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Custom Roadmaster base plates are designed to help you safely tow your vehicle. A variety of styles that allow for permanant or removable draw bars and different attachement methods will allow you to choose the system that best fits your towing needs.
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Blue Ox Base Plate Installation - 2015 Ford C-Max
Today I've got our 2015 Ford C-Max. We're going to be taking a look at and installing the Blue Ox Baseplate Kit, part# BX2639. I'll show you how to put in the attachment tab assembly. This is what you're going to mount your tow bar to. Simply press it in, you'll feel it kind of lock in. Pull this pin back, rotate it, and that's locked. They're easy to put in.
Roadmaster Base Plates RM-521448-4 Review
Today we're going to be taking a look at the Roadmaster Easy 4 base plate kit with removable arms. Now, the Roadmaster Easy 4 twist lock series brackets are going to be virtually invisible on your vehicle. They're very easy to mount and simple to remove. The receiver base, which is this long bar here with all the mounting points, that's going to mount to the frame of your vehicle and then the brackets are these 2 components up here. These are going to install to the receiver base to provide attachment points for your tow bar. The brackets can easily be removed when not in use, which is going to give your vehicle a very very clean look.
Roadmaster EZ2 Base Plate Kit Installation - 2016 Hyundai Elantra
Today on our 2016 Hyundai Elantra, we are going to show you how to install the Road Master EZ2. This is a base plate kit with removable arms, it's part number is 521632-1. Here is what our tow bar is going to look like installed and ready for use. We are ready to attach our quick disconnect or our tow bar, right to our removable arms here, hook it up, and we will be ready to head down the road. You can see we have got good safety chain connection points, so they are going to come out here, these are on quick disconnect. Not only can we take those off quickly, but also our removable arms.
Blue Ox Base Plate Installation - 2015 Chevrolet Equinox
Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Equinox, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Blue Ox Base Plate Kit with removable arms. Part number is BX1689. Here's what our base plate looks like once we've got it installed and the fascia back in. You can see it's pretty nice and hidden. You don't see a whole lot of it. When we're ready for towing we've got our removable arms, we'll just slide those in. Rotate them until you hear our pin click into position.
Roadmaster EZ Base Plate Kit Installation - 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt
Today, on our 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt, we are installing our Road Master Easy Base plate Kit with Removable Arms. Part Number 523137-1. To get started we need to take off our front bumper fascia and our radiator protective cover, here. To do that, I grab my puller tool, slide it under the little pin here. That's the head of our pushpin, then slide it underneath the base, and pop that out. Now, if you don't have a tool like this you can use a screwdriver. I've turned our front wheels so I can get in to our wheel well. We have 3 bolts up here to take out and then we will have 2 bolts underneath.
Roadmaster Base Plate Installation - 2015 GMC Acadia
Today on our 2015 GMC Acadia we'll be taking a look at and installing the Roadmaster EZ Base Plate Kit with Removable Arms. Part number 523149-1. This is what it will look like once it's fully installed. We'll take our tow brackets, slide them in with the tab down, and rotate them out, that way the angle goes to the outside of the vehicle with the two holes on top, just like so on the other side. The first thing that we're going to do on the installation of our new base plates is go ahead and open up the hood so we gain access to all the fascia and trim hardware. We're going to need to remove this plastic piece here all the way across as well as this whole front bumper section here and disconnect the fog lights once we get down there as well. We'll just come around. You're going to have one here and so on and so forth across, totaling eight push pin fasteners.
Roadmaster MX Base Plate Kit Installation - 2013 Chevrolet Equinox
Today on our 2013 Chevrolet Equinox we will be taking a look at and installing the Roadmaster MX base plate kit, Part number 3160-3B. And this is what our Roadmaster MX base plate will look like once it's installed on our Equinox, so it will have a sleek tucked away design, with a black powder coat finish, and fully welded, so you know it's going to be durable. Easy custom fit installation with no welding, and no drilling required either. You're also going to see that you're going to have those quick disconnect pins. That way when you're not towing it behind a vehicle you can pull out your brackets and nobody will hardly even know that you have a base plate attached to your vehicle. Place those on the inside of your tow vehicle, or in the vehicle that you're towing.
Blue Ox Base Plate Kit Installation - 2012 Ford Focus
On this 2012 Ford Focus, we're going to review, and install the Blue Ox baseplate kit, part number BX2633. All right, this is what the baseplate looks like once installed in the Ford Focus. Everything is pretty well tucked in behind the grill. The only thing that really sticks out past the grill is a safety cable, or safety chain loops right here, and also a couple of prongs for your electrical. This is one of the tabs right here, it can only go in one way. Put it in this part where it's horizontal.
Roadmaster EZ4 Base Plate Kit Installation - 2015 Jeep Cherokee
Today on our 2015 Jeep Cherokee we are installing our Roadmaster EZ4 base plate kit with removable arms. Part number for that is RM-521446-4. All right, I've got our other side in place already. The way this goes in, we've got our notch sides here. We want to line that up so it's running parallel to our bumper. It'll slide in place. It pushes our pin here backwards and we'll turn it counter-clockwise until it clicks and that pin holds it from turning or moving on you.
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