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Cequent promotes 'The Great Brake Exchange'

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Cequent promotes 'The Great Brake Exchange'

From now through July 31, 2011, Cequent Performance Products Inc. is offering “The Great Brake Exchange” on its line of Tekonsha trailer braking controls.

This program invites owners to bring their trailers to any Tekonsha dealer and, when replacing their standard electric trailer brakes, save $15 on a pair of self-adjusting brakes, or $40 on the combined purchase of a pair of self-adjusting trailer brakes with a Tekonsha proportional brake control.

Qualifying proportional brake control systems include: Prodigy P2, P3, Primus IQ, or the trailer-mounted Prodigy RF.

The Tekonsha line of trailer braking controls includes proportional electric trailer brake controls, breakaway systems and self-adjusting brake assemblies.   

“The fact that we are able to combine our patented technology with a more predictable braking environment gives us the opportunity to meet the driver’s expectation that stopping will be a secure and consistent experience,” says Marcia Albright, vice president/general manager for Cequent Performance Products’ Electrical and Braking Division. “Future braking improvements will continue to support our system-approach to light-duty trailer stopping.

“Electric trailer brakes have been the industry standard for generations and haven’t changed much from their original design” explains Albright. “Recent design improvements have resulted in brakes that are not only economical, but are also capable of adapting to the wear incurred over time. Our self-adjusting electric brake assemblies constantly adjust for pad wear, eliminating the need for manual adjustments.” 

Tekonsha self-adjusting electric trailer brake assemblies are currently available for both 10-inch and 12-inch wheel assemblies. Installing these optimal electric brake upgrades can be done while the customer waits. 

Details on “The Great Brake Exchange” can be found on the Tekonsha Web site at

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