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Heavy Ranger adds trailer tester

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The portable lights and electric brake tester is for 7-round pin trailer harnesses.

| February 28, 2014

WOODSTOCK, N.Y. -- Innovative Products of America adds to its line of industry leading trailer testers with the #9102 Heavy Ranger MUTT (Mobile Universal Trailer Tester), a portable and light weight solution for testing lights and electric brakes. Compatible with seven-way round pin connection types, the Heavy Ranger MUTT is designed to simulate all electrical circuits while providing short protection on industry standard pin configurations. The water resistant, "ammo can" case allows for on-the-go testing without the need for a tow vehicle.
 
A necessity for anyone who sells, owns, operates, inspects or rents trailers, the Heavy Ranger MUTT saves time and money by quickly testing a trailer's electrical wiring. "The Ranger MUTT provides an efficient and professional method for inspecting a trailer prior to hook up and the purchase price is less than one ticket for malfunctioning trailer lights," says Dan Engelsen, technical expert at IPA.
 
The Heavy Ranger MUTT is made in USA and features an external power accessory port and internal battery compartment that uses common motorcycle type batteries (battery not included). The Heavy Ranger MUTT comes with a battery charger and IPA's 24-hour repair or replace warranty policy.
 
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