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I've pulled a 6x12 loaded with household furniture several times with my Frontier. Mostly a flat tow with no electric brakes. Handles it with no problem. It really is more about the weight than the size of the trailer though.

Have no experience with the Curt controller. The price definitely look right. I put a Tekonsha Prodigy 3 in my Fronty for hauling around my son's drift car (Toyota Cressida). The trailer is a flat-bed with dual axles (electric brakes on 1 axle). Again most our area is flat, so not a lot of hills to deal with. You hardly notice the trailer is back there.
 

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It is a basic brake control, it will make you legal and helps you stop. It works on time-delay, the longer your foot is on the brake pedal, the more brake output the controller puts out to a maximum that is set on the sliding adjustment. They do the trick but if you're hauling trailers with brakes often, I would recommend an upgrade.
 

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Tekonsha Prodigy is always a favorite here.


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