TOWING MADE SAFE And EASY
Q: What do I need to tow my vehicle
behind my motorhome?
A: The first thing that you should be checking before you
move forward, is to make sure that your vehicle is towable.
Remco is the king of tow-ability, so we made it easy for
you to check your tow-ability just by clicking here.
The Custom Baseplate
For Your Vehicle
This step is really easy since there are vehicle specific
baseplates, only one baseplate will fit the vehicle you
want to tow. Our fit guide will make this very easy.
The Tow Bar
You’ll need the tow bar you choose to fit the
gross vehicle weight of your vehicle.
Sometimes it is better to go with a stronger tow bar
in case of a newer heavier vehicle in the future.
The Accessory Kit
You need an accessory kit (matched to the tow bar).
With your towed vehicle 7-6 heavy duty cable, wiring kit,
keyed alike locks and tow bar cover completes the package.
Important For Safety Reasons
A brake is separate and is NOT
included in the tow package.
The Hi Lo Receiver
These drop receivers have a solid steel shank that can
be turned up or down for high-low ground clearance.
The height of the motorhome receiver, and the front arms of the towed vehicle must be within 3" to maintain maximum strength.
Here Is How It Works!
There are about 3,500 faceplates in the marketplace.
Each vehicle has its own specific baseplate. All you have
to do is just look up your vehicle base plate then it will
show the corresponding baseplate that will fit your vehicle.
Roadmaster is the only exception,
they show 2 baseplates per vehicle.
find your baseplate
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The baseplate is designed to be easily installed
(without welding). It is installed to existing attachment points in as many places as possible. The Installation is very easy, with backyard mechanics installing them all the time. If the mechanic gets stuck, they can just call us so we can assist them to tech support. Tech support will guide the mechanic to complete for your installation.
Tow bars are specified by (gross vehicle weight rating).
(GVWR) takes into account the base curb weight of the
vehicle plus the weight of any optional accessories.
Tow bars come in motorhome mounted, or vehicle
mounted. Our recommendation is to go with the
motorhome mounted tow bar, for ease-of-use and
strength. You'll be set for years with Safe & Easy hook up and
- Tow bars are shown on the base plate page as
(gross vehicle weight ratings) from there you can easily just push on the tow bar button of which you desire and it will match the accessory kit for that tow bar with your baseplate.
After following these steps your package is complete!
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The third item to complete your tow package is the
accessory kit. This kit will include the 7-6 heavy duty cable
for the motorhome, the towed vehicle wiring and lights,
locks for the tow bar, and the tow bar cover.
Q: You might ask, do I need a brake?
A: The answer is yes. Many large rigs today tow a vehicle
and you wouldn't feel the difference, but the stopping of
your vehicle adds (without a brake) up to about 150 feet to
the stopping distance. regardless of what you're pulling the
Rise/Drop Hi Lo Receiver
These drop receivers have a solid steel shank that can be
turned up or down for high-low ground clearance.
The height of the motorhome receiver, and the
front arms of the towed vehicle must be within 3"
to maintain maximum strength.
Rock Guards & Tow Defenders
Last but not least, the thought of protection.
Rock guards and tow defenders keep everyday driving
hazards from chipping the front of the towed vehicle.