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Blue Ox Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms

Blue Ox Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms

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This strong and durable base plate kit is custom designed to fit your vehicle. The hidden reinforcements, along with the removable bracket arms, provide a clean, unobtrusive look when your car is not being towed. Call 800-298-8924 to order Blue Ox base plates part number BX2253 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Blue Ox products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Blue Ox Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms. Base Plates reviews from real customers.
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Blue Ox Base Plates - BX2253

  • Blue Ox
  • Removable Drawbars
  • Twist Lock Attachment

This strong and durable base plate kit is custom designed to fit your vehicle. The hidden reinforcements, along with the removable bracket arms, provide a clean, unobtrusive look when your car is not being towed.


Features:

  • Custom-fit base plates provide attachment points for tow bar
  • Hidden reinforcement means that less of the bracket shows
    • No crossbar support beam or large, protruding brackets
  • Base plate tabs remove easily for a completely inconspicuous look
  • Sturdy, dependable design
    • Spreads towing force evenly to minimize weight placed on suspension
    • Constructed of durable steel
  • Simple installation - no welding required
    • Bolts securely to your vehicle chassis
  • Integrated mounting points let you easily attach an electrical connector plug or bracket (sold separately)
  • Instructions and necessary hardware included
  • Adaptable for use with Roadmaster tow bars with the Roadmaster Tow Bar Adapter (RM-031 or RM-031-5; sold separately)
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Distance between brackets: 24"
    • Fits Blue Ox Acclaim, Adventurer, Aladdin, Allure, Alpha, Ambassador, Avail, Aventa, and Trion tow bars
  • Bracket height: 13-1/2"
  • 3-Year warranty


BX2253 Blue Ox Base Plate Kit - Removable Tabs



BX2253 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details BX2253 Installation instructions

This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

2009 - 2014 Honda Fit




Video of Blue Ox Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms

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




Video Transcript for Blue Ox Base Plate Kit Installation - 2009 Honda Fit

Speaker 1: Today on our 2009 Honda Fit, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Blue Ox Base Plate Kit with Removable Arms, part number BX2253. So here's what our base plate is going to look like once we have it installed, and this is going to allow us to hook our tow bar directly up and safely tow our Fit down the road. The fact that it has removable arms means it's going to blend in really nicely, but when we need to tow, we can simply put them in, push it in until that ring pops out, rotate them, and it'll lock into place. It's going to work the same on both sides.Right on the inside of our arms, we're going to have a spot to connect our safety cables. We'll have plenty of room and not have to worry about interfering with the grill or the arms. They even have a spot here in the middle where we can mount our electrical accessories.

Just keep in mind that the wiring is going to be sold separately. Our Blue Ox base plate is going to work with a wide variety of Blue Ox tow bars, as well as some Roadmaster tow bars with an adapter that is sold separately.As far as the installation goes, it is going to be rather straightforward. There's going to be some minor drilling and trimming of the lower grill here, but now that we've gone over some of the features and seen the end result, let's show you how to get it installed.To begin our installation, we're going to open up our hood, and right by the front grill here we're going to have a total of eight fasteners that we're going to have to pull out. So you'll want to grab a trim panel tool or a flathead screwdriver. You're going to come underneath this center section of that pushpin, pop that up, which will release it.

Then we can come underneath the bottom of it and pull the rest of the pushpin out. Then we'll repeat that for the remaining pushpins.If we move to the wheel well, right where our fender is going to meet our fascia, and we look directly up, there's going to be a Phillips head screw that's holding it in place. So you're going to want to grab a Phillips screwdriver, and we're going to pull that fastener out. There's going to be one on each side, so we'll pull the other one out as well. Now if we move back to the bottom of the wheel well here, in the corner, we're going to have a pushpin.

We'll have one on each side, as well as three in the center section. We're going to want to pull all those out, and those are going to come out the same way the ones on the top did. We'll get a flathead screwdriver, and we're going to work that center section loose until we can get the rest of the pushpin out.So now if we come just forward of those pushpins that we removed, we're going to have two Phillips screws on each side that we're going to have to pull out. Now if we start where our fender meets our fascia, we're going to start gently pulling the fascia away so it unlocks those tabs, but once we get to the headlight area here, we're going to have a few of these tabs that we're going to have to get a screwdriver and gently lift up on those to unlock the fascia. So you want to pull it away a little bit so we can get room.

Then we're going to take a screwdriver, lift up on that tab so the fascia is free, and we're going to work our way towards the center doing one at a time. We'll do this for both sides. Just be careful once you release that last tab there so you don't have your fascia fall on the ground.So once you have all the tabs loose, we can grab our fascia, and it's probably best to grab it in the center area so we can get a good hold of it, and we're going to slowly pull it away, but if your fit has fog lights, we're going to have to disconnect those before we can pull it all the way. So at the back of the fog light here, we're going to have this little tab. We're going to push in, and that should release the light. You unplug it, and we're going to let the cord hang right now, and we'll unplug the other one. Here's the tab, just going to push down on that and pull, and it'll release the socket. Then we'll set our fascia aside where it won't get damaged.With the fascia out of the way, we can bring our attention to our bumper beam here, and we're going to have a total of four bolts holding it in place. So we're going to want to grab a 12 mm socket and pull each one of those out on both sides. And the bolt on the inside, we are going to have a limited space just because the bumper beam is right here, so you may want to use a hand ratchet to break it loose and take those final ones out. And when you go to take the last one out, you want to make sure you have a firm grip on it because there's not going to be a whole lot holding this in place. Then we'll take our bumper beam. We're going to lift up, pull out, and we can set it aside.Now, on each side of where our bumper beam mounted, we're going to have this plastic piece alongside of the radiator. We're going want to trim this so that it's pretty close to even with the bottom of the flange where our bumper beam was mounted. Now, you can either use a utility knife or anything you have because it is plastic, but I'm going to be using rotary tool. You just want to be extra careful because it is extremely close to the AC condenser here.Once we have that cut, if we move to the inside, there's going to be a plastic pushpin fastener. We'll remove the plastic pushpin fastener so we can pull the section that we cut out fully off the front of the vehicle. And we're going to go ahead and repeat that for the other side as well.Now, on the side of the frame here, we're going to have two preexisting holes. We're going to want to use the top one, and we're going to be enlarging that to a 3/8 of an inch. So we can grab our drill bit, and we're going to drill directly into the frame. Once you have that drilled out, it's not a bad idea to grab one of the bolts and ensure that you can slide it in and out without it catching. We're going to go ahead and repeat that on the other side as well.Now, it's never a good idea to leave exposed metal on the frame of your car, so I'm going to take a little bit of spray paint, and I'm going to spray out where I drilled on both holes. Now with an extra set of hands, we're going to put our base plate into position, and we want to line up the top hole of our base plate with the hole that we just drilled out. We're going to take a 3/8" bolt and we're going to temporarily secure it, and then on the inside we'll put a 3/8" locknut. We want to get these on there pretty snug for right now, and then we can come back and make sure that the base plate is nice and level, and we're going to fully tighten those up. So we want to make sure that the base plate is going to be level going front to back because we don't want it tilted too far up or tilted too far down.So now that our base plate is nice and level, I'm going to come back with a 9/16" socket and wrench, and I'm going to tighten up my hardware on both sides. With our base plate securely in place, we're going to use it as a template to drill out the remaining two holes. So again, we're going to be using that 3/8" drill bit and going straight through the hole on our base plate and drilling into the frame. We'll repeat that for all the remaining holes in our base plate.So now that all the holes are drilled out, we're going to take another one of our short bolts, but this time we're going to put a little bit of red loctite on the threads, and we're going to go through the second hole to where it's going to come to the inside of the frame, and secure it down with another locknut. For the bottom hole, we're going to take one of our longer bolts. It's going to have a small shoulder on it. Again, apply a little bit of the loctite to the threads, and we'll go through the bottom hole and secure it with another locknut.Now the easiest way to get these locknuts in place is if you actually reach underneath and behind the base plate, you'll have just enough room to reach your hand in there and get that nut started. With those two in place, we're going to want to remove the top bolt so we can apply some red loctite to it, but since all the holes are drilled, we'll just have to tilt the base plate back into position. And we'll re-secure it with that locknut. Now we're going to repeat that same process and the same combination of hardware on the other side.Now we'll come back with that same 9/16" wrench and socket, and we're going to snug up all of our hardware. Now I'm going to come back with a torque wrench, and I'm going to torque all my hardware down to the specified amount in the instructions. We took our permanent safety cables, and we wrapped it around the frame, brought it back, and we attached both ends to this quick link here and this spot on our base plate. Once you have them tight on both sides, you want to come back with a 5/8" wrench and put it on the quick link and make sure it's fully tightened. So we can reinstall our bumper beam, and when we put this in place, there's these little tabs that are going to line up. You kind of want to go above the hole and then slide it down to where those tabs will somewhat hold it in place. Grab one of the bolts, and get one of them at least started by hand on each side so we don't have to worry about it falling off, and we'll come back and we'll tighten up all of our bolts.Now on each one of our fog lights, I went ahead and marked out this yellow line going around. This black housing here is going to need to be trimmed because it's going to interfere with our base plate. Now, we don't want to take all of this off and we don't want to cut past just the black plastic into the light itself, but we're going to trim down, about above where the mounting screw is, around, and take this entire piece off. Now the easiest way to cut it is going to be with a rotary tool, that way we can make nice clean cuts, but just make sure you take your time and don't go too deep. Once you have the outline cut out, we can see if we went deep enough. Again, you just want to make sure you leave this part of the light intact and just take out that plastic shroud. So we'll go ahead and do that on the other side as well.Now one other thing we need to trim on our fascia is going to be the grill section here. If we come to that center cross beam, we're going to want to cut that out so we have this big opening on either side, that way it'll make it easier for our arms to come through on our base plate. So with our base plate secure, before we put our fascia back on, it's always a good idea to go ahead and route any kind of other accessories like wiring, or any kind of braking systems are easy, because it'll be a lot easier with the fascia off.Now with an extra set of hands, we're going to get our fascia back in place, and don't forget to plug the fog lights back in. You can line everything up, and you may have to move this upper grill section, and help guide it in place. Once those four clips under the headlight are in place, we can come over to the edge, and you're going to make sure that the fascia goes back into the right spot so it lines up with our fender. Now we can put all of the fasteners back in that we removed earlier. You're going to want to push the outer section of the pushpin in first, and then lock it down by pushing in the center section. That'll finish up your look at the Blue Ox Base Plate Kit with Removable Arms, part number BX2253 on our 2009 Honda Fit.


Customer Reviews

Blue Ox Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms - BX2253

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (932 Customer Reviews)

This strong and durable base plate kit is custom designed to fit your vehicle. The hidden reinforcements, along with the removable bracket arms, provide a clean, unobtrusive look when your car is not being towed.

- BX2253
by:

This was a replacement for one that got damaged by an unseen "bump" after crossing a raised railroad crossing. Works perfectly. Husband installed it himself. It was exactly the same model as the original. 447997



- BX2253
by:

I have installed the Custom Tail light warning and the Trailer connector and it was very easy. I ran the wiring through inside the FIT wiring and it was very easy. Love the way everything snaps together. I can't wait to install the base plate, trailer hitch receiver as well as the ByPass switch. All these items will make our Motorhome experience much easier. Thanks etrailer Thanks again to Amanda for keeping an eye on my order. 336883


Comments
AWESOME! We just got back from a cross country trip with our MH pulling our Honda Fit. Did not have any problems. The product worked as expected.
Ed V - 01/23/2018

33605

- BX2253
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2010 Honda Fit

Mechanic said it was a breeze to install and fit perfectly... 304929


Comments
Still working greatno problems at all. Thanks for a good as advertised product
Ken - 10/09/2017

28917

- BX2253
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Honda

The good folks at eTrailer really help me understand what I needed to tow my 2010 Honda Fit behind our class motor home we purchased the summer before. being able to ask questions and review like FAQs from other customers assisted in insuring I ordered everything I needed to do the installation and get on the road. Installation instructions and videos were right on the mark and made my installation very easy to do myself. I have other items that I will want to add to my "toad" down the road, and I all ready know that eTrailer carries the items I need when the time come. Thank you for make what could have been an over whelming task into a planned installation project with support just a phone call or web page away! 243466



- BX1721
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


I am a pretty good do it your selfer. This was the second base plate i have installed by myself. The first one was on a 2010 Honda Fit. This job took me about 8hrs. by myself. The instructions were first rate. Plus the BIGGEST help was the instructional video about this particular car. OUT STANDING!!! The only problem i had was getting the front plastic cap back on by my self, took awhile but i got it done. Then the second install was on my 2017 Chevrolet Colorado 4x4 pickup. I watched etrailers instructional video about 10 times. By the time i was ready to install the base plate, i pretty much knew what to expect and what to do. The truck job took me about 5 hrs. My best advice i can give is to WATCH their videos, not once, not twice but 4 or 5 times, or more, then the job goes along alot better. And it will be alot easier if you have some help to lift the front plastic cap off, and to reinstall. The rest can be done with no help. 586022


Comments
The base plate has worked out great. No problems at all since the install.
Anthony c - 11/29/2019

63574

- BX2645
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


I purchased this unit for our 2014 Ford Flex and it had performed perfectly. I installed it myself and was impressed with how easily it went together and how strong of a unit it is. We have hauled the Flex about 12k miles on both line NH and short runs and absolutely no problems. And it loooks good too even when we're towing. 365552



- BX2671
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


This is so much easier to install then I thought it would be. Watch the gal in the video, do as he says, and you’ll be done in an hour and a half max 707951



- BX1648
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Received your product in good timing. I have it installed as the installation was not difficult. Will be using it during my vacation which is a trek across our province. 208904


Comments
This is our second year to use your product. Just got back from a three weekvacation and used your product and find it excellent. We passed informationalong to many friends we met during that time and gave them the name of yourcompany. Thank you for the excellent service and look forward to many yearsof using the tow package
Albert C - 08/23/2016

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- BX1689
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Watched on-line video of installation on the same vehicle I was going to install the base plate on. Installation was easy. 508638



- BX1689
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Product arrived in good time and well packaged. Etrailer was most helpful in helping me get what I needed. I have bought from Etrailer before and will again. 555582



- BX1721
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Very good quality and it didn't take long to receive the base plate kit. Had it installed on our new 2016 Chev., so we can tow it behind our motor home. 290900



- BX1139
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Product arrive promptly. I installed it today. Followed the install video exactly. Worked out excellent. All the parts fit well and are very sturdy. Took about three hours start to finish. Very pleased. 602077



- BX1139
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


QUICK DELIVERY ....EXCELLENT SERVICE EX PERIENCE 556032



- BX1721
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Easy ordering process and fast shipping. Produce was exactly as described and is a perfect fit. 427886


Comments
The vehicle the base plate was installed on has been towed severral thousand miles and has performed flawlessly.
Edgar S - 09/01/2018

43062

- BX1731
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Easy to install, super strong, this is a great set up for towing a full size truck...plan on at least 4 to 6 hours to install brackets, light kit and air brake set up...i would also recommend the roadmaster brakemaster air set up as well, simple to install, I prefer this setup over the SMI air force one, it is a much simpler setup, less likely to fail and no worries of vacuum leaks... 698172



- BX2258
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


The instructional video was very helpful. The installation went very well, taking about 3 hours. Have not towed the vehicle yet, but there are no hesitations or concerns. I will definitely use etrailer in the future. 613326



- BX1689
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


This baseplate is very well made and sturdy. I would rate it excellent but for 2 flaws: 1. My vehicle has a power steering cooler which the instructions say to relocate on the supplied brackets. Relocating as instructed puts excessive strain on the connecting hoses. I had to cut the pipes and add about 3 inches of rubber hose to the power steering cooler to make it fit comfortably. 2. Blue Ox do not provide any kind of support outside office hours. This type of product is typically installed by the user over a weekend and BO should provide support to their customers during this time. Overall, I would rate ease of install at 5 (out of 10) excluding the cooler issue. Hook up to the completed baseplate is a breeze. We have the Aventa II towbar which takes about 2 minutes to connect. 108372



- BX1721
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Great product, great company. They work to keep their customers and show appreciation for same. 610362



- BX2195
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Great Product... fit as subscribed on 2011 Ford Ranger,easy to follow instructions. There was no communication from e-trailer. After 8 days of nothing I had to call, product at that time had not even been shipped. Very Disappointing. Not so sure I'll buy from them again. 281955



- BX2258
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


The base plate was fairly easy to install on our 2013 Honda C-RV. The videos on etrailer are very helpful, giving us the confidence to do the job in our own garage. The only problem with installation was that the holes didn't quite line up after removing the bumper. I think that was noted in the instructions. The removable arms work well and we have had no issues. We have been using this product towing our car behind our motor home for over 15K miles in the last year without incident. I recommend this product. 352325



- BX1139
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


The product is what I wanted and it came with great instructions. Afoot it quickly and I can’t wait to start towing my Jeep behind the motorhome 605479



- BX1721
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Fit was good instructions were for most part able to be followed. Only problem was short parts in hardware bag. 1/2-13 bolt and nut missing and couple other small pcs, but bought at hardware store and on we went. Thanks Greg for all your help on getting order to me. 607482



- BX2238
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


I am sending some pictures of my installation of the base plate and the wiring harness (TM783130) and the blue ox tow bar on my 2005 Honda CRV. It worked out OK although the instruction for the base plate ( BX2238) installation instructions could be improved some. Everything is installed and operational. Have towed the Honda 150 miles satisfactorily. Thanks for your interest. 468877



- BX1708
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


George, just finished install of blue ox base plate on my 2015 Buick enclave not for the faint of hand to install but all is well if u are good take your time some caution when drilling lower frame holes as inner holes are close but excellent fit and finish thanks for a great product 312252


Comments
Blue ox base plate is still great just a note for users you may need to lube the inside of the holes where the aluminum adapters for the tow bar connection is as one time I could not turn it to lock in for towing this solved the problem
Ed B - 10/27/2017

30108

- BX1731
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Great product. I received the BX1731 base plate and followed the directions given to install on my 2018 Chevy High Country. Install went smoothly and took about 3 hours and that was taking my time. 619643


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