Maybe if someone doesn't mind taking a picture of the junction box on the tongue so i can see what your looks like under the cover?
The break-a-way battery does not charge with shore power nor when attached to the tow vehicle. It is a good practice to check it for a charge. The battery is easy to remove and charge.
I have an earlier model. But good to check if the trailer has been sitting a while.it can and will, if wired properly. The Hopkins website clearly indicates it does. My trailer, however, didn’t have the power wire connected, so it didn’t charge. It does now, as it should. Maybe you have a different model breakaway switch.
Hey all, we’ve put a deposit down on a new M.O. Summit and can’t wait to take delivery and join the family! I’ve managed to read through this entire thread and there’s been a ton of great info…thanks for that. One thing I’m still curious about is how people are transporting bikes? I’ve seen this mentioned previously, but no real solid solutions. Our Summit will mostly be used as a base camp for cycling trips and racing, so bike transport/storage is key. Currently have a OneUp rack on my tow vehicle, so that could be utilized in some way, although without an accessory hitch it’s a bit of a head scratcher. Saw the attached photo online and I’m guessing they’re using a dual hitch receiver? Has anyone tried traveling with bikes in the cabin?
Any insights or solutions would be welcomed. Hoping to find a way to transport anywhere from 2 - 4 bikes. Thanks and can’t wait to get this thing in our garage!