I now have all the parts needed to install the RV trailer wiring and brake controller on my Pete.
I want to install a "Hayes" air activated brake controller, this involves mounting the controller, splicing into an air line which goes to the "air application" gauge which is located in a dash panel that also has 15 other gauges in it along with three air activated switches. The brake controller also has to be wired to power from the battery through a 20 amp circuit breaker. I do NOT have the circuit breaker or the 12 gauge wire needed to do this part of the job.
Here is a web site describing the "Hayes" controller.
To wire the RV 7 pin trailer connection I have a complete kit including a water proof box that has a circuit board in it that has all the wire positions clearly marked so it should be a plug and play operation but I don't have the proper wire striping and crimping tools to do a decent job. To wire the RV plug, a cable must be made that goes from the commercial truck plug to the box, I have ALL the parts needed to do this, then the 7 wire cable needs to be run from the box to the rear of the truck where it will be mounted off of the frame, again I have ALL the electrical parts needed to do this. I would need some type of clamps to hold the 7 wire cable to the frame as it is strung from the box to the rear of the truck.
Here is a web site describing the "Jackalopee" box.
I can help with or do most of the grunt work, I need someone who knows wiring and how to hook into the trucks electrical system without burning something up, I am willing to pay reasonable money to have this done. If your interested or know someone who may want to take on this task please contact me. Thanks.
Edited by mr. cob, 10 January 2018 - 03:09 PM.