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EZ4 & EZ5
Series 'Hidden' Tow Bar Base Plate
EZ4 and EZ5
brackets have a clean, uncluttered look whether you're towing or
driving. A spring-loaded locking system allows the brackets to be recessed even
farther than earlier models. Both locks 'click' as each of the front arms are
rotated into position. Simply pull a ring and twist the front arms 90 degrees
to remove them.
anchor tabs are located for convenience and ease of use. Since the tabs will
accommodate a snap hook, the safety cables can be connected directly to the
bracket, eliminating the short “bracket” safety cables entirely. These brackets
also have a convenient, built-in mounting point for the electrical socket.
Design enhancements eliminate the quick disconnect crossbar in this model. EZ5
brackets are for motorhome-mounted tow bars only. (Please note: EZ5 brackets
will not accommodate the Guardian, Stowaway, Nixtopper or the 4700 Tow
Defender). Features of EZ5 RoadMaster base plates include:
virtually invisible improving aesthetics for motorhome-mounted tow bars
all-steel components for exceptional strength
- Easy to
brackets use existing attachment points on the vehicle's undercarriage —
install through the grille — no scraping brackets in dips or against
Tow Bar Base Plate
"Oldies, but Goodies" on the road! Designed for older vehicles and
value towing. Features include:
components for exceptional strength
front arms for quick and easy 'one person' connect and disconnect
Roadmaster XL Series 'Hidden' Tow Bar Base Plate
portion of these RoadMaster tow brackets (front arms) can be easily removed
when not towing. Remove two hitch pins to convert from towed car to road car in
RoadMaster MX Series 'Hidden' Tow Bar Base Plate
The MX Tow
Bar Base Plate is very similar to the XL in that the visible portion of the
brackets can be easily removed when not towing. All it takes to convert from
towed car to road car in seconds is removing two hitch pins. But that’s where
the similarities of the two RoadMaster towing base plates end. The MX Tow Bar
Base Plate doesn’t use a crossbar and hooks directly to the RoadMaster Tow Bar
with two pins.
Note: the RoadMaster MX Tow Bar Base Plate Bracket does not accommodate the
Guardian rock shield, Stowaway, some models of the Tow Defender, the StowMaster
and StowMaster All Terrain tow bars.
MS Series Tow Bar Base Plate
MS Series mounting brackets are identical to MX Series brackets, except that
the front arms are not removable.
Sterling Tow Bar
BlackHawk 2 Tow Bar
Falcon All-Terrain Tow Bar
Falcon 2 Tow Bar
Stowmaster Tow Bar
Tracker Tow Bar
Roadmaster Diode Kit
Tail Light Wiring
2012-2014 Honda CRV
Complete Roadmaster Falcon 2 Flat-4 Towing Package
Roadmaster Dinghy Tow Packages:
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Most Popular Four Down "Dinghy" Towed Vehicles:
- Jeep Wrangler (Including Rubicon) | 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
- Honda CRV | 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
- GMC Terrain / Chevrolet Equinox | 2010,2011,2012,2013,2014
- Jeep Grand Cherokee / Dodge Durango | 2011,2012,2013,2014
- Saturn Vue | 2006,2007,2008,2009,2010
- Ford Fusion | 2010,2011,2012,2013, 2014
- Chevrolet / GMC 1500 | 2009,2010,2011,2012,2013
- Fiat 500 | 2012, 2013
- Chevrolet Traverse | 2013,2014
- Chevrolet HHR | 2006,2007,2008,2009,2010,2011
testing is called “FEA,” which stands for “Finite Elemental Analysis.”
If that sounds complicated,
that’s because it is — FEA is the same method NASA scientists use to test their
new designs. The aerospace, automotive and biomedical industries, among others,
also use finite elemental analysis.
Every FEA design is displayed
as a full-scale, three-dimensional object, which engineers can rotate and study
on the screen as they apply thousands of pounds of force across the load-bearing
components. Up to a million separate points (“elements”) can be analyzed.
Stress in steel is pinpointed and color-coded, and the design is
manipulated to remove it.
The result is an optimized
design, in both materials and components, which has been tested and verified at
maximum linear strain.
Every Roadmaster tow bar and
bracket design is tested, refined and perfected through finite elemental
analysis — before the first prototype is ever built. Tow bar prototypes are
then further tested in “real world” fatigue tests, to the equivalent of 600,000
road miles (150,000 “push” strokes and 150,000 “pull” strokes, at full
Roadmaster was the first
towing products manufacturer to invest in the software and technology that
Boeing, Lockheed Martin, GM, and NASA use to ensure the integrity of their
products. This allows Roadmaster to offer the safest products possible for your
In the RV towing products
industry, testing standards are entirely self-imposed — there are no federal
regulations in place, whatsoever. Roadmaster’s standards — “quality to ensure
reliability; reliability to ensure safety” — are the highest in the industry.