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Old 03-11-2007, 11:04 AM   #21
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Well, that makes it simpler...

I really couldn't figure out the difference there .... it IS (charging circuit, trailer circuit) all the same, isn't it?

Ok, that makes life even simpler. I'll shoot for putting mine close to where your's is. I've got a spot in mind!
Thanks Uwe!
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Old 03-11-2007, 11:45 AM   #22
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Uwe, I noticed in one of the photos of your setup that the brake hose seems to be routed too tightly for comfort. eventually it could cause a problem with the hose collapsing or rupturing. Is there any way to move that mount toward the center of the trailer a couple of inches to relieve the stress of the tight curve?
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Old 03-11-2007, 04:16 PM   #23
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Uwe, I noticed in one of the photos of your setup that the brake hose seems to be routed too tightly for comfort. eventually it could cause a problem with the hose collapsing or rupturing. Is there any way to move that mount toward the center of the trailer a couple of inches to relieve the stress of the tight curve?
I think that's Tanya's ( sequoiacoast) TradeWind, not my Overlander. I am reasonable sure that my lines have a very mild radius. But, i will take look next chance I get, and make sure all the lines are still intheir respectivelocations....never know. It's been many thousands of miles since I installed them.
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It may be the angle of the picture, I just went out there and I can move the rubber hose down at least 3 inches... but I'm not an expert (obviously). So, I'll ask someone- probably at the next rally (due to lack of experts up here) to check it out for me.

Thanks for the heads up!
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