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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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Today on this 2010 Honda CRV, we're going to show you the Blue Ox Base Plate Kit with removable arms, part number BX2246. All right, this is what the base plate looks when it's installed on our CRV. You can see the opening right through here. It does require some trimming on the bottom right down here, similar to this right here on each side. These are receivers that connect to the attachment tabs, where the tow bar connects to those. Basically, with this part horizontal, we're going to push it in. Push it all the way until that pin sticks out, and rotate it.
Blue Ox Base Plate Kit Installation - 2015 Jeep Cherokee
Today, on this 2015 Jeep Cherokee, we're going to show you the Blue Ox base plate kit, part number BX1136. This is what the base plate looks like once installed on our Cherokee. This is our base plate assembly. This is our safety chain attachment right here. Not much to see, but it does fit this pre-existing opening in the vehicle. Now, if your vehicle has tow hooks, this would replace those tow hooks.
Roadmaster EZ Base Plate Kit Installation - 2014 Ford Focus
Today on this 2014 Ford Focus, we're going to show you the Roadmaster EZ Base Plate kit with removable arms, part number 524430-1. This is what the base plate looks like when it's installed on our Focus. Right now we have our removable arms installed on the base plates. At this point it's ready for the quick disconnects that come with the tow bar. When you're not using it, simply rotate it, pull it up, and out of the way. Safety chains can be disconnected with quick link as well.
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Blue Ox Base Plate Kit Installation - 2003 Ford Explorer
Today on the 2003 Ford Explorer, we're going to show you the Blue Ox Base Plate Kit, part number BX2160. This is what the base plate looks like when it's installed on our Explorer. You can see there's not much to it, basically the parts that you use come through this opening right here. These loops right here are for your safety cables or chains. This is a custom fit for the vehicle and it's all wrapped up in power coat finish. This is a fixed point here, these points are non removable. We have one less part to lose. The tow bar goes directly to it and you're good to go. A couple things to know about this is that the distance between your brackets will be 18" so this will work with the Blue Ox Adventa, Alladin, Alpha, and Allure tow bars.
Roadmaster XL Base Plate Kit Installation - 2010 Ford Explorer
Today on our 2010 Ford Explorer, we're going to take a look at, and show you how to install, the Roadmaster XL Base Plate Kit with the removable arms. The part number is 4405-1. Here's what the base plate looks like once we get it installed. As you can see, it's going to give us our mounting location right up front here whether we're using a quick disconnect or a direct bolt-on tow bar. We'll have those here to where we can get to them when we need them. The nice thing about this is, it does have the detachable arm, so we can remove these when not in use. With this application, we did leave that little lower lip on.
Roadmaster EZ Base Plate Kit Installation - 2015 Cadillac SRX
Today on our 2015 Cadillac SRX we're going to review and install the Roadmaster EZ Base Plate Kit with Removable Arm, part number 523162-1. Now here's what our base plate is going to look like once it's installed. As you can see with the arms removed it's hidden behind the rear bumper cover or fascia and gives us a really nice clean look when not in use. Then when we're ready to tow our vehicle, we'll simply take the removable arm, slide it into the base plate, rotate it to lock it into position and then hook up our tow bar. We're ready to head on down the road. Then once we're finished towing our vehicle, we're ready to drive it again, simply rotate that removable arm, unlock it and remove it.
Roadmaster XL Baseplate Kit Installation - 1991 Toyota Pickup
Today on our 1991 Toyota pickup, we'll be installing the Road Master XL base plate kit, part number 1146-1. To start off, we need to remove a tow hook on the passenger side of our pickup. It's attached by two bolts and the manufacturer's weld nuts. These two will be part of our attachment points for our base plate. To make things easier, we sprayed these bolts down with some penetrating lubricant to help break those bolts free. We'll repeat that on the driver's side to remove a tow loop. Our third attachment point will be just behind those two weld nuts we just exposed.
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