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Demco Stay and Play DUO braking system for Diesel Pusher


Mike Diesel
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Demco's website states it is for hydraulic braked motorhome.They don't mention air brakes so by exclusion I think it's safe to assume NO it is not for air braked MH.

Many of us with diesel pushers use the M&G Engineering braking system for the towed vehicle. It is a one-time setup at installation, from then on the only connection is a 1/8" air line from MH to towed vehicle.

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We use a stay-n-play on our 31' class C and toad. Not sure why it wouldn't work as it connects to the the RV lighting system and battery charge line only. Uses the stop light light on-off and vehicle deceleration to determine when and how much to apply the toad brakes. We like ours and it has been in service 3 years now with no problems. Talk to the manufacturer about it.

Dave 

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10 hours ago, Ray,IN said:

Demco's website states it is for hydraulic braked motorhome.They don't mention air brakes so by exclusion I think it's safe to assume NO it is not for air braked MH.

Many of us with diesel pushers use the M&G Engineering braking system for the towed vehicle. It is a one-time setup at installation, from then on the only connection is a 1/8" air line from MH to towed vehicle.

Thanks for the feedback, does anyone use or have info on the Air Force One brake system for Air Brakes?  

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On 2/12/2021 at 8:49 AM, Mike Diesel said:

Thanks for the feedback, does anyone use or have info on the Air Force One brake system for Air Brakes?  

Currently using AirForce One. Had a shop install coach part, installed Jeep part myself.

 

Relatively easy install on Jeep. 

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