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Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit Review

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Review of the Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit


Ryan: Hey everybody, Ryan here at etrailer. Today, we're going to be taking a look at the Roadmaster battery charge line kit for towed vehicles. The charge line's going to be a really simple kit. It's just going to consist of a little bit of wiring and the breaker that we have mounted right here out of the way. On the purpose of the charge line kit is to more or less trickle charge or maintain your battery whenever you're flat towing it down the road. And that's important because your braking system is going to use your battery power to operate whenever you are towing it.

And the last thing you want is to get to your destination and unhook and go to start up your truck and the battery be dead. But the charge line, you're not going to have to worry about that. It's going to maintain that battery life, that way you're not going to have to deal with trying to get some jumper cables from your motor home to here, deal with grabbing a jump box or even bothering someone else to help you out.We do get some questions asking about if the charge line kit is going to affect your motor home's battery, which is definitely understandable, but the answer is no. Since the charge line is going to get the power from the auxiliary power source at the seven-way plug, you're not going to have to worry about it stealing or robbing your motor home's battery power. So the way it's going to get that power, the current is going to run through your cable from the back of your motor home into your plug and the charge line wire is going to be connected to the back of the plug.

From there, your wires is going to run up to one side of the breaker and the breakers there to prevent the current or electricity from backfeeding so that'll kind of put your mind at ease, knowing you're not going to have to worry about that power backfeeding. With that being said it'll cross the breaker, come through this wire, and this is going to run and get connected to the positive terminal on your Ranger's battery.So overall really simple component, that's going to keep our battery charged and one less thing we're going to have to worry about, and that can really make a big difference whenever you're on vacation, going from relaxing to stressful if your battery does die. A charge line kit is going to prevent that. And that'll finish up our look at the Roadmaster battery charge line kit for towed vehicles.


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