allowing for a safe and comfortable ride. The LoadLifter is backed by a lifetime warranty. www.airliftcompany.com WI-FI HITCH CAMERA Rear View Safety, Brooklyn, N.Y., offers this small magnetic hitch camera that connects via Wi-Fi to any mobile device, allowing users to see the camera view on their device's screen. The system works with both Android and Apple devices with a free App called "RoadVue". The strong Wi-Fi signal provides an uninterrupted connection for distances up to 50 feet. The camera is powered by a rechargeable battery and has a pow- erful magnetic base that can attach to the back of a vehicle for each hitching. www.rearviewsafety.com ACTIVE SUSPENSION Roadmaster Active Suspension, Charlotte, N.C., is an easy, maintenance-free, 30-minute bolt-on install that adds the car- rying capacity needed to pull a camper safely. RAS improves handling and stability by keeping the leaf springs in the optimum position at all times. With or without a load, the RAS never hardens the ride. RAS eliminates axle wrap/wheel hop from a heavy load or a max torque situation. RAS reduces sway/body roll from crosswinds or other vehicles driving past. www.activesuspension.com LIGHT & AFFORDABLE BRAKE CONTROLLER Tuson RV Brakes, Vernon Hills, Ill., presents the DirecLink-50 proportional brake controller, Tuson's light and affordable version in the DirecLink product line. Stop relying on proportional brake controllers that "sense" what's happening; the DirecLink-50 continuously monitors its information direct from the source – the tow vehicle. DirecLink directly plugs into the tow vehicle's computer network and functions like an integrated trailer brake controller, automatically configuring to tow vehicle and trailer's brake system to work seamlessly together. www.tusonrvbrakes.com

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