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T-One Tow Harness Connectors require no splicing of vehicle wires, just locate your vehicle's wiring harness connector, unplug the connection and insert the T-One Connector into the vehicle's harness
Weatherproof, one-piece construction and a 'Factory' appearance - T-One Connectors look like part of the factory harness and simply store in the cargo area or under the rear bumper when not in use
16 gauge bonded wire with 4-flat plug and cap; 7.5 amp stop light/turn signal circuit capacity
Simple, easy to follow, do-it-yourself instructions included in every package; no special tools required for installation
Backed by Tekonsha's 1 year limited warranty
Tekonsha 'T-One', Vehicle Specific Tow Harness Connectors require no splicing of vehicle wires. Simply locate your vehicle's wiring harness connector, unplug the connection and insert the T-One Connector into the vehicle's harness. No special tools required. Included 4-wire flat connector is compatible with 5, 6 and 7 pole adapters (not included) to fit just about any trailer system. Intelligent trailer braking is the key to the success of the Tekonsha product line. From it's humble origins as a manufacturer of RV stairs and steps in 1964, Tekonsha has evolved to become a trusted name in towing safety. The core product line consists of brake controllers, electrical wiring and trailer brakes. The Tekonsha line has long been trusted by professional towers and weekend warriors for worry-free travel. Professional equestrian trainer, Stacy Westfall is sponsored by the Tekonsha line. Westfall trusts the safety of her horses to Tekonsha brake controls. Smooth, predictable stopping from all speeds has made the Tekonsha Prodigy, Primus, and Voyager trailer brake controls the best in class and the most popular brake controls on the market. No matter what you are towing, Tekonsha will help you stop it - Life is a journey, stop often.
Avishai Cohen, born in Kabri, Israel on April 20th, 1970, grew up in a multicultural family whose roots were found in Spain, Greece and Poland. At home, music was always in the air, with his mother Ora, an artistic influence, listening to both classical and traditional music.
Avishai’s musical journey began when he was nine years old, when he began playing the piano. After moving to St. Louis, Missouri with his family aged fourteen, he continued to study the piano and began to play the bass guitar. The electric bass put a spell on him when his teacher introduced him to the music of luminary bassist Jaco Pastorius. Back in Israel, Avishai joined the Music and Arts Academy in Jerusalem to further explore the bass universe.
At the age of 22, having served for two years in an army band, he decided to take a big step and moved to New York city.