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Roadmaster High-Low Adapter for Tow Bars - 2" Hitches - 6" Rise/Drop - 10K GTW, 400 lbs TW

Roadmaster High-Low Adapter for Tow Bars - 2" Hitches - 6" Rise/Drop - 10K GTW, 400 lbs TW

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Make up for the height difference between your RV and towed vehicle with this hitch adapter. Provides either a 6" drop or a 6" rise. Solid shank provides strength and durability. Call 800-298-8924 to order Roadmaster accessories and parts part number RM-048-6 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Roadmaster products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Roadmaster High-Low Adapter for Tow Bars - 2" Hitches - 6" Rise/Drop - 10K GTW, 400 lbs TW. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Roadmaster Accessories and Parts - RM-048-6

  • Tow Bar
  • Hitch Adapter
  • Roadmaster
  • High-Low Adapter
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • 6 Inch Rise/Drop

Make up for the height difference between your RV and towed vehicle with this hitch adapter. Provides either a 6" drop or a 6" rise. Solid shank provides strength and durability.


Features:

  • Allows for proper positioning of tow bar
    • Makes up for height difference between RV's hitch and towed vehicle's base plates
    • Also lets you mount a bike rack, cargo carrier, or other 2" hitch accessory
  • Provides either drop or rise for adequate ground clearance
  • Constructed of sturdy steel
    • Solid shank for suprerior strength and durability
  • Resists rust and corrosion with black powder coat finish
  • Hitch pin and clip or hitch lock sold separately
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Drop/rise: 6"
  • Receiver: 2" x 2"
  • Tongue weight: 400 lbs
  • Gross towing weight: 10,000 lbs
  • Length: 14" overall
    • 3-7/8" From center of hitch pin hole to angled brace
    • 9-1/2" From center of hitch pin hole to center of pin hole
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty


Note: This adapter is designed to flat tow a vehicle only. Do not use to tow a trailer. When using with a hitch-mounted accessory, such as a bike rack or cargo carrier, the tongue weight of your hitch will be reduced by at least 50 percent.


Most tow systems require some sort of hitch accessory to either raise or lower the tow bar to an appropriate level. The "Safe Zone" for a motor-home-mounted tow bar ranges from 3" above level to 3" below. Car-mounted models must be absolutely level. This high-low adapter can provide you with the necessary drop or desired rise to achieve a level tow bar setup.


Adapter Specs

048-6 Road Master Hi-Low Hitch Adapter - 6" - 10,000 lbs GTW; 400 lbs TW

Installation Details RM-048-6 Installation instructions



Video of Roadmaster High-Low Adapter for Tow Bars - 2" Hitches - 6" Rise/Drop - 10K GTW, 400 lbs TW

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Roadmaster Tow Bars RM-048-6 Review

Today we'll be reviewing part number RN-048-6. This is the Roadmaster Hi-Low Hitch Adapter. This is designed to fit in 2-inch by 2-inch trailer hitch receivers. This portion here is the portion that's going to slide into the hitch. It has a nice solid shank. You line up your pin holes and then you need to insert a 5/8 inch pin and clip 00:00:22 or a hitch pin lock. We do recommend the Roadmaster trailer hitch locks.

That's going to be a set of two, sold separately with part number RN-316. You can find those on our website. The opening of our receiver is going to measure 2-inches by 2-inches. With it installed in this position, this would be the drop position, so if we measure from the inside top edge of our receiver to the top of our receiver, it's going to give us a measurement of 6 inches so that's where we're going to get our drop from. This can be used in the rise or drop position. All you'd have to do is flip it over and either way you use it, it's going to give you a rise or drop of 6 inches. Please keep in mind that this is not for use with any type of trailer.

It's designed for use with tow bars only. It's going to offer a capacity of 10,000 pounds with a maximum ton weight capacity of 400 pounds. A few measurements to go over real quick. If we measure the distance from one pin hole to the other, center on center, that's going to give us a measurement of 9-1/2 inches. The overall length is going to give us a measurement of right at 14 inches. The receiver portion down here is going to give us a measurement of 6 inches and then if we measure the distance from the pin hole to the wedge portion here, the closest point of that wedge, center at pin hole, is going to give us a measurement of 3-7/8 of an inch. Again, keep in mind that this is for use for tow bars only, not for use with any type of trailer. That's going to do it for today's review of part number RN-048-6.

This is the Roadmaster Hi-Low Hitch Adapter. .


Customer Reviews

Roadmaster High-Low Adapter for Tow Bars - 2" Hitches - 6" Rise/Drop - 10K GTW, 400 lbs TW - RM-048-6

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (104 Customer Reviews)

Make up for the height difference between your RV and towed vehicle with this hitch adapter. Provides either a 6" drop or a 6" rise. Solid shank provides strength and durability.

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Works just as we expected. To sync our Motorhome and tow vehicle. Built with Roadmaster's excellent quality! 495773



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The 6" drop hitch was just what I needed to level my tow bar between my (Georgetown) RV and (Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara) towed vehicle. It is a very strong, solid piece. Just completed a round trip between 700 mile round-trip with no problems. The run-through of the unit dimensions in your video really helped to ensure the unit was the right fit for my RV receiver and tow bar. 347932


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Solid chunk of metal. No problems. Need to keep areas that rub treated for rust, but thats expected.
Drew G - 03/05/2018

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Everything I have bought from Etrailer has been of the highest quality and they have the fastest shipping I have received. I had to raise my hitch to keep my tow bar level while towing my Ram 2500 behind my motorhome The videos on “how to” are super. Thanks again 763630



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Great product and superb service from e trailer 749513



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Very well built and finished. I'm using this hitch adapter to level my tow bar while flat towing my jeep. It works perfect. 746358



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Super fast delivery and just what I was looking for. 736976



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Good product - heavy duty as promised 734857



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I bought this drop hitch because I carry a motorcycle sideways on a rack behind my SUV. The SUV sits high so pushing the motorcycle up the ramp is difficult and lowering that rack makes loading and unloading easier and safer. The SUV also has the spare tire on the rear door and this drop hitch moves the rack out about two inches giving me more room for the bike. The big thing about this drop hitch is it’s strength. My bike weighs 350 pounds this hitch is rated at 400 pounds but it can probably handle much more than the class III hitch itself. 729959



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Excellent hitch I used it for a winch mount on my Ford Explorer! 722132



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QUICK RESPONSE AND FAST DELIVERY. THANKS 718718



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Heavy duty 713415



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Serves it's purpose for a better tow. 707796



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Perfect. 681426



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Just what I needed to make the towed trailer level. 672689



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Nicely made and extremely strong No issues with using it. 635004



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Wow, this thing is solid! I’m a retired engineer and this high quality isn’t what coming from most manufacturers who are cutting corners at every opportunity. The welds were perfect and the entire unit looked like it was powder coated. Now I can safely and reliable tow my Jeep behind my RV. Additionally, etrailer just cares more about its customers than anyone else out there. Why would go anywhere else? 633151



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Excellent product. Sturdy and will do exactly what I needed. One suggestion though. The overall length required longer safety chains so a shorter length connection would have worked better for me. 613348



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Great fit holds strong. Use this to pull my lifted JKU. Has not rusted. I would buy this again. 610289



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fits just right 594261



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Just as advertised and it's heavy duty. 589307



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Quick delivery as usual and looks like what I ordered. 562952



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Great product it correct my issue with my motor home and tow vehicle, everything level now. 562780


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It working great, no issues
Richard - 09/10/2019

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Well built quick delivery excellent ser vice 543797



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I really like my droped receiver,now wee its time to go camping! 528520



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I needed this high/low hitch receiver to bring the hitch up to level to pull my jeep behind my RV. It works excellent, very happy with it one year later! 504790


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Ask the Experts about this Roadmaster Accessories and Parts

  • 2-Inch Ball Mount with 6-Inches of Drop for Towing Car Trailer
    Roadmaster High-Low Adapter # RM-048-6 is intended for use along with a Roadmaster tow bar like their BlackHawk 2 # RM-422 but is not rated for trailer towing, as you noted. Instead you'll want to use a ball mount with the same 6-inches of drop, such as 8K-rated aluminum ball mount # EA60 from Brophy or Andersen's # AM3507. Be sure to use a hitch ball rated for the trailer's weight, such as 2-inch 7.5K ball # SC23-C. Please refer to the linked article and ball mount page.
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  • What is Best High Low Adapter to Use When Tow Bar Setup Calls for 7 inches of Drop
    Based on your dimensions you'd need 7 inches for your tow bar to be totally level. So since there's only a 6 inch and an 8 inch high low adapter the better choice is to have the sitting slightly higher on the RV side. If a tow bar pulling down on the vehicle front suspension it can cause tire wear issues as well as suspension issues so slightly higher on the RV side is best. So the 6 inch # RM-048-6 is the best option.
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  • Can the Roadmaster High-Low Hitch Adapter, # RM-048-6 be Used to Tow a Trailer
    You are correct. The Roadmaster High-Low Hitch Adapter, # RM-048-6, is rated to be used with tow bars for flat towing behind a motor home and not for weight carrying applications or trailer towing. The use of any adapter, including this one, will reduce the tongue weight capacity of the hitch by 50 percent. Since tow bars and flat towing physically function differently than towing a trailer or carrying a bike rack, the Roadmaster High-Low was not designed for the latter application....
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  • Adapter to Lower Height of Hitch-Mounted Cargo Carrier
    A 2-inch high/low hitch adapter like Roadmaster # RM-048-6 will provide 6-inches of drop (or rise) to allow your 2-inch cargo carrier to be lower than hitch height. Part # RM-048-4 will give you 4-inches of drop (or rise). Do please note three important considerations when using either of these adapters. These have a 400-lb tongue weight rating, which means that no matter how much capacity your hitch may have, the combined weight of the cargo carrier and what you load onto it cannot...
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  • Availability of a Dual hitch Receiver to Carry a Hitch Mount Bike Rack and Tow a Trailer
    There are actually adapters made that offer 2 receivers so you will not have to weld a bike rack to the top of the receiver. We have numerous options like the Roadmaster Dual Hitch Receiver Adapter, # RM-077-2. Or, you could use Curt Multipurpose Ball Mount, # D210, which has a receiver on top and ball mount on the bottom. When using one of the above products remember that the top receiver cannot be used for towing and that the tongue weight includes the combined weight of everything...
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  • Should a Tow Bar Sit Level Between the Towed Vehicle and the RV When Ready to Tow
    Having your tow bar as level as possible is the best way to have it set up. Because of that you would want the 6 inch drop adapter. I have spoken to tow bar manufacturers and they say one of the key factors in how long a tow bar will last is how close to being level it was used. We recommend that the entire set up be no more than 3 inches above or below level. The 6 inch Roadmaster adapter # RM-048-6 will work well for you.
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  • High - Low Adapter for a 1-1/4 Inch Hitch Opening
    No, I am sorry, but this will not work. First, the RM-048-6 is for towing a vehicle behind a motor home. Every time you add either an adapter or an extender, you reduce your tongue weight by 50 percent. You would need to add both, and with a Class I hitch, the weight of the bike rack, adapter, and extender would be too much for the vehicle. We do offer some great bike racks which are made to attach directly to the vehicle. We also have some 2 bike racks which will fit your 1 1/4 inch...
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  • High/Low Hitch Adapter with 6-Inches of Rise for Use with Hitch Cargo Carrier
    Use of a hitch adapter like Roadmaster # RM-048-6, which offers 6-inches of rise, will have the effect of reducing your hitch's capacity by 50-percent. This results from the change in geometry - the load being further away from the hitch - and is a common side-effect of hitch adapters. If you use this adapter your hitch capacity will be 250-lbs, and after you account for the 70-lb weight of the carrier you will then have an actual cargo weight capacity of 180-lbs (250 - 70 = 180). This...
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  • How to Raise Hitch Mounted Bike Rack for Additional Ground Clearance
    A hi-low adapter like the part # RM-048-6 you mentioned is designed for a rolling load like a vehicle being flat towed behind a motorhome. Although it hasn't been designed for a hitch mounted accessory like a bike rack, it can be used for that purpose. Do not use to tow a trailer. When using with a hitch-mounted accessory, such as a bike rack or cargo carrier, the tongue weight of your hitch will be reduced by at least 50 percent..
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  • High Low Adapter for a Vehicle Hitch that Sits 5 inches Higher than Level
    I would go with the 6 inch Roadmaster High-Low Adapter part # RM-048-6. Being an inch off either way would not be a big deal, but I would rather have your tow vehicle pulling slightly up than down as down usually wears tires and suspension components on towed vehicles.
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  • Is There an Option to Lower the Trailer Hitch Receiver for Motorcycle Carrier Use?
    There really isn't an option to lower your hitch 6 inches and carry 400 lb motorcycle with carrier. The Roadmaster Dual Hitch Receiver Adapter, 6" Drop/Rise # RM-077-6 is the strongest option with a 400 lb tongue weight capacity that doesn't account for the weight of the carrier, so is not a working option. Adapters simply are not strong enough for the tongue weight you are seeking. Your best option is to use the Replacement Shank for Gen-Y Adjustable Ball Mount - 2" Hitch - 7-1/2"...
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  • How to Gain Ground Clearance For a Hitch Mounted Cargo Carrier on a 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander
    To resolve your ground clearance issue with your cargo carrier, I would recommend getting a cargo carrier with a rise in the shank like the Curt Cargo Carrier, # C18110. I am not aware of a trailer hitch with a 2 inch receiver that will fit on your 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander. One thing to keep in mind when using a hitch adapter to convert a 2 inch shank to a 1-1/4 inch receiver is that the tongue weight capacity of your trailer hitch will be reduced by 50 percent. Like you stated, I...
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  • Using a Hitch Extension On a Class A Motorhome to Carry a Motorcycle Carrier and Motorcycle
    The Roadmaster High-Low Hitch Adapter, item # RM-048-6 is not for use with any type of trailer. This item is designed for towing with a tow bar and not for weight carrying applications. There are several hitch extenders available but they do not have a rise or drop. I have listed them below. You will also need to keep in mind that using an extender will reduce the tongue weight capacity of the vehicle and/or hitch by 50 percent. Whichever has the lowest tongue weight capacity 1/2 of...
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  • Scooter Carrier for Rear of Motorhome
    We do offer a motorcycle/scooter carrier that's rated for use on a motorhome, part # UF48-979033 from Ultra-Fab. As long as the scooter's tires aren't wider than 5 inches, the carrier should be compatible with your scooter. In order to use a motorcycle/scooter carrier, the hitch on the motorhome would need to have sufficient capacity to handle the 300 lb weight of the scooter and the 45 lb weight of the # UF48-979033 carrier. There is no way to add a bike rack and bikes to the Ultra-Fab...
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  • Using Roadmaster # RM-048-6 High Low Adapter With a Winch
    According to the folks at Roadmaster, the High-Low adapter you referenced, part # RM-048-6 could be used for the purpose you describe as long as its 10,000 straight pull and 400 lb tongue weight (max downward force that can safely be applied) capacities aren't exceeded. However, when winching, you're rarely going to have the load applied in a straight line to the receiver. For this reason, I don't recommend using a high-low adapter with a winch. If you could reply with the year, make...
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  • Ball Mount with a 12 Inch Drop for a Motor Home Towing a Tow Dolly
    Drop is measured from the top of the receiver opening to the top of the other receiver opening in the case of a high-low adapter like # RM-048-6 which actually has a 6 inch drop. However, these adapters cannot be used with a tow dolly per the manufacturer specifications. What you can do is use a ball mount with 12 inches of drop, # AMSC12. For a ball mount drop is measured from the top of the receiver opening down to the ball platform like in the FAQ I have included. With this ball...
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  • Recommended Weight Distribution Shank to Tow 10,000 Pound Trailer with 2010 GMC Sierra
    According to your calculations, the difference between the receiver and coupler height is 5-1/2 inches inches, therefore a 6 inch drop shank with a 15,000 lbs weight capacity, like # C17121, should work well. I have attached a video review of this shank and a FAQ article about choosing the correct ball mount and determining the correct rise/drop for you to check out.
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  • How to Select High/Low Hitch Adapter to Keep Tow Bar Level
    Ideally your tow bar will be level when it is connected to both your motorhome and your vehicle's base plates. At most it can be 3-inches high or low on either end. Based on your dimensions the 6-1/2-inch height difference you have means you'll want to use a high/low hitch adapter that provides 6-inches of drop. Three such items are shown on the linked page: Roadmaster # RM-048-6, Blue Ox # BX88130 and Roadmaster # RM-076. All fit a 2-inch hitch but they have different weight capacities,...
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  • Can High-Low Adapter be Used for Scooter Carrier on Front Mount Trailer Hitch
    A high-low adapter, such as the Roadmaster # RM-048-6, can be used for hitch-mounted accessories like your scooter carrier on a front-mounted trailer hitch. This adapter has a 400 pound tongue weight capacity. An important note to keep in mind with this or any other similar hitch adapter is that when in use, they will reduce the tongue weight capacity of your front mount trailer hitch by 50%. This means that if the hitch on your 2013 Ford F-150 has a vertical load limit of 500 pounds,...
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  • How Long is Roadmaster High-Low Hitch Adapter RM-048-6 From Pin Hole to Back of Receiver Opening
    I checked with my contact at Roadmaster, and the High-Low hitch adapter # RM-048-6 measures approximately 5 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the angle bracket, which would be the first point that would risk coming in contact with a bumper or other structure. The adapter measures 10.38 inches from the center of the pin hole on the shank to the center of the pin hole on the 2 inch receiver.
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  • Recommendation to Lower Hitch Cargo Carrier on 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
    I have a solution for you. To lower your hitch-mount cargo carrier on your 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, I recommend using either the Roadmaster High-Low Adapter # RM-048-6 with a 6 inch drop or # RM-048-4 with a 4 inch drop, depending on how much of a drop you are needing to clear the spare tire. You will also want to make sure you do not run into any ground clearance issues with lowering the carrier. As you mentioned in your question, the use of this or any similar hitch adapter...
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  • How to Tow Trailer Level with 6-Inch Lifted 2014 Toyota Tundra
    Lifted trucks can be a challenge when towing a trailer due to the height difference between the hitch and trailer tongue. As you noted, the Roadmaster High-Low Hitch Adapter # RM-048-6 that you referenced cannot be used with a trailer, only with a tow bar. Also no weight distribution (WD)system should be used with any type of hitch adapter. The right way to get your truck and trailer together is to select a shank with the right amount of drop. You can use the linked page to see all weight...
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  • Option to Raise Cargo Carrier on Rear of 2006 Hyundai Tucson For Better Ground Clearance
    Blue Ox offers the # BX88235 adapter which would give your 3 inches of rise, and would allow you to retain the 500 lb capacity of your cargo carrier, but it shouldn't be used for towing a trailer. The # BX88241 offers 7 inches of rise, and also the capacity of the adapter mentioned above. The Roadmaster adapter you referenced wouldn't allow you to use the full capacity of your cargo carrier.
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  • Recommendation to Raise Mobility Scooter Carrier to Avoid Bottoming Out with 2008 Dodge Caravan
    I have 2 possible solutions for you. First, if the mobility chair footprint is less than 32 inches by 48 inches and weighs under 400 pounds, you could use a different carrier. Take a look at the Pro Series Steel Solo Cargo Carrier and Folding Ramp, # PS10401-10402, for 2 inch trailer hitches. This carrier has a ramp to load the chair and it also has a shank with a 4 inch rise. This keeps the platform a little higher than a straight shank carrier. I have included a link to the installation...
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  • Is Dual Receiver Adapter Available for Draw-Tite # 24899 Class I Hitch on 2010 Honda Accord
    Thank you for your purchases from etrailer. According to my research the hitch you purchased is not the Draw-Tite Class II unit # 36417 but actually the Class I hitch # 24899. A Class I hitch is a light-duty hitch that has the capacity to transport only 2 bikes, even if the bike carrier can hold more than 2. (You might refer to the linked article on hitch classes.) The bike rack you bought, the excellent Thule Apex 4 Bike Carrier # TH9025, will fit your Class I hitch but you cannot transport...
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  • Solution for Blue Ox Tow Bar Hitting Pavement on Steep Driveways and Road Dips
    There isn't a wheel or similar product available that is designed to mount to a tow bar like what you have. Your best option to prevent the tow bar from bottoming out is to simply see if a different high-low adapter like # RM-048-6 might give you a tad more rise while still remaining in the "Safe Zone" for the tow bar. You will want the tow bar to still be within the range of 3 inches above or 3 inches below level. This does offer some wiggle room where you can hopefully get a bit more...
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  • 6 inch High Low Adapter Recommendation for Leveling Blue Ox Aventa LX Tow Bar
    The Roadmaster High-Low Adapter for Tow Bars # RM-048-6 that you referenced would work perfectly for you if you are in need of a 6 inch rise or drop to level your tow bar. As long as you have a 2 inch hitch on your RV this is going to work. But in the unlikely case it wouldn't I attached a link to our return policy page.
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  • Using Roadmaster High-Low Adapter as Winch Mount
    My contact at Roadmaster said the High-Low Hitch Adapter # RM-048-6, which you reference, can be used on hitch accessories, as long as its 400 lb tongue weight and 10,000 lb towing capacity isn't exceeded. This means that no more than 400 lbs of downward force can be applied to the adapter. Because the line pull of a winch isn't always applied straight-on to the receiver, I wouldn't recommend using the adapter for a winch mount.
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  • Can a Roadmaster High/Low Adapter be Used to Tow a Trailer
    Roadmaster High-Low Adapter for Tow Bars - 2" Hitches - 6" Rise/Drop - 10K GTW, 400 lbs TW Item # RM-048-6 is designed to flat tow a vehicle only and is not rated for use for towing a trailer so I cannot recommend it. It sounds like you are using a weight distribution system and will need a shank that has more drop than the one you have now. If that is the case we do have other shanks with more drop you could use. If you can tell me which weight distribution system you have and how...
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  • Can Roadmaster High-Low Hitch Adapter # RM-048-6 Be Used on Lifted Truck to Tow a Camper
    The Roadmaster High-Low Hitch Adapter, # RM-048-6, is to be used with tow bars only. This adapter should not be used with any type of trailer so this would not work for your set-up but I do have a solution, a weight distribution shank. Once your truck has been lifted you will want to determine the appropriate drop needed for your trailer. I have included an article that can assist with this. I have included a link to our weight distribution shanks. Just use the filters to find the right...
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