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  1. Has anyone used the OB1 wireless trailer light kit with Tamiya motorised support legs? I see the OB1 transmitter has a connection to J9 on the MFC for support legs, but I can't tell what this actually means on the OB1 receiver - is there an option for output to the support leg motor directly from the OB1 receiver, or is it just for lighting functionality? My custom race trailer build has stalled because I don't know if I need to fit the rather ugly bulky mechanical switch box to the kingpin to operate the motorised support legs as per a normal installation, or if I can control the legs electronically from the OB1. If I can go wireless then that's totes awesome, all I need to do is mount legs and motor. If I have to fit the switch mechanism then I'll have to royally hack the front end of my trailer apart to make it fit. I ordered an OB1 wireless kit a few weeks back but there's been a delay in getting stock so I can't progress with my project - could still be a week or two before I get my hands on an OB1 and I'm struggling to find a full manual online...