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Does Roadmaster BrakeMaster Push Brakes Hard Enough When Vacuum Assist isn't Functioning  


I just want to understand how the braking pressure works since the Jeep is obviously equipped with a power brake booster but that wont be activated when in tow. Thanks


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The vacuum assist brake system you have in your vehicle makes it so that you don't have to press too hard on the brake pedal to slow down. When the vacuum is not present (vehicle off) the brakes still work but you just have to press much harder. So with systems like the Roadmaster Brakemaster # RM-9160 the brake pedal is just pushed harder since it was designed for the vacuum assist to not be functioning.

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