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Difference Between Titan Disc Brake Kits with Brake Rite Actuators T4843700 and T4843800


Im looking to upgrade the drum brakes on my 29ft travel trailer, I see two kits that may do the job # T4843700 and # T4843800 but I dont understand the difference in these kits, one seems to come with an additional controller and easy wiring, I also have Tekonsha Prodigy P3 Trailer Brake Controller # 90195. What does the controller in kit # T4843700 offer and which kit would be best in my situation. Thank you 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit Diesel, 2016 Forest River Surveyor 291BHSS, 15inch Alloy wheels, Tekonsha Prodigy P3, Husky CenterLine TS WD.


Expert Reply:

The two kits are very similar with the only difference being the actuator included. The part # T4843800 comes with the standard versus severe duty actuator.

The basic BrakeRite EHB and BrakeRite II SD units are the same, the difference is with the electronics and the severe duty model has been discontinued. The BrakeRite EHB has the ECB (electronic control board) built within the unit and has five wires exiting the housing. If not properly connected the unit will not perform properly or at all.

The P3 part # 90195 would work great with this kit or the discontinued kit.

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