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rv-pro.com April 2014 • RV PRo • 39 Simplifies Weight Distribution for Trailers Lippert Components Inc. (LCI), Goshen, Ind., presents its Straptek product, which it says simplifies weight distribution hitch systems for trailers by employing a ratchet winch and heavy- duty polyester straps instead of tradi- tional chains and snap-up brackets. LCI says Straptek allows users to safely adjust weight distribution spring bars on their trailer with a standard socket wrench. It also pro- vides sway control and is compatible with most weight distribution hitch systems. Straptek is available in a fully-integrated OEM ver- sion and as an aftermarket bolt-on kit that replaces the traditional snap-up brackets. www.lci1.com Universal Coupler Lock Blaylock Industries, Fort Worth, Texas, pres- ents the TL-33 coupler lock. Blaylock says its coupler lock fits more than 30 different styles and brands and most commercially manu- factured couplers. Proudly manufactured in the U.S.A. from aircraft-grade aluminum, Blaylock says the TL-33 is engineered for versatility, accommodating couplers for ball hitches 1-7/8" to 2-5/16". Blaylock's product offers visible theft deterrence. www.blaylockind.com 7-Way Molded Trailer Cords Conntek Integrated Solutions, Milwaukee, Wis., is now offering a line of 7-way molded trailer cords. Each plug-and-play cord is ready for easy wiring to specific applications and comes with detailed wiring instructions. Trailer cords are 10awg x2, 12awg x1, & 14awg x4 and are available in 4'- to 25' lengths. Every cord comes with a limited five-year warranty. http://conntek.com/products. asp?classId=216 SMI Manufacturing, Inc. • 800-893-3763 • www.smibrake.com The Trusted Name in Towed-Vehicle Braking *Patents Pending • proportional • ball-and-socket actuator mount • wireless coachlink™ • set-it-once pedal clamp™ 75% smaller one-hand operation RVPApr.indd 39 3/19/14 1:53 PM

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