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 BX2668 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 - BX2668

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: 22"
    • Fits Blue Ox Aventa, Aladdin, Alpha, and Avail tow bars
  • Bracket height: 16-1/2"
  • 3-Year warranty


BX2668 Blue Ox Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms

Replaces BX2660 Blue Ox Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms



BX2668 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details BX2668 Installation instructions

This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

2016 - 2017 Ford Explorer

2018 - 2019 Ford Explorer with Adaptive Cruise Control

2018 - 2019 Ford Explorer without Adaptive Cruise Control




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 - 2017 Ford Explorer

Speaker 1: Today on our 2017 Ford Explorer 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 BX2668. This is what our base plate looks like when it's installed. This is going to allow you to hook up to your RV and properly tow your vehicle.These are going to be your safety chain hookups, and it's going to have a low profile look when not in use. It's going to come with covers or caps that we'll slide in to keep moisture from getting inside of the holes. When you're ready to use it, you're going to have removable arms. You simply slide them into place, turn them until they lock in.

To remove them, pull the pin out, twist it, slide them out.Now, this is going to be a custom fit base plate. It's going to be powder coated black to help resist rust and corrosion. It has a nice, clean look, doesn't stick out or protrude out of the vehicle too far. This install can be a little time consuming because you do have to remove the front fascia. However, in this video I'm going to show you a few ways to make it a little easier.First thing we need to do to begin our installation is we need to get under the hood, we're going to remove these seven screws that run across the top of our fascia.

We'll be using a 10 millimeter socket. We're going to remove the wheel well fasteners. Now, in the instructions is tells you just remove these seven bolts here and then one push pin fastener up here. We had to get three bolts that are up inside here, and if you just remove those it's going to be a little bit difficult. What I suggest to make it easier is you just remove all these plastic push pin fasteners that are in here and just drop your wheel well liner down.We'll start here.

You're going to have seven actual bolts. We'll be using a 5.5 millimeter socket. These are going to be toward the front of the vehicle. You see this little plastic fastener right here With a Philips screwdriver, and you don't have to put any pressure on it, all you have to do is just turn it and that center will come out, just like that. Then you can take a flathead screwdriver or a trim panel tool and you're going to pop that center out like that.

You're going to have 11 more of these in this wheel well to take out. One here behind the wheel on the top side, and then directly behind the wheel you'll have two more.Next, you're going to have three screws that run right here along the bottom of your wheel well liner. On the bottom of the vehicle you're going to be using an 8 millimeter socket. Now, it tells you you don't need to take out this one, I'm going to do it anyway to make it a little bit easier on myself. Next, we're just going to kind of pull this back just a little bit. You're not going to have to pull it all the way off. Then we'll take our wheel well liner like this and we're just going to set it down on our tire. If you look right here, there's three bolts that we're going to have to remove. We'll be using a 10 millimeter socket to do that. Now you're going to repeat this process with the wheel well on the other side of the vehicle.Underneath the vehicle we're going to have three screws that run across the front. We're going to be using an 8 millimeter socket to remove those. Now we're going to remove the front fascia. It's always better if you have an extra set of hands. If you don't, I suggest getting a large box or piece of cardboard and putting it underneath. What you're going to do, is you're going to start on the outside and move your way to the center. You want to keep in mind, if you have lights and sensors, you're going to want to unplug those before you pull the whole thing off. As you're pulling it off, reach in and disconnect.Each side where we took the three bolts out, now on the instructions they tell you to push up and pull out. There's a tab that locks inside of the top part of this fender. I would suggest reaching up and pushing that tab in and pushing down like that, because you could take a chance of pushing or breaking this off if you do it the way they tell you. Either way, I find it just as easy to do it that way, and then you're just saving yourself some trouble.Now we'll just slowly start to move away to the center of the vehicle. Again, you set it on the box. We're going to have a plug here. What you want to do is, there's two tabs here. They fit right overtop of that. You reach down with two fingers and you pull up on them and slowly start to pull it out, the plug will come out of your box here. You're going to have a rubber hose, you're going to want to pull that off.What I'm going to do, is I'm going to remove this hose on the top and this hose down here on the bottom of this T connector that's going to my washer fluid box, or canister. I'm going to take a little piece of hose, because both these are going to drain, and I'm just going to run them together until we put it back on. We'll remove that, just like that. You have a large plug on your driver side. You're going to push in on this little tab to pull up. Once you have everything disconnected you're going to want to set your fascia aside somewhere safe.Next, we're going to take off our washer fluid tank. We're going to start up here in the engine compartment, and we're going to just pull the hoses off of it, because it's not held up here by anything. Right here, one plug, unplug it here. Take your trim panel tool or a screwdriver, pull these fasteners out here. Next, we'll take off this hose. You'll get a little bit of fluid to leak out of it, it's just in the line. Then you can just take any kind of bolt and stick it in, by that there, just to keep that from leaking. Next we're going to remove the three. The one nut, that's going to be an 8 millimeter, then you're going to have one here and one here, these are going to be 11 millimeter. We'll just slide it off and then we'll just set this aside for now, until we get our base plate put in.Our next step in our instructions, you would normally have some shutters and some pieces down here on the bottom that you'd have to do some trimming. In this case, we're not going to have that. Next, we're going to have a 3/4 inch bolt that we're going to have to put up through this hole once we get our base plate into place. We're going to hand a handle nut that we have to get inside of this frame rail, and they tell you in the instructions to go through an access hole, I'm sure they're talking about right here. It is very difficult to get to it with this long rod on there.What I'm going to do, is I'm just going to take the bumper off. There's four bolts on each side. Remove those with a 1/2 inch socket, then you can slide your nut right in. You have little weld spots on the side of your bumper here. If you drill those out, you'll be able to take this off and you'll have total access to the inside. Now, if you don't want to do that, that's fine. If you do do it, it'll actually save you some time for the next few steps. We have the whole front open, we have total access.Before you take your bumper completely off, you're going to have this box here. 8 millimeter socket, you're going to take off this one bolt. You're going to have another one right here. Now, you'll notice a little rod right there that's going to that box right there. You're going to have to slide it over like this and feed it down into the bottom of the bumper. You want to make sure you don't break that, because it's just plastic.Now that we have our base plate in position, we're going to take our 3/4 inch bolt and the large lock washer and take some Loctite, you want to make sure you put Loctite on all your hardware that you put in. You want to go up through this hole to our handle nut. Now I'll take an 1-1/8 socket and an 1-1/8 wrench. Now I'm going to take a dremel tool, a cutting wheel, you can use a rotary tool, and a metal cutting wheel and I'm going to cut this rod off here. Then we'll do the same thing to the other side.Next thing we're going to do, is you're going to have two brackets that are shaped like this in your kit. One's going to be for your passenger side and one for your driver's side. Where it's going to fit is right here on this part of your vehicle, and you're going to line up the holes. We're going to take a 3/8 bolt, lock washer, make sure you use Loctite, put a little bit on the bolt, set our bracket into place, and we're going to go from the outside of the hitch or outside of the vehicle inside.On the inside, you're going to take a flat washer and you're going to follow that with a locking nut. You're going to take one of your smaller handle nuts and you'll have two options. You have a big hole down here on the bottom, and right above it there's another one. You can go in from here to the back side or this plate here, or you can come in from the top. Put a little bend in it, like that. Again, Loctite, a 3/8 bolt, a lock washer followed by a flat washer, and it's going to go into this bottom hole into your handle nut. We'll go ahead and tighten and torque that down, 9/16 socket. We're going to use a 9/16 socket and a 9/16 wrench.Next, we'll torque our bolts to the specifications in the instructions. You're going to repeat that on the other side. Next, our 3/4 inch bolts that we put in at the beginning, we're going to torque those to the specifications in the instructions. Next thing we're going to do, we're going to have two holes on each side of the vehicle that we're going to need to drill out. Now, we're going to drill these out to 3/8 size. First, we're going to drill a pilot hole. Then you're going to repeat that on the other side.Next, we're going to take a handle nut, again a 3/8 bolt, lock washer, Loctite, and these we're the steps I was talking about earlier that having your bumper off makes it a lot easier to get back in here. Same thing with this front one here. Next, we'll take 9/16 socket and we'll tighten both of our bolts up. You're going to repeat that on the other side.Next thing I'm going to do, take my dremel tool and my cutting wheel, I'm going to cut my rods off. I need to cut off the rods here. Next, you're going to take this convenience link and you're going to pass it through just like that. You're going to take your safety cable and the two large holes that are in this brace right here, we're going to go right through it, come out the bottom. We're going to double that over and put the other end in. We're going to do that same thing on the other side. You want to make sure you take a 3/4 inch wrench and tighten down this large nut here, just like that.Next, we're going to put our bumper back on. Keep in mind, you have this little peg here that has to go up inside of the bumper. Make sure you feed through the hole. We'll put the bolt in here on this corner, then one on the other one just to hold it up. Next, we'll reinstall our two bolts that we took out here. Next, we're going to reinstall our washer reservoir. You're going to have 18 washers in your kit. You're going to put nine of them on this stud here, and you're going to put the other nine on this bottom stud. We will not be reinstalling the screw that goes in there. Then we'll reinstall the two nuts. Next, we'll plug in our two plugs we took out. We're not going to do this hose yet, because the other end is on the fascia.Next thing we do, is you see this raised part here We need to cut it out. When we cut it out, we don't want to cut all the way through to the fascia itself. What I'm going to do, is I'm going to take an 8 millimeter socket, and I'm going to take off the bolts that are holding this on. I want to pry this up and if you can see in here, the fascia itself is raised also. What I need to do, is I need to cut along the edge to the outside of it.I'm going to use a paint marker. You can use anything you have. I'm going to cut just to the outside of the indention on the fascia itself. I'm going to go just to the outside of this line here, just above that line. Then we're going to follow this line right here. Now, you want to be careful when you start cutting, don't cut through the fascia. I'm just going to use a dremel tool and a cutting wheel. You can use a knife if you want. I'll just take a knife, go through and just kind of clean off some of the burrs that are on there.You can see where it's touching there, this is for our safety chains, and that's going to keep our fascia from going on straight. I'm just going to take some wire cutters, I'm going to cut that. Then we'll test fit it to see where we're at and see any other adjustments we need to make. It's always better to start small and make it bigger than make it too big and it look odd. Then if you see where our removable arms are going to go, I just need to mark those for what I need to cut out. I'm going to try and stay as close to that as I can. Again, I'm just going to use these. You can use your rotary tool if you have one. Just like that. We're going to do the same thing with the other side.Once you're done making your cuts, you've test fitted it, you don't have to make any additional cuts, we're going to reinstall our bolts to hold it in place. Now that we have our base plate fully installed, all of our cuts are made into our fascia, it's a good idea to run any additional wiring before you reinstall your fascia completely. Now we'll reattach our fascia. Keep in mind, you need to connect your wiring on your driver side here and then your two hoses on your reservoir for your windshield wiper fluid.Once we have got our fascia on in the center, we're going to start from the center and move our way to the outside. You remember the three bolts that went in here. Now, your bumper fascia will fit tight. It will be snug with the base plate kit installed. Next, we'll get our wheel wells put back in place. We're going to start with this trim piece first. You'll see there's a lip right here, that's got to go inside of this. We'll just lift up on it, pull it down inside like that, push it back into place.Then I get one of my push pins in place to hold it, and we unscrewed them at first. This time all we have to do is put it in place and push the pin in. One thing to keep in mind is that on the back side of this wheel well, this wheel well insert has to go in between this piece and the metal that's sitting behind it, the body. That'll do it for a look at and installation on the Blue Ox Base Plate Kit with Removable Arms, part number BX2668 on our 2017 Ford Explorer.


Customer Reviews

Blue Ox Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms - BX2668

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (894 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.

- BX2668
by:

Product was not in stock had to wait about 3 weeks ??But they sent me 2 e mails when it came it was on the date they it would arrive I installed the base plate the next day the time it took was about 7hrs total fit very nice the only problem I had I did not understand the directions on cutting the tabs on the back of the grill they hit the base plate when I try to reinstall the grill but I figured in out then it all came together looks great 3 screws in bottom of lower valance that screw to bottom of radiator I had to drill new holes body part hit base plate very close fit but great product 373334



- BX2668
by:
2017 Ford Explorer

All hardware was installed in a manner that has been trouble free. My Ford Explorer has been towed at least 7500 miles in the last year without any issues. After 12 years of swapping tow cars, and dealing with a variety of installation issues, etrailer got it right the first time on my 2017 Ford. 565788



- BX1731
by:

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
by:

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



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


The tow package has worked great I appreciate all the help I got in making sure I was getting the right package. I was able to install it myself without any problem. Thanks again 517615



- BX1689
by:

Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Good product kind of hard to put on by yourself 523032



- BX1689
by:

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



- BX1689
by:

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



- BX2412
by:

Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Arrived earlier than expected and was exactly what I had ordered, fit like a glove. Service could not have been better. The salesperson really knew their product. I really saved quite a bit of money ordering through them. They emailed and called several times to make sure everything was as I had ordered. A great company to deal with. 615380



- BX1976
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


I've bought at least one other product from etrailer in addition to the base plate for my 2008 Jeep Liberty. The plate and appurtenances fit like a glove and work great. etrailer had the best price and, as before, kept me informed about when the product would be delivered and delivered on time. Great company. 486224



- 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

- BX2258
by:

Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Great product. Well designed and easy to install. Only difficulties during the installation are those plastic fasteners on vehicle-- suggest buying about six to have on hand for re-installation, as no matter how careful you are ...plastic is plastic, if you know what I mean. Very informative installation video that will assist anyone thinking of buying or installing this unit. If you're handy with tools, go for it! Note: I took the text from the video and created a simple instruction "list" for buddy and I to follow along, to be ensure we didn't miss any steps as pictures on actual instructions were not too useful. Also, the baseplate comes with a nice step bracket for easy break-away switch mounting, which was a plus. 225837


Comments

ETrailer customer service rocks!Thank you for the follow-up.To date, base plate was installed using your VERY helpful tutorials andvideo clips, which saved me cost of installation.No towing as of yet... baseplate was installed as pre-plan to pendingretirement.Thanks

Tall P - 09/21/2016

21117

- BX1126
by:

Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


My third Blue Ox Base Plate. Fit and function are perfect. Fits my existing (first) tow bar and the tab height is nearly exactly the same as my 12 year older Jeep so didn't even need to make any draw bar changes. 111481


Comments

Still attached and working perfectly. Continues to survive some rather intense back country trails with no complaints.

Alan B - 12/30/2014

8281

- BX1126
by:

Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


received the plate installed it in less than three hours, have yet to hook it up though. Great , fast shipping! The only issue were the cheap plastic push pins on the shield of the Jeep. 81899


Comments

8000 miles and still tight! When we get there rest assured the frame will make it!

Steve S - 05/24/2014

4408

- BX2195
by:

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



- BX1689
by:

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



- BX1126
by:

Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Great base plate - -super service from etrailer. Couple of hints, at least for install on a 2012 Wrangler Unlimited: 1) the phillips push pins that hold the belly pan on come out best with a light touch on the driver. I buggered up 2 figuring that out. 2) the plate seems to be too narrow to fit, but with a rubber mallet and some persuasion, it will. 3) Use a corded drill for the holes into the frame. My 19.2 volt didn't have the grunt to get it done even with swapping out batteries repeatedly. 4) Directions don' t say anything about how to level the plate after the first (lower) bolt is in, but probably best to have it level or even slightly angled down or away from the grill (gives better clearance for the electric connection below the license plate frame). Wish the electrical connection had black spring return for the cover and the screws to mount it were black. Also wish Blue Ox didn't put a white part number label and the orange warning label on the FRONT, visible section of the plate. Why not the back? I installed it myself. Took half a day and 2 scraped knuckles, but not to tough of a job with the right tools. My third or fourth purchase from etrailer and all have been quick, reasonably priced, marked by good communication and respectful. Works for me! Thanks etrailer! 41767



- BX1731
by:

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



- BX1731
by:

Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Installation pic 411274



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


Good fit. Instructions mis leading somewhat. 2018 Jeep JL does not have 7 metal screws holding bumper shields but plastic screws that need special tool to unscrew. I pulled them out and replaced with metal screws in reinstallation. After tow bar installation the lower plastic shield will require cutting to reinstall. I left this off and did not reinstall. Looks fine and save if towbar is removed later. Did by me self and took about 2.5 hours. 602635



- 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



- 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



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


2017 Chevrolet Colorado Removal of all parts and pieces was pretty easy. TRICKIEST part was reinstalling front of truck by my self, but i got installed with a little bit of patience. The installation video on youtube was a GREAT HELP!!! 486260



- BX1689
by:

Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


This is the fourth base plate my brother and I have installed, and probably most complex as it involved making cuts to the vehicle . As always, we received the products ordered from etrailer very promptly. The install was successful, just as we age a little more difficult. 470774



- BX1119
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Easy installation. Great product 279815



- BX1126
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


I have now installed the following on my 2017 Wrangler: Brake light relay kit . Hopkins Towed vehicle Tail Light wiring kit. Blue Ox base plate. Blue Ox Patriot Portable RF Braking System. All of this has taken about 3 days of work spread out over a week or so. Overall it went well. Not too many surprises. Crawling around under a car at 71 is a bit of a strain but I'll get over it. I must say that Donna P. has been a wonderful source of great information and has stayed right on top of the process. eTrailer has been a great source for this project. I would recommend you all with no hesitation. 396395


Comments

I am still in love with the products. My only issue is having enough time to use them more.

John M - 06/15/2018

39803

- BX2246
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


I like the design and relatively easy install - I did it myself on a Honda CRV after I watched the great etrailer videos online. These walked me thru the install steps. Very helpful. 574165



- 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

20510

- BX3613
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


Great base plate, real solid construction, thick powder coat, and all aligned well. Biggest pain to expect at install is all the plastic pop-rivets on the Subaru front bumper. The alignment and hardware was all perfect otherwise. And best of all, you can barely see the connections inside the bumper with the attachment pins removed. Great product. 225392


Comments

Thanks for reaching out. We ended up selling the car, but the base plate worked perfect for us. I really like how the car towed, just did like how it drove !We are considering our next options, so we will definitely be back with etrailer to get our next plates and tow wiring.Thanks.

Keith C - 09/14/2016

21003

- BX1138
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Review from a similar Blue Ox Standard in Base Plates


After checking around for prices, I found etrailer to have what I needed and along with their expert advice and install videos, was very easy to get installed. Shipping was free and very fast. This was for a 2018 Jeep Cherokee 4x4 for flat towing behind my RV. Looking at their site now for some accessories for my RV. 469890



- BX3788
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I really like the way the baseplate hides in the grill. The car tows great I have to say that it took three shipments from blue Ox to get the right part but then it went on very easily on my 2017 Corolla Directions are mostly correct There is one other bolted on part that needs to be removed prior to fitment but not mentioned in the directions . At all times everyone was very nice to me. I was a little frustrated and checked with roadmaster because their site said their baseplate would not fit my car because of the adaptive cruise etc. I called them with my new found knowledge about location of the electronics and they checked and confirmed their base plate fits my car so this is another option if you feel like shifting a Toyota 499810



- BX1126
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The base plate was phone ordered on Wednesday and received the following Monday. Wife and I installed it Tuesday on a 2015 Jeep Rubicon. The most difficult part was cutting the belly pan to fit over it. (It always is it seems. Everything else was routine. Thanks for your help in getting the correct part number straight for us. Joe and Joyce 172278



- BX1136
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I ordered all the parts required to safely flat tow out 2017 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk from ETrailer.com. The only part they didn't have was the Mopar Flat Tow Enhancement kit Jeep requires to flat tow this model. Ordering from them was great, the website is easy to use and I was able to locate all the pieces compatible with my specific vehicle. The expert recommendations help my decision choosing the right parts. I ordered from ETrailer even though I found some of the parts on other websites a little cheaper. I chose to pay a little more because of all the effort ETrailer has put into installation videos and guides. I was very pleasantly surprised to learn from ETrailer that they have a price match guarantee! So my equipment consisted of the following Mopar Flat Tow Enhancement Kit (from Jeep) Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Towed Vehicles Mighty Cord 7-Way RV Style Trailer Connector - Trailer End WesBarg 7-Way, RV-Style Connector w/ 6' Long Coiled Cable Trailer End Pollak Black Plastic, 7-Pole, RV Blade-Style Trailer Socket - Vehicle End Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles SMI Stay-IN-Play DUO Supplemental Braking System Roadmaster Brake-Lite Relay Kit for Towed Vehicles Blue Ox Alpha Tow Bar - Motor Home Mount - 6,500 lbs Blue Ox Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms Blue Ox Tow Bar Cover - Aladdin, Aventa LX, Aventa II The installation videos are great but not all inclusive. Take the time to read the instructions that come with the parts. This is a major project, I took about 30 hrs over a full week but as you'll see in the pictures I took s few extra steps to make a cleaner look. Some of those extra steps: The base plate install requires the bumper be modified cutting off a flange on each side, I spray painted this to prevent corrosion. In the install video of the baseplate on the drivers side they use an extra quick link (not included) to run the safety cable around the wiper fluid reservoir. I took the time to remove it and run the safety cable behind it. I didn't want our nice new vehicle to look like it can be towed so I played the brake away switch and 7 way trailer plug behind the license plate, so when not being towed our vehicle looks great! Some things to be aware of. The Brake air cylinder that mounts to the brake pedal with four bolts may need longer bolts, it did on our Jeep. Spend the money for weather tight heat shrink crimp fittings. The Hopkins wire harness was about 1.5 feet short to get to my plug location. Buy extra zip ties, electrical tape and split loom. I recommend reading all the various installation manuals and watching all the videos because the various components integrate together and if you install one at a time you'll be doing a bunch of extra work. The brake light relay is a real pain in the butt, not because of the hardware but because of the location of the brake light switch which is very hard to get to. Overall I am very happy with the products and how the installation looks. We haven't towed it yet but do not expect any problems. 410274


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Still very happy with our purchase. We’ve towed over 10k miles and have had zero issues with our tow setup. I’ve shared my experience with several other RVrs and recommended your company for their needs. Thank you,

Roy - 07/30/2018

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- BX1725
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I recently bought a Spark to use as a toad for my toyhauler. The next step was to select a baseplate, towbar, light system, etc. I wanted a baseplate that would be as inocuous as possible when not in use and be simple to connect and detatch. The Blue Ox 1725 seemed to fit the bill. I combined it with the Curt towbar and a Blue Ox adapter, which resulted in a nice clean and simple system. The staff at Etrailer went out of their way to answer my questions and to insure that my order was delivered quickly. Great service as always. The install went smoothly thanks to the great instalkation video. I am very happy with the way that it turned out. 560621



- BX1126
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Overall, the Blue Ox system has worked out great. I had read a lot of reviews, mostly positive, but some who had some difficulty with the installation, but in my case I had no real difficulty at all. The base plate lined up good, I did use a pry bar to spring it a bit, but nothing major. Ok, so this review if for the entire Blue Ox base plate, Blue Ox Alpha, Patriot II and Hopkings light kit package. I deviated a bit from the base plate installation procedure. I never used the vice grips, I simply installed the 5/8" bolts, leveled the plate and torqued them up after applying red Locktite. I was able to wedge/slip the spacer bars into position and then I drilled the frame using the base plate/spacer bar combination to keep the drill perfectly aligned. I did not have a 17/32 drill so I simply used a 1/2" drill to start each hole. I then swapped down to a 1/4" drill to punch through the frame and progressively drilled the hole larger until I got to the 1/2" bit. I have a Drill Doctor to keep my bits very sharp so they do not drift or wander. Great tool for your shop if you do not have one. I also drilled the hole toward the rear first. Once that was complete, I installed the rear most 1/2" bolt, Locktite and torqued that bolt. I then started a 1/2" hole using the base plate, swapped to the smaller bit and again progressively drill to 1/2" using the spacer as a guide and installed the front 1/2" bolt with Locktite and then torqued. I can see where if you installed the front bolt first, it would be difficult to reach the rear to get the nut started. I rechecked the torque on all the bolts once installed. Word of caution, the nuts have some "teeth" to bite into the frame when installed. These kind of nuts do not want to be tightened and loosened repeatedly. You want to install them once and go right to tightness. Less risk of breaking the wire that is welded to the nuts because the teeth are initially sharp and will bite into the frame. If you tighten and loosen these nuts the teeth get duller and will not grab very well. The purpose of the wire is only to align the nut with the bolt. I did slightly "kink" the wires on the bolts so the nuts started easily on the threads of the bolt. To refit the air dam underneath, I simply measured the distance between the left and right side of the base plate and transferred that dimension to the plastic dam. Rather than cut with a knife, I drilled a 1/2" hole in the plastic dam at the bottom end, used masking tape to mark my cut lines and then finished with a fine tooth jigsaw cutting 1/2" slots. Since the base plate is 1/4" thick the 1/2" slots give me a bit of play and look nice and even. I did not take photos yet, but if I can get back here I'll post a few of the finished product. Among the things I really like about this is how up tight and close the base plate connections are to my bumper. You really do not notice the base plate when you look at the front of the Jeep which to me gives it a nice clean look. I got a Patriot II remote braking system. It took me longer to route the "break away wire" and switch than to set up the remote control. The Hopkins brake light package was easy to install and directions were clear. Spent most of my time deciding how to route the wires from rear to front. 563983



- BX2238
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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



- BX1126
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I ordered the Blue Ox Alpha tow bar, base plate and curt trailer hitch for my 08 Wrangler on Tuesday and it arrived on Friday. The installation for the base plate and trailer hitch went without a problem. The instructions were well written. Total installation time for both was less than 4 hours. Etrailer readily made good on their low price pledge and reimbursed me the price difference plus 10% when I found the base plate at a lower price than etrailer advertised. On my tow bar the dust boots were not properly attached and Judy at etrailer immediately ordered new zip ties and boots from Blue Ox. I will do business with these folks again. 344869



- BX1139
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Wanted to share a positive experience with one of your service reps. Diana was extremely helpful and knowledgeable about the product and application. I purchased the baseplate from ETrailer because of her support. I found it cheaper eleswhere online but Diana and, your organization were outstanding! 572584



- BX2805
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Delivered quickly. Very easy to install, replaces factory sub-bumper, and honestly about 3 times more rugged. spacers shown in picture are already there behind factory bumper. A lift or ramps are helpful, as car is very low to the ground. took about 1 1/2 hours total. Hint: after removing nose, remove grill separately if possible, then after installation, you can replace nose totally, then get better idea where to trim grill and snap it into place 147716



- BX1120
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I had a simple ball hitch setup for my 1999 Jeep Wrangler for towing behind our RV. Our first trip out with it, the bolts that attached the bar connectors to the front of the Jeep came loose. I was fortunate that they didn't come out completely and cause a major accident. I was able to tighten them again, and we had no additional issues on our trip. Of course, this made me extremely nervous with my 'budget' route to tow the Jeep so I began looking for a better, more reliable solution. Blue Ox was the name that kept coming up so I purchased the BX1120. The build quality is outstanding, it's extremely solid and very durable. Installation time was about an hour and a half once I had the right tools, couldn't find my 1/2 inch socket set! I'm using the Blue Ox Alpha tow bar with this setup. I will say that having a second set of hands to install is valuable, my son had to come help me get the drivers side bolts in while I held the steering housing in place. All in all, I'm very pleased with the product. It went in easy and should save my nerves on our next road trip! 1999 Jeep Wrangler Sport After market front bumper (Plenty of clearance with this specific mount) 568411



- BX2258
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This heavy kit was packaged very well and arrived in great condition. I appreciated how this was mostly a bolt-on affair; the only "major" issue that I had to take care of was some factory holes in the bumper support tubes that didn't line up with the base plate, but that was easily and quickly taken care of with a 1/2" drill bit. Do yourselves a favor and watch etrailer's installation video multiple times if you plan on doing the installation yourself. The installation manual that came with the base plate isn't as clear as I would've liked. Note the torque specs for the particular fasteners and compare the packing list with what you received. Otherwise, go off of etrailer's video. If you're not towing the car the base plate all but disappears once you remove the tabs. I ended up spray painting the two bolts that fasten the 6-pole connector to the base plate black so it blends in even more. After about 2,100 miles of flat towing the CR-V over the course of 2 weeks in the Western US with a whole bunch of climbs and curves I can comfortably say that this base plate is solid. 402888



- BX2663
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No issues, easy install for a good DIYer 723008



- BX2639
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I've used tow bars for use with a motorhome, but this application was for a bump grill to open bump gates. We have a '13 C-Max Ford which is what this tow bar was installed on. With the directions and photos of an actual installation, it was way to simple. It showed exactly how to take the front of the car off, the modifications required to bolt this unit to the car and cautionary notes to keep me on course! It turned out looking great and is very solid. I fabricated a grill guard to bump the gate open and it slides into the receiver hitches that are provided normally for the tow bar attach points. It worked out great and I thank etrailer for their help! Great experience at the best price. 722842



- BX1126
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The base plate was an excellent fit on my 2015 Wrangler. The frame on my Jeep is fully boxed so I couldn't install the nuts similar to how the diagram depicted on the installation guide. I had to install them through the holes on the bumper mount plate attached to the frame. It didn't affect the outcome just had to deviate from the guide briefly. Also the install guide called for a 17/32" drill bit for the upper bolts, but a 1/2" bit was sufficient enough for the bolts to fit. 722004



- BX1721
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Excellent parts. Good instructions. Great video instructions too. Some "work" to remove front clip, but amazing, as we now can tow 4 wheels down. 721655



- BX2671
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I am completely impressed and satisfied with this incredible product. Fits perfectly on my F150. I was most impressed by the quick response and service of etrailer, it shows they truly value and care about customer needs. 721643



- BX2801
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looks like a perfect fit and more than do the job, great service. 721168



- BX2800
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I have bought a few base plates over the years for my work vehicles and all have been the highest quality. This one by far was the easiest to install. It took about 5 hours from start to finish and anyone with basic mechanical skills and can follow directions can install this plate themselves. 720861



- BX1721
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Fits well, no issues, 2 cross country trips later still great. Easy to hook on to RV. I do wish they sold one specifically tp clear a hidden winch kit. The cross bar interferes with the Colorado off road winch kits currently available 720469



- BX3796
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Base plate for Toyota IM 2017 was well made. installed myself but took several days working a little each day. Took front bumper off one day. Couple days trimming “chassis “ air saw worked well, didn’t want to remove too much material. Once it slid over chassis rails bolted in using locktite . Towed my car 10,000 miles not a problem. 720391


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