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Demco Tabless Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms

Demco Tabless Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms

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This custom-fit base plate kit lets you hook up your tow bar to your vehicle. Tabless design provides a clean, unobtrusive look for your towed car even when not hooked up. Simple bolt-on installation. Call 800-298-1624 to order Demco base plates part number DM9519222 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Demco products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Demco Tabless Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms. Base Plates reviews from real customers.
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Demco Base Plates - DM9519222

  • Removable Drawbars
  • Demco
  • Twist Lock Attachment

This custom-fit base plate kit lets you hook up your tow bar to your vehicle. Tabless design provides a clean, unobtrusive look for your towed car even when not hooked up. Simple bolt-on installation.


Features:

  • Custom-fit base plates provide attachment points for your tow bar
  • Tabless design creates seamless, clean look
    • No obtrusive crossbar or protruding brackets
    • Covers keep dirt and debris out of base plate receivers when you're not towing
  • Included tabs replace the lugs on your tow bar arms
    • Just insert tow bar arms into base plate receivers to hook up
    • No need to remove, and possibly misplace, drawbar arms
  • 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's chassis
  • Electrical bracket lets you easily mount a round electrical connector plug
  • Instructions and necessary hardware included
  • Compatible with all Demco Victory Series tow bars
    • Adaptable for use with Demco Kwik-Tow and tow bars from other manufacturers (adapters sold separately)
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Distance between brackets: 21-1/2"
  • Bracket height: 16-3/4"
  • 1-Year limited warranty


Simple, Tabless Design

Setting up these tabless base plates for use with your Demco tow bar is fast and easy. Just remove the attachment lugs from the ends of your tow bar arms and replace them with these tabs. Then you can just insert the tow bar arms into the base plate receivers to hook up. There's no need to remove the tabs from your tow bar, so you won't run the risk of misplacing tabs. And because the tabs remain on your tow bar at all times instead of protruding from your vehicle, your car maintains a clean look when it's not being towed.


Easy Hookup and Disconnect

Demco Base Plate Tabless Hookup

Using the Demco Tabless base plates to attach and remove your tow bar couldn't be easier. With the base plate tabs attached to your tow bar arms, simply insert the tabs into the receivers on your vehicle and twist to lock them in place. Insert the included pull pins to add an extra layer of security, ensuring the tabs stay put. To remove each arm, simply tug the pull pin to disengage the lock, twist the tow bar arm, and pull the tab out of the bracket.


Receiver Covers

Demco Base Plate Tabless Pull Ear Cover

Keep dirt and debris out of the base plate receivers with the included covers. These high-density polyethylene covers easily snap into place over each pull point when your tow bar is not attached. Limiting internal corrosion makes it easier to slide the tabs in and out and helps to prevent seizing so that the tabs don't get stuck.


Tow Bar Adapters

If you have a Demco Kwik-Tow tow bar or a tow bar from a different manufacturer, an adapter may be available. Demco makes adapters for use with other tow bars so that you don't have to go through the added hassle and expense of replacing your tow bar when outfitting your new towed car with base plates.


Demco Tabless Base Plate Adapters

Type of Tow Bar Adapter
Roadmaster Nighthawk All-Terrain, Sterling All-Terrain, Blackhawk 2 All-Terrain, and Falcon All-Terrain No adapter needed
Roadmaster Falcon 2 and Tracker Use both DM9523128 and DM9523036
Blue Ox (excludes Embassador) DM9523127
Demco Kwik-Tow DM9523128



9519222 Demco RV Tabless Baseplates

Installation Details DM9519222 Installation instructions

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




Video Transcript for Demco Tabless Base Plate Kit Installation - 2012 Jeep Liberty

Hi there Jeep owners. Today, on our 2012 Jeep Liberty, we're gonna be taking a look at, and showing you how to install Demco's base plate. And this is what our base plate looks like, when it's installed. It passes through the grill here at the front, but stays tucked up pretty nicely. So when it's here, you really don't even notice it too much. So, I like that it doesn't detract from the looks of the vehicle, and provides us with our attachment points, so we can hook up to the back of our motor home, and flat tow it.

It's designed to hook up using the included tow bar adapters. So, you wanna make sure that you get those transferred over to your tow bar end. It does come with all the various bushings and hardware that you would need for the various sizes and manufacturers of tow bars out there. So all that hardware is gonna vary depending on which tow bar you select. Next to our attachment point on each side, we have a tab for our safety chains to attach to, and that's nice.

We have an easy way to get that supplemental connection there as well, so we've got something in the event of a catastrophic disconnect. Now, unlike some of its competitors, this one does not come with a wiring mounting option. It does come with a wiring bracket. However, the bracket doesn't really have any place to live on the vehicle. So the bracket we ended up omitting, and using a long bracket, as well as a bracket from Roadmaster here, to get this installed.

There's five main components necessary when flat towing your vehicle behind your motor home. You'll need your tow bar, which is the connection between your motor home and your vehicle. You'll need your safety cables, which is a supplemental connection, in addition to your tow bar. You'll also need a base plate, which is the connection point on your vehicle for your tow bar to attach to you. You'll need your diode wiring, which will take all the lighting signals from your motor home and transfer them to the lights on your vehicle, so people behind you will know your intentions when going down the road.

And lastly, you'll need your braking system, which will apply the brakes in your vehicle when you stop in your motor home, to help you come to a nice, safe stop. When you're ready to attach your tow bar to your base plate, simply pull up your vehicle behind it. You're gonna grab your ends here. These are the ends that we swapped over, using the appropriate hardware for this particular tow bar here. and the end here just simply goes in place. You'll see that there's a hole in the arm here, as well as a hole in the base plate. We need to have those at 90 degrees from one another, to insert it all the way. And then we're going to twist it back, till our holes line up, and secure it with the included pins. We can go ahead and hook up our safety cable as well. And then we'll repeat this over on the other side. Your safety cables on your hitch, you'll wanna make sure that you cross them. So we're hooking up the passenger side for the vehicle to the driver's side on our motor home, and vice versa for the other cable. Once you've got all your tow bar connections made, you'll then just make the rest of your flat tow connections, which is typically your diode wiring, and the breakaway cable for your braking system. Now, we've got everything hooked up. At this point, we're ready to put our vehicle into flat tow mode and hit the road. If you wanna stick around, we'll show you how to get the base plate installed. That is actually one of the easiest base plates, comparable to a lot of other vehicles. This one here, I would say you could easily get it done in an afternoon after work. The things I did first: I took the steering wheel and I turned it to the right to move the wheel out of our way here, so we can access the three clips that's located here, as well as the two rivets that are located here. We're gonna remove these three clips and these two rivets. To remove the rivets, we're gonna be using a 3/16 drill bit. We're gonna put it right in the center of the rivet, and then just drill it on out of there. And the rivet will come out just like that, and then you can just kinda push it off of your drill bit, and do the same thing with the other one. Once you've got both the rivets removed, the clips you can remove with either a flat-bladed screwdriver or a trim panel tool. I prefer the flat-bladed screwdriver, because you can see there's a small notch. The screwdriver fits very well in there, and you just kinda give it a twist and that'll pop out the center of the clip. Once the center's popped out, that's the release tab. So, the rest of the clip just pulls out after that. Once we get all three of these removed, one of the bolts is located behind it. So, go ahead and prepare a 10 millimeter socket on an extension, and you're likely gonna need a swivel as well, to get to it. With all the clips removed, we just peel this back, and we've got our 10 millimeter socket with our swivel. This is gonna slide onto that bolt there. And we'll go ahead and get that removed. So, now that we've got all of our hardware taken off, over on this side here on the driver's side, we're gonna be doing it over on the passenger's side as well. We're also gonna pull this out just a little bit here, real quick. That'll make things a little bit easier on a future step. To do that, we're just gonna pull out on the panel a little bit here. And you get to pull it out just a little bit. If you come around to the front, you can take your flat-bladed screwdriver, and you can actually see the clip right there. And, in the middle of the clip, there's a little rigid tab. Push on that tab with your screwdriver, and that's gonna let it release. We can then move to the next one and do that. And there is a third one we're also gonna want to release right up there. So, your other side should be just like this. Now, on the bottom on each side, and we're pretty close to just like the inside right in front of the tires on each side, you're gonna have a small pin here that goes into the facia. This is just a press pin. It just pushes in. So to remove it, you can use a trim panel tool or a screwdriver to get behind it and pry it out. And since these panels are so flimsy, the tool I actually recommend, is to start with your trim panel or screwdriver tool, just to give you a small gap. And then a pair of side cutters actually work really well. You don't wanna squeeze too hard with your side cutters, or else you will cut your pin. If you just kinda just gently grab it and twist, they pull it out of there really nicely. So we're gonna do that on the other side as well. Now, at this point, our facia is ready to be removed, but we have a couple of electrical connectors that are located in here. I did pull out on the facia just a little bit to help give me a little more room. And we can then disconnect our electrical connectors by first pulling back on the lock tab, and pressing on the release lever and disconnecting it. And there you can see the lock tab and the release lever behind it. There's another one up here as well. With this one I recommend twisting the bulb, because the lock tab is really hard to get to since it's so far up in there. We can then push back the release tab, and then disconnect our bulb. Once we get the facia off, we'll just thread that right back in. You can see the tabs, which just twist into the facia. We'll get the ones on the other side removed as well, and then we can get our facia off. So, now we can start removing our facia. I'm just gonna gently bring it out a little bit, just like that. Support it in the center. Once we get that side released, kinda just work your way across. The other side will likely pop out on you, just like that. And then we can set it aside where it won't get damaged. On our bumper beam, now that we've got it all exposed with our face out of the way, you're gonna have these tin cups in the front that cover everything up. We're gonna remove the single bolt with a 10 millimeter socket, and slide the cup off and set it aside. There's one over on the other side as well. We'll be removing that one as well. We're now gonna take the brackets that come in our kit. And I went ahead and just started a bolt into each one of the nuts on the bracket. And we're just putting them in the back side like this, and then we gonna run them in with a 16 millimeter socket. That's gonna do two things for us. One, it's gonna clean up the threads which is gonna make it easier in the later step when we go to install it. But two, we can now use the two bolts that are coming out through there, to help us line up our mark where we need to drill. If we take our clamp, we can see that these two holes here on the bottom are gonna line up with where we had put our bolts in. But, we don't have a hole here in the very last slot. So, we're just gonna mark that there with our paint stick, and we can see there's our mark. Now that we've got our marks, we're just gonna take a half inch drill bit and drill out that hole. On this side you just wanna be careful of your hoses when drilling. Once, you drilled out your hole, just check and make sure that all your hardware lines up. And if it all pushes up in there, then you're good to go. I did take each bolt here, and you can see I ran it in to clean up the threads on each one. It's gonna make it easier. And you can see that this is a little bit bent. So if you do have a hard time, this is gonna bend just a little bit and flex. So, as long as you can just get each one started like that, you're good to go. Make sure the other side's like that. And then we'll be ready to grab our base plate. It's easier to prepare your hardware first. So, we're gonna take each of our bolts, place lock washers on them, and then use the Blue Loctite that comes in the kit, and put some on each bolt. We can then come over to the vehicle, 'cause we also need to take our nut plates and just slide those in the opening in the front. And we're just gonna line up the nuts on our nut plate with the holes that we're pre-existing, and the one that we had drilled out. We're gonna line up the one on the other side as well. And then we will grab ourselves an extra set of hands to help us line our hitch up, 'cause it's really hard to do it by yourself, since it's just kind of set in there. There's nothing holding them in position, and they are gonna like to slide around on you when you're trying to get hardware started. So, we're just gonna raise our base plate into position, pull our hoses out of the way, and it's just going to slide into place. And we're gonna grab our hardware then. And we're just gonna go up through the bottom of our base plate, and thread it right into our nut plate. Once we get one started on each side, the hitch will hold itself up, making it easier to install the rest of your hardware. With all of our bolts started, we can go back and tighten them down with a 16 millimeter socket. And then we can go back and torque them to the specifications found in our instructions. If you need a torque wrench, we've got some here at each trailer from Performance Tool. You can pick the appropriate size for the amount of torque that you need. Now that we've got our base plate installed, with everything tightened down and torqued, the base plate installation is complete. At this point, you'd re-install your facia in reverse order of how you removed it. There is a little bit of trimming you'll have to do to the facia in order for it to pass through. At this point, though, I highly recommend that you take a break from putting that facia back on, and finish up the rest of your flat tow components. So while we've got this removed, it's gonna make things a lot easier to route our wiring up here to the front. So, diode wiring and braking systems right now, are gonna be significantly easier with routing of all the components that's necessary. So once we get that complete, we're gonna come back and then we're gonna show you how to get that facia back on. Now that we've got the rest of our flat tow components all installed and routed, we can go ahead and start reinstalling our facia. We're gonna then put the covers back on, that we had removed previously. These will just flip back into place, fold over, and then you can re-install the hardware. We're now back over at our facia, where we're gonna need to make some trims to get it installed. The portions here of the grill section, where it's actually solid, will need to be removed. And you can actually see there's like small tabs here, where we can almost just punch this out. So, we'll take out this section here on each side. You may need to do some slight filing in this location right here, towards the inside, after you got to cut out, if it is fitting really tight, because the base plate, due to manufacturer variances, can be very close to this inside edge. We're just gonna use a pair of snips, 'cause it is just these three little tabs that hold it in there. And since we're taking the whole piece out, it's okay if you wanna just cut off a little corner of it first. That'll help give you an access in there to cut it. And once we get all these three tabs cut, this piece will come out, and then we can cut out the other side the same way. You can see, since it is just the tabs, it actually really come off of there. And once you get it started, they come off really easy. You just got to get that initial thing busted out. And we'll probably take a file here, you can clean up just these little bits. And again, you may need to take a little more out of this inside. It's just a test fit, just due to all the manufacturer variances. So, you can see we've got the sections all cut out, and we went ahead and took the file and cleaned up all those edges. So, that's what yours will look like as well. Now, if you have any other components that pass through the front, like for your braking system or wiring, you'll wanna cut out sections for those as well. There are no brackets on your base plate for this, so you're gonna have to make your own. So, the location's gonna be really determined on you. We're using a long bracket here at etrailer to extend ours out, and we're gonna be putting it just off to the driver's side a little bit from the center post here. But again, you can put it really wherever you'd like. There's not a special spot for it to go on this particular base plate. Then you'll just work your patient back into place. We're gonna have to check if it fit. So we're gonna be testing ours multiple times before we finally get it on there, because we do have a lot of wiring. So, what we found, is when we went to put the facial back on, we did have to do the additional trimming, but even a lot more than what we talked about. The instructions only want you to really cut out this little section, but your base plate here sticks out quite a bit further over to the side. So, we had to remove a lot more. And then when putting the facia back on, we also noticed we can't get the facia to go all the way back on, because the base plate itself actually sticks out too far. We're hitting on this whole grill area. So, we're gonna have to remove the entire grill area in order for the facia to fit on. So, just like we did before, we're just gonna be cutting these out, and then just filing down the sections. And now that we've got that cut out, we don't have that stress on there anymore, and we can get our facia back together. When putting your face back on, you are gonna have a couple of rivets you're gonna need to re-install. You do get new ones in your kit to replace those, because they can't be reused. You will need a plastic rivet gun to install these. You'll take the small end of the rivet, slide it into the gun. The other end will go in the hole where your previous rivet used to be. Keep a little bit of pressure on it and then just squeeze. You may need to do this a couple of times, and it will pull it tight and snap the end off, leaving your rivet in place. You'll repeat this for the other hole on this side, and then both the holes on the other side. And that completes our installation of Demco's base plate on our 2012 Jeep Liberty..


Customer Reviews

Demco Tabless Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms - DM9519222

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (121 Customer Reviews)

This custom-fit base plate kit lets you hook up your tow bar to your vehicle. Tabless design provides a clean, unobtrusive look for your towed car even when not hooked up. Simple bolt-on installation.

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Shipping sat



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The people at etrailer were fantastic



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Works Fine, Fails Safe, Vents to the Bi lge



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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


Relatively easy to install, works great, less obtrusive than other brands. Instructions are clear, quality is good. Shown with knuckles removed. As you can see, I had to improvise to mount the coiled cord socket and breakaway switch.



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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


Unfortunately these base plates did not fit up to the front grill near as well as past ones I have purchased from you. A lot more cutting on my vehicle was required that should not have been needed. Also having to convert my towbar to less desirable Demco attachment was disappointing. I purchased Blue Ox for a reason and would have been much happier if Ox style pins were supplied to fit Demco sockets.


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As long as the Blue Ox tow bar is a hitch mounted tow bar which means that it connects to the RV via sliding into the hitch receiver then it is compatible with the base plate and does not need an adapter.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 02/16/2022


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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


I recently completed a DIY installation of the Demco Tabless Base Plate on my 2021 Jeep Wrangler. Installation is fairly straightforward following the etrailer.com videos. A couple gotchas on the videos. First, one of the videos suggests removing a sheet metal plate to provide easier access. While it does make for easier access during removal of the bumper, you should reinstall it BEFORE installing the base plate. If you install the baseplate first, there is insufficient clearance for the bolts that hold the sheet metal plate. Second, the videos show reinstalling the plastic air dam after reinstalling the bumper. At least on my 2021 Wrangler there is NO way you could do that without seriously bending, and possibly breaking the plastic dam. Reattach the dam to the bumper BEFORE reattaching the bumper. Clearances for rebolting the bumper are sufficient. I did it without a lift (thank goodness for the Wrangler’s high ground clearance). Bottom line is it’s a bit of a project but looks great.



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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


I was very pleased with the service I received from Karl. The equipment was very well made. It seems the Demco baseplate and wiring kit are superior to the Blue Ox I’ve used in the past. Thanks for your service and products.



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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


As with all Demco products that I've purchased, this baseplate kit is extremely well engineered, expertly manufactured and work exactly as advertised. The installation instructions are easy to follow and understand. This is one worry free produce that will make our travels much more enjoyable.



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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


The reinstall kit for the SMI stay and play duo braking system was exactly what I needed we removed it out of a 2012 Cadillac SRX and a RV shop will be installing it in a 2020 Jeep Wrangler I will send pics of the final installation later on this month ! Great product was delivered with all parts needed in three days and as usual great customer service !



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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


Received race plates and wiring harness, both seemed exceptional quality. I have not installed yet and install next week, as per video looks like about to our job. Very satisfied thank you



- DM9519328
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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


It is well built, fit as expected. Easy to install. Warning to future buyers to install on crv, the hole you drill in bumper is difficult because it is high strenght steel regular drill bit do not work well. I managed to drill it with a step bit. The baseplate needs a small decal to say "this side upward"



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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


Base Plate fit perfectly making an easy installation



- DM9519332
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Superb, timely, same-day support from Demco when I ran into installation difficulties. The attach method is also very solid and has internal safety cables as stock, unlike some other baseplate manufacturers. (These are different from the safety cables you hook to your vehicle. These will hold the baseplate to the frame if the baseplate breaks away from the car for any reason so you don't lose the car.)



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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


I really like the way this base plate installed. Everything fit perfect and I like the look once it was completed. It's a snap to hook up with room for error. Our Jeep pulls like it's not even there.



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Good product however instructions are not very clear as far as cutting the front grill. I had to cut a lot more then instructed. Also, missing are the two plugs to install when not in use.



- DM9519329
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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


This is a great product. I installed this myself and was a little easier than expected. the videos helped a lot. Thank you Scott



- DM9519292
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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


etrailer is special. They have all the information you need to have about the products you are looking for. I am a first time RV owner and was looking for a way to flat tow my Jeep Wrangler. etrailer made it so easy for me to understand what I should be doing and the best and safest way to accomplish it. But that was not all. I was having issues trying to find shipping options as I had a time crunch. I phoned them, customer service was awesome. They helped me place the order and get it to my home within my time requirements. I honestly recommend them and can only wish that other companies could treat customers the way they do here. Awesome! The videos on the product pages are the best!



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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


It’s been a year and about 5,000 miles of our JLU playing follow the leader with our Tiffin motorhome. No issues, great finish, looking forward to another season of roughing it smoothly, Jeep in tow! Great instructions made for a great self-install.



- DM9519326
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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


Works great, flat tow is the only way to go.



- DM9519210
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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


The baseplate and wire kit that I purchased from etrailer was everything that I expected. It was an easy install, thanks to the easy to understand and read instructions and video.



- DM9519336
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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


We have been using this product for a year on our 2021 Jeep Wrangle and it has performed well.



- DM9519336
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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


The baseplate installed easily. It looks great on the Jeep Wrangler. You have to know it has been installed in order to see it. see the photo



- DM9519336
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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


The base plate works great. Took me longer to install, due to doing it outside lawing on the ground. The safety cables seem to lay on cables, brake lines and lines to trans cooler when wrapped around front end. It is easier to hook and unhook my jeep than the original attachment arms. Thanks



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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


Delivery time was outstanding. Watched the installation video several times before beginning. Did a "dry" fit of the base into the bumper and found it would not fit. It required 1/4 inch of excess metal to be ground off of each end. This did not affect the part but certainly increased labor time. Rather than clamp the base to the vehicle for drilling, I suggest bolting it in for a more accurate placement.


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Traveled with the TOAD 10k+ miles and had no issues. Everything working very well.
Mark D - 03/21/2020



- DM9519336
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Review from a similar Tabless in Base Plates


Democrats base plate was the only one available 1 yr ago to fit the 2020 Gladiator. It works great.


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  • Flat Towing Base Plate Installation for 2011 Jeep Liberty
    At present, we don't have an install video for the Demco # DM9519222 base plate kit. I've linked the installation instructions for you. Have you considered Roadmaster base plates, like # 521433-1? This is a less expensive option that we do have an installation video for that's linked below. If you were interested in the Demco base plates because you have a Demco tow bar, we offer an adapter, part # RM-032 that allows a Roadmaster base plate and a Demco tow bar to work together perfectly. To...
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  • Can a 2010 Jeep Liberty Renegade Be Flat-Towed
    The 2010 Jeep Liberty could have came in either a four wheel drive or two wheel drive configuration. The four wheel drive models can be flat towed with all four wheels down whereas the two wheel drive models cannot. If you have a Renegade then you have four wheel drive so it can be flat-towed. If you take a look at page 406 of your owner's manual, this is explained for you. In order to flat tow the vehicle you are going to need a tow bar, base plate kit, safety cables, tail light wiring...
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  • Recommended Base Plate Kit for 2011 Jeep Liberty 4x4 and Roadmaster Falcon II Tow Bar
    For your 2011 Jeep Liberty, you need base plates to connect to your Falcon II tow bar. For compatible base plates I recommend the Demco Tabless Base Plat Kit # DM9519222. This base plate will work well with your tow bar and will give you the easiest connections to your vehicle. The Blue Ox # BX1976 will fit your Jeep but you would then need adapters like # BX88151 or # RM-031 and not have the better connection. If you need other components to complete your flat towing package, let me know.
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