VANCOUVER, Wash. — Roadmaster, Inc., introduced the FuseMaster, a new product which eliminates the need for RVers to pull a fuse for towing.
“With FuseMaster, RVers don’t need to spend another minute with their face on the floor mat, gazing up into a black void, hunting for a minuscule piece of plastic playing hide and seek,” said Bob Vondra, publications manager at Roadmaster. “FuseMaster eliminates the necessity of having to remove a fuse for towing, then having to reinsert it for driving. Once FuseMaster is installed, users simply flip a switch to accomplish the same task.”
There are four FuseMasters which, collectively, fit most vehicles which must have fuses removed for towing, Vondra explained. They are:
- 76510 — Fits the majority of vehicles where a fuse must be pulled
- 76511 — A longer version of the 76510
- 76512 — Designed for two fuses that are required to be removed
- 76513 — Replaces a heavy-duty 50-amp fuse
SOURCE: Roadmaster press release