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Old 02-23-2004, 09:55 AM   #1
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Anyone Collect Antique Brake Controllers?

Hi

Just going through all the neat stuff we found in the cupboards and came across this Kelsey Brake Controller.

It is from 1974 - 30 years old - looks like all the info and parts are there.

If anyone is interested please PM me - rather it go to someone from this forum than just out in a YS in the summer.

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Old 02-23-2004, 02:14 PM   #2
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Brake controller

GOOD LUCK!

I tried to give mine away in September. For postage. No takers.
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you may want to keep it!

they are one of the best units made because they use the actual brake line pressure to trigger the trailer brakes.

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you may want to keep it!

they are one of the best units made because they use the actual brake line pressure to trigger the trailer brakes.

john
I agree. But they aren't recommended with those new-fangled ABS brake systems.
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Smile Don't think the Sorento would be a good match

Well if anyone is looking to refit an early 70's A/S right on up through to the two vehicle including the"best darn Brake Controller out there"

you can let'em know GT6921 has one Free to a good cause!
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...make that tow vehicle - getting finger twisted now.
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I sent you a PM two hours ago that I'll take the Kelsey brake controller. It will fit my 1968 tow vehicle. Please PM me back about cost, postage, etc. Thanks!
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