Roadmaster Direct-Connect Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms

Roadmaster Direct-Connect Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms

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Designed for use with motor-home-mounted tow bars, the direct-connect brackets are virtually invisible, easy to mount and remove, and they eliminate the need for a quick-disconnect crossbar on your tow bar. Installs on your vehicle's frame. Call 800-298-8924 to order Roadmaster base plates part number RM-521567-5 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Roadmaster products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Roadmaster Direct-Connect Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms. Base Plates reviews from real customers.
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Roadmaster Base Plates - RM-521567-5

  • Roadmaster
  • Removable Draw Bars
  • Twist Lock Attachment

Designed for use with motor-home-mounted tow bars, the direct-connect brackets are virtually invisible, easy to mount and remove, and they eliminate the need for a quick-disconnect crossbar on your tow bar. Installs on your vehicle's frame.


Features:

  • Direct-connect brackets provide attachment points for your motor-home-mounted tow bar
  • Streamlined design creates supremely clean look
    • No obtrusive quick-disconnect crossbar
    • Hidden brackets sit even farther back than standard brackets
  • Drawbars attach and remove quickly and easily
    • Arms click to lock in place in brackets
    • Built-in pull rings let you unlock arms so you can twist and remove them
  • Computer-cut, all-steel construction provides exceptional strength
  • Black powder coat finish is durable and corrosion resistant
  • Simple installation - no welding required
    • Custom base plates ensure a perfect fit for your vehicle
  • Compatible with Roadmaster motor-home-mounted tow bars only
  • Instructions and mounting hardware included
  • Made in the USA


Note: Roadmaster direct-connect base plates will only work with Roadmaster tow bars that slide into a trailer hitch, such as the Sterling, Blackhawk, Blackhawk 2, Falcon, or Falcon 2. These base plates will not work with tow bars that require a hitch ball.


The drawbars, or front arms, on this base plate kit are supremely easy to mount and remove. Just insert them into the brackets and twist to lock them in place. To remove each arm, simply tug the built-in pull pin to disengage the lock, twist the arm back and pull it out of the bracket. Once the drawbars have been removed, the remaining brackets are virtually invisible. On most automobiles, the brackets are mounted within the grille, where they remain not only unseen, but protected from scrapes and scuffs as well.



521567-5 Road Master EZ-5 Base Plate Kit



RM-521567-5 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details RM-521567-5 Installation instructions

This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

2012 - 2014 Honda CR-V




Video of Roadmaster Direct-Connect 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 Roadmaster EZ5 Base Plate Kit Installation - 2014 Honda CR-V

Today on this 2014 Honda CRV, we're going to show you the Roadmaster EZ5 Base Plate Kit, part number RM-521567-5. This is what the base plate looks like when it's installed on the Honda CRV. What's nice is that it fits in the existing holes right here, so there's no modifications needed to the outside of the vehicle. We have our receiver openings right here with the removable arms that go in there that your tow bar eventually connects up to. You'll also have some tabs right here for your safety chains or cables. If we move over to the center, we have two supports here for your electrical connections. This will work with a four pole, six pole or even seven pole connector.

Let's go ahead and put one of the arms inside there. Now to put these into place is pretty simple. Just go ahead and line it up. You want to have this tab sitting horizontal and push it in. You'll notice this pin will stick out as we push, then we'll rotate it and it will snap into place.

Even if I pull this pin out, it still cannot pull out unless you take it and rotate it and remove it that way. Now what you can see is this is a one piece unit that's bolts onto the inside of the vehicle. This also includes all the hardware needed to install. Next we'll go ahead and show you how the base plate installs on our CRV. As a quick overview for our install, this entire bumper cover, this grill has to be temporarily removed, then we can install our base plate behind it and then we'll go ahead and put this back into place. I'll pull up these four plastic rivets or fasteners.

To remove the plastic fasteners, pop up the center with a flat blade screwdriver, then you can pull up the rest. Sometimes it helps to pull up the rest by pulling up on this as well. All right, now when you get underneath the vehicle and just in front of the wheels, there will be two fasteners we'll have to remove. One more plastic fastener here and this bolt using a 10 millimeter socket. When these get full of dirt, you'll probably have to use a bigger screwdriver to help pry them out or a trim panel tool works as well. That's our driver's side.

Let's repeat the same process over on the passenger side. Next up, we'll stay on the bottom of the vehicle and we'll remove one, two, three, four plastic fasteners. Now we need to move over to our fender well here, we're on the driver's side. We need to remove this one screw here, a plastic fastener here and up towards the top another plastic fastener. The plastic fasteners look a little bit different, but same principal applies, catch the edge of the center with a flat blade screwdriver and pop it loose. This one's easier to see, there's a little slot where you put your screwdriver in to twist it. Phillips head screwdriver here. Next we need to go ahead and go behind the fender well liner here. We need to pull it back. There will be another plastic fastener, probably about four or five inches in right here we have to remove. We're done with our driver's side, do the same thing over on the passenger side. All right, now this fender trim right here has to come loose, so we'll pull down on the bottom of the fascia here, then we can gently pull it back, maybe use a plastic pry bar to help reach up to the snaps and pop them loose. We need to do this so we have access to this screw right here. We'll use a Phillips head screwdriver to remove that screw. One more time over on the passenger side. Next we have to remove the grill. First off we need to release the grill from the clips, so we need to grab it and pull straight out. When you get down to the bottom clips, it seems the easiest to put most of your pressure around it and just steady pull until it pops loose. Now with the grill out of the way, we can loosen up these clips for the whole bumper cover. This yellow one here we'll take a flat blade screwdriver and kind of twist it to push it down and we can get it started. That was our driver's side, one more time on the passenger side. Next we'll go underneath the vehicle and disconnect the fog lights. Push down on a small tab here, then we pull it down. One more time on the driver's side. Now on the driver's side, you can see even less, so you have to go by feel on that one. Now we can go ahead and take the bumper cover off. We need to unsnap it from the seam right here, so let's pull straight out from it, kind of work it around a little bit until it unsnaps. Now sometimes these clips on the bottom here don't want to come out, so we may have to take a flat blade screwdriver and work it in there and pop it loose. It's a good idea to have an extra set of hands holding the loose side up while you do the other side. Once it's loose, it comes off really fast. We'll go ahead and put our bumper cover in a safe location. All right, now we need to work for our radiator shroud and our temperature sensor here on the driver's side. We need to loosen this up. This works best with a trim panel tool. You can probably work it out with a flat blade screwdriver as well. Now we need to separate the air sensor from the bumper beam. We'll disconnect our temperature here. There's a little tab right on the edge here. You can pick it with a screwdriver and pull it out. Take the screwdriver and twist it, comes right off. We need to disconnect the wire harness from the side here as well and we'll just let that sit out of the way for now. Now let's go over to the passenger side. Now the radiator shroud on the passenger side has two plastic fasteners and one on the top. This is the bumper core right here. Our base plate will actually replace this component right here, so this will not be reinstalled. We got four fasteners on each side to remove. One through this opening right here, two, three and then there's number four on top, which I'll save for last when we take the core off. You'll want a 12 millimeter socket and a fairly long extension, probably about a foot and we'll go ahead and unbolt it. All right, now for the bolt on the top here, still a 12 millimeter but a socket kind of gets in the way of this assembly here, so a ratchet wrench will work best. There's a little tab on top that kind of steadies it and we can go ahead and take it off. We'll go ahead and flatten out this little alignment tab that the bumper core was using. Take some pliers and just squeeze it down. Same thing on both sides. Next we need to go ahead and cut out our shroud to make room for our base plate, because it's pretty close to this component right here. We already marked these guys out here, so we'll cut this with a knife. That was kind of the easy side, a little more complex on the other side. It might be just as easy to use our tin snips on this side. To find our marks, it was pretty simple. All we did was just held it up in front of it and see where the cross bar overlapped. All right, now at this point we can go ahead and start to put the base plate in place. We'll go ahead and show you the hardware we'll use before we install it, it's a little bit easier to see. First off will be the small metric bolts that thread in and then a matching lock washer and flat washer. We're also going to use some Loctite on our threads as well. It's a good idea to get an extra set of hands to help put it in place. One bolt on each side to stabilize it, then we can go ahead and install the rest of our hardware. Now our fastener combination, this is going to be the same for all four holes. We'll point out one thing, after we have our base plate loosely installed, you want to make sure that this air conditioning line here isn't interacting with the base plate. In this case, we have plenty of room, so we don't have to worry about it. We do have to move it around a little bit and it's okay, as you can see here, to put our base plate onto the vehicle. There's some variations with the manufacturer that you might have to move this out of the way a little bit more than others. You can gently bend this, but not very much. Just enough to clear the base plate. Next we need to go ahead and loosen up the fender well on the driver's side just a little bit more, because there's an arrangement of ground wires that have to be moved and relocate. In this case, we're definitely have to turn the tire out of the way, so it'll be easier access to the plastic fasteners. With the tire moved out of the way, we can see this plastic fastener here and here. There's also one located right here and there's one going towards the top. Now here's our wiring harness right here and here's our ground assembly. We're going to take this bolt and the wires and relocate them to this threaded hole higher up on the frame. We have to loosen these wires up, because we'll be doing some drilling through the frame and we don't want to hit the wires. We're using a ten millimeter socket for this. It may help to have a fairly long extension as well to reach in and tighten it down. All right, next up is we got to remove this bolt and shorten it just a little bit. This bolt is actually part of your sub-frame for your front suspension, so we'll only do one bolt at a time. We're going to take this out using a 17 millimeter socket and we'll go ahead and shorten it just by a little bit. We're shortening the bolt so when we drill through, it doesn't hit the bolt and cause any problems. We got our bolt secured and we're just going to take off maybe the top of our bolt, maybe go down maybe 3/8 of an inch at the most. Now we're going to use a cutting wheel, but you can also use a hack saw as well. Just make sure when you do your cut you stay with the threads and you should be okay. Clean out the burrs a little bit, maybe get a quick test fit, make sure it threads in okay. It should thread in okay, maybe a rough spot here and there, but you should be able to thread it in all right. If not, then just go ahead and take some more time out and clean out the threads and you should be good to go. Once you have that accomplished, we'll go ahead and tighten down the bolt back up to the factory specifications. Next we'll go ahead and use our base plate for our template and we're going to drill out a half inch hole. Now I like to make an initial mark with my half inch bit and then go back at it with my smaller bit for a pilot hole. If you take a quick look inside the hole here, you can see where our bolt is that we cut short. It actually came out just below the hole right here, so it worked out pretty nice. We'll take a half inch diameter long bolt that comes with the kit and on the inside, we'll add this large flat washer, a lock washer and also a half inch nut and also some Loctite on the threads. Here's our bolt, plate, flat washer and nut. Next we'll go ahead and repeat this entire process over on the passenger side. We'll remove the bolt, shorten it, reinstall and drill out our holes. With all our hardware loosely installed for our base plate, we can go ahead and tighten them down for good. These four fasteners, we'll use a 13 millimeter socket or for our top one, a ratchet wrench. Once we get it ran down towards the bottom, then we can put our torque wrench on top. For our bolts on the bottom, we're going to require a 3/4 inch socket, an extension and a 3/4 inch wrench. We're done with our driver's side, repeat on the passenger side. Next we'll go ahead and reattach our ambient temperature probe. I'm just going to simply just zip tie it to our shroud right here. The zip tie I'm using doesn't come with the kit, but it works pretty good for this purpose. We'll cut off our excess zip tie. Now we have our bumper on close enough for our test fit to make sure that our base plate fits fine through the existing holes. It's nice that we don't have to do any cutting or any more drilling. This would also be a great time to go ahead and install your breakaway switch for your supplementary breaking system. We're going to put ours right here. This is our break switch, and right beneath this radiator component is some steel that we can attach it to. That will be sitting up at an angle like that, which will be fine. We'll just go ahead and reach in and mark our location and then we'll take our bumper cover back off and drill out our hole. Now to protect this component on top here, I'm just going to go ahead and use a piece of plywood and I'm going to clamp it in place to help hold it down. Then I'll go ahead and drill out a quarter inch hole. I'll go ahead and put it into place. I'm just going to go ahead and rotate off to the side just for now, then we'll install the provided hardware that comes with the breakaway switch and we'll tighten this down using a 7/16ths socket and wrench. Then we'll bend it up because the edge of our bumper cover is about in line with this right here. We can always make adjustments later after it's installed. Now it would be a good idea to go ahead and run our wires up towards the top as well. This is really good to have to bundle up multiple wires, in this case about three or four wires will be the best for this size material. The wire loom in half inch diameter is part number 459075-1. You can use your fingers to kind of help hold it in place as you run it down the wire. It also helps to keep the wire taut as you do this. Now we'll take our wire harness and then we'll just go ahead and run it up towards the top, whichever is easiest. We'll just leave that wire harness alone for now and we can go ahead and continue our reinstalling our bumper cover. When we put it back in place, we basically go in reverse order of taking it off. Okay, all our fasteners are reinstalled. All right, and with that, that will finish it for the Roadmaster EZ5 Base Plate Kit, part number RM-521567-5 on our 2014 Honda CRV. .


Customer Reviews

Roadmaster Direct-Connect Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms - RM-521567-5

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (287 Customer Reviews)

Designed for use with motor-home-mounted tow bars, the direct-connect brackets are virtually invisible, easy to mount and remove, and they eliminate the need for a quick-disconnect crossbar on your tow bar. Installs on your vehicle's frame.

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I received this tow bar adapter plate in a few days even with the winter storms across the nation. The fit up was great! I had an Auto body friend help me with the install. Installed in approximately an hour. I talked to several etrailer reps before ordering. They were very helpful ! etrailer is the best! Thank you! 469607



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2014 Honda CR-V

This base plate was as described and relatively easy to install. I watched the installation video several times as I was concerned taking the bumper cover and grill off the CR-V. I also watched to installation video for the Blue Ox base plate as it was slightly different and showed taking the off as one piece instead of two. The process was a bit tricky and I did break one clip on the drivers side. Other than snapping my 1/2" drill bit while drilling the hole, the installation was relatively easy and as portrayed in the installation video. I also purchase two metric bolts as my vehicle had neither on the bottom of the bumper cover. 445763


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Working great. I have had no problems over the year.

Richard - 10/24/2018

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2014 Honda CR-V

I did this installation for my mother- and father-in-law. The base plate is VERY heavy duty. It is welded very well and painted adequately. Being shipped in a cardboard box with little packaging, it arrived with paint worn off the little electrical connector mount tubes and other places. The fit was good except for that the top portions of the mounting plates (each end where the base plate is bolted to the car frame), that are bent horizontal for the top-most bolts, are not bent completely to a 90-degree angle--I had to wail on them with a mini-sledge to bend them over enough to be able to get the top bolts into the weld nuts on the car frame. Also, the instructions are vague or lacking in a number of ways. The instructions called out fasteners as "Phillips screw," "10mm (head) bolt" and "plastic fastener." Since I needed to gather tools to take with me for the 12.5 mile trip to my in-laws' place, I had to guess what the "plastic fasteners" were. I found out that the "plastic fasteners" were push rivets-- they are easiest to remove using two straight-blade screwdrivers. And step 7 of the instructions sets up a person to ruin some very expensive parts. Step 7 says to pull hard and straight out to release the grill from the two yellow clips near the headlights (which was OK) and the four yellow clips along the bottom of the grill (which was not OK). Those four yellow clips at the bottom of the grill each have four little retainer legs that clip into all four edges of the holes into which they clip. Instructions for other manufacturers products explain how to carefully unfasten those clips so as not to break anything. But the Roadmaster instructions say to just pull real hard. I found that those four lower clips don't have to be released (the grill does not need to be removed from the fascia) in order to release the two yellow clips shown in Figure M of the instructions--the installer need only pull back on each end of the grill, while it is still fastened to the the fascia by the four lower yellow clips, to be able to insert a flat-blade screwdriver between parts and release those yellow clips--the whole fascia and grill lifts off the vehicle at that point. In between the instructions for pulling the grill off and releasing the two yellow clips in Figure M is an instruction saying to "pull out on corner of the fascia to remove it from the locking strip as indicated by the yellow lines in Figure L..." What is not said in the instructions is that below those yellow lines shown in Figure L are seams between the ends of the fascia and the front fenders. Those seams contain snap-and-hook features molded into the plastic parts which, if just yanked apart, will break (I know this because I broke them on one side). The snap-and-hook features can be released by carefully pulling the fascia away from the fender, to expose the features, and then using a straight blade screwdriver to push each of the three hooks out of their mating snaps--nothing gets broken (I know this because I did it successfully). Other then those things, the installation was pretty straight-forward. I don't know how well the product works because I only did the installation yesterday and my in-laws won't try using it until next week. 229996



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Roadmaster

Roadmaster tow car wiring lights and fuse by-pass, came fine, in original packages. The Roadmaster EZ5 base plate came, but looked like it had gone through a war. Scratched, rubbed and bent at the electrical plug bracket tubes. Some of the hardware washers/bolts loose form the paking bag (had holes in it - shop warn?), and the box (Original Roadmaster box), was so beat up and full of holes that I am greatfullness the loose washers/bolt did not fall out. This part had obviously spent a lot of time, being kicked around some shop, before being taped back up and being sent back to the store. Wear should not affect merchantability. Shipping was very speedy. However, all that being said, it is still a great bargain. Your videos (on web) and instructions are great. 168823



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Works great! 715226



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Honda

I really like the way the couplers that connect to the towbard are removable and easily stowed. Great improvement over the old bar. Installation took me all day but the instructions were clear; the biggest problem I had was putting the pieces of the fender back together. I highly recommend (for a Honda CR-V at least) you get the plastic fender parts since the ones you will take out break. No complaints about the tow bar; worked great. 704735



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As usual, fits exactly and still in use. 688440



- RM-521567-5
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Great Baseplate. The instructions were step by step and very easy to follow. Drilling the holes was the hardest part and you need a good drill. I recommend this baseplate. Very well hidden when not in use. 663514



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perfect fit and function easy install about 2 hours 659580



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Honda

The hitch was delivered on time and in good condition. I did not install the baseplate myself. I took it to a local shop for installation. They were able to install it within a few hours. Would have taken me probably a couple of days. The base plate went on with no issues. The base plate did not connect to my hitch as thought. etrailer techs are working with me to resolve that issue. I may need to change the ends on the hitch bar to work with the new base plate. This is my second purchase from etrailer, and I would order from them again. Great customer service, good follow up, knowledgable technicians and good prices. As soon as we can resolve my connection issue, the motorhome and the Honda crv will be rolling down our highways once again. Thanks etrailer. 637612



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2012 Honda CR-V

Well made unit, had to have a shop install for me as you have to remove a lot of parts on the front of the car, which was beyond my pay grade. 582632



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good service, good price wish your company could install the base plate 562531



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Exactly what was promised with the timely delivery and videos to help me with the install… What more could I ask for . Thanks 562264



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2012 Honda CR-V

Hi etrailer! I LOVE my Roadmaster tow system! It's SO easy to use! 528214



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2014 Honda CR-V

Works great, very happy with this produ ct! 498763



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The product was what I expected and the instructions both written and on-line are easy to follow. My only beef is the way it was packaged, one foam fitting pad on each end, the tow bar pins were loose and caused considerable dings and scratches on the base plate during shipping but some black spray paint made quick work of that. My suggestion would be to ship the item with more foam fit pads and wrap and secure the tow bar pins with zip ties or something. 418112


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No problems yet, the installation was easy and they went on without any modifications.

Paul M - 08/09/2018

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- RM-521567-5
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2014 Honda CR-V

Got it OK but the prongs to connect the plug in was bent. I was able to correct,it but I think the packaging was,poor. 388396



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Absolutely perfect 384673



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Honda

Bought bracket for my 2014 Honda CR-V. Arrived in a timely fashion (I'm on the west coast). Fit perfect, all bolt holes lined up. Easy install. Directions were almost perfect. I had a few more bumper fasteners than shown but all good. Order process was simple, Angela was quite helpful. 365250



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2012 Honda CR-V

Awesome just what I ordered 356884



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Etailer had the exact match for my car, including an online video of how to install it. Installation was straight forward with all the holes matching perfectly. The only upgrade I have to the installation instructions is to purchase replacement plastic push pins, that hold the fenders and mudguards in place, ahead of time. The ones on my car became damaged on removal and couldn't be reused. 334400



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2012 Honda CR-V

Works perfectly after a year of use 333440


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Thanks for the followup. All the parts I purchased from you continue to work exactly as desired, and as advertised.

Tom H - 01/09/2018

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Honda CR-V

We ordered a base plate for a Honda CRV. It arrived promptly. Everything was in order and we've been very happy with the product. We have ordered other things from etrailer.com and have been very happy. 318494



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install was straight forward, just followed video. 283029



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2014 Honda CR-V

Great Product The online instruction are a must, had my notebook next to me and followed the steps. Easier to disconnect the fog lights once the top of front is clipped off. Installed it in +- five hours on 2014 CRV 204514



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2013 Honda CR-V

One problem I had was with the drivers side arm, the stamping cutout for the spring loaded pin was off and wouldn't lock in place... a little file work and I got it to work ok 198428



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2013 Honda CR-V

One problem I had was with the drivers side arm, the stamping cutout for the spring loaded pin was off and wouldn't lock in place... a little file work and I got it to work ok 198427



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2013 Honda CR-V

Quality products, GREAT INSTRUCTIONS! The video on YouTube helped very much when installing the Road Master base plate on our 2013 Honda CR-V. Tips: The front fog lights can be disconnected much easier after the front bumber fascia is released and tilted forward... same when reinstalling. Also, the bottom clips on the front grill release very easy with the help of a small, curved push tool... I used a curved needle nose plier. Simply apply gentle pressure from the bottom of the opening, right below the clips, into the notches provided for this effort. 177426



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The product (Roadmaster EZ5) is all I wanted. etrailer is exceptional in customer relations. Originally I ordered the wrong product but Erica sent the necessary return label and ordered the correct product. We received it in a week even with the Thanksgiving holiday. 163152



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2014 Honda CR-V

Very good helpful service when picking out the correct base plate. Roadmaster base plate for 2014 Honda CRV. Delivered within one week of order. 162292



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2014 Honda CR-V

I buy a trailer hitch and a tow hitch for my new car 2014 cr-v and got these items on time and install went great this is the 3rd. car I did buying anything from etrailer and will again. 159948



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Review from a similar Roadmaster EZ5 in Base Plates


Product arrived very fast. Packaged well. I installed it as per instructions . Watching a video was a great h Ed lp after reading the instructions. Everything installed as expected. Took about 3 hours. I did drop a nut a nd could not find it so had my buddy run to hardware store to buy a 1/2 " nut and lock washer. I did not have access To a lift, So running the car up on blocks 4"high helped access The underside of the cowling. It was a challenge to get my fat finger holding a nut and washer into 2 tight spots but that is what I expect doing this type of installation. 572466


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I have towed my car north to south all summer. No problems at all with thus product.

Steven - 10/08/2019

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Review from a similar Roadmaster EZ5 in Base Plates


The order to delivery time was excellent! 2 days to get to central PA. I just finished installing the RM base plate to my 2018 Jeep Wrangler Sport. We plan on towing the Jeep behind my motor home. The installation went smoothly and the Jeep looks great. You can barely tell that it is rigged to be towed. 560301



- RM-523182-5
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Review from a similar Roadmaster EZ5 in Base Plates


I chose the Roadmaster EZ5 base plate for my 2018 Colorado because its connection height would work better with my motorhome's hitch height. Installation was fairly straightforward but I found the supplied instructions lacking in a few areas. Although it took me far longer than the advertised 3 hours ... I believe the installation went well and should work well. This is my 5th baseplate install and this one went smoothly and the quality of the equipment seems fine. 666098



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Review from a similar Roadmaster EZ5 in Base Plates


Although I haven't installed this item as yet, I want to comment on the service I received from the staff at etrailer. They were without a doubt, the most knowledgeable people I have ever dealt with, not only did they know this product, but they were well versed in its application, and how 2 different parts compared & what was unique to each one. They helped me make my decision, the part was ordered and shipped out the same day. That's the way to get customers coming back. And then on top of that the shipping was free. Wow ! Thank you etrailer, i'll be calling you again. 539793


Comments

With the included instructions, installation was easy. Now it takes me only a few minutes to totally hook up my dingy, & Im not filthy dirty, like i used to be, with the car dolly. I also find it easier to tow, since the vehicle profile isnt as wide.

James E - 07/10/2019

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Review from a similar Roadmaster EZ5 in Base Plates


The product was exactly what I ordered and fit as easily as etrailer's very informative video tutorial showed that it would. The product was delivered before the expected date. And I was able to easily track the shipment. The best part of the etrailer experience was the extremely helpful staff member, Katie. My card had a problem going thru and Katie was as helpful in clearing that up as she was in assisting with the actual order. I will absolutely recommend etrailer to everyone. 253106



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First I'd like to provide a few comments on e-trailer. I'm a return customer, and will continue to be. The price was right, the delivery was really fast, and the kit arrived with all the parts, and in pristine condition. The big, heavy, part of this kit was well-packed, and even the little metal prongs on the front arrived undamaged. I took the time to watch the e-trailer installation video but it appears that the kit they used in the demo had some minor configuration differences from that delivered. That wasn't really an issue, since the directions in the kit were consistent with the configuration of my kit. But now, about the kit. I installed a previous version Roadmaster base plate kit on a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Sport. It took me about an hour. This "new, improved" version... about six hours, spread over two days. Some was my fault, some bad directions, and some just bad luck, but the design of the kit was not user-installation-friendly, or an improvement of any kind over the older design. First, the new kit has both brackets connected by a large, beefy, bar. Great, except trying to get everything to line up is now much harder since the flanges on the kit are barrrrely wide enough to slip over the frame extensions on the Jeep. If you're off even a hair, they bind and you can't line up the bolt holes. And, with the brackets all in one piece, BOTH sides have to be lined up simultaneously. Lining up the bolt holes by tapping alternate sides with a hammer (my solution) works, but it sure is tedious. Oh, and there is a metal tab on the back side of the bar, behind the wiring prongs (not sure why it's there, maybe it serves a purpose on some other vehicle installation?). This tab is located in an EXTREMELY inconvenient location as, in addition to the problems lining up the bolt holes in the tight-fitting flanges on the frame extensions, you have to slide this tab through a little slot that you cut in the air dam. I found it easiest to NOT attach ANY of the air dam fasteners until I had at least one bolt on each side started. I just hung the air dam on this tab, jacked the whole thing into place, fiddled and hammered until I got a couple bolt holes lined up, and THEN fastened the air dam back in place. So far, the installation was just irritating and tedious, but no worse than some other auto repair work one might undertake. Now comes the "bad directions" part. Roadmaster includes some nuts with little wires tacked on so you can hold the nut in place on the blind side of the frame while you run the bolts in to snug them up. I found it useful to run those bolts through the nuts BEFORE doing anything to clear out the paint on the nut threads so they'll start a little easier. The Roadmaster directions supplied with the kit are VERY SPECIFIC (Step 5), stating that the LOWER nut should be put in place first, and then the UPPER. Since the access is through an opening in the UNDERSIDE of the frame, putting the lower bolt in first blocks access to the upper bolt. I followed the instructions on the first side and that is EXACTLY what happened, causing a significant problem. Since my access to the upper bolt was blocked by the installed lower one, I had to twist and fiddle the upper nut into place. When I started to tighten, the little holder wire bent around the lower bolt, and then broke, before nut had not yet snugged down. If you should find yourself in this awkward position, the quickest and simplest solution is to remove the plastic cover from above the frame - right in front of the grill, where a winch would normally mount - and go in from the top with a wrench to grab that spinning nut. When I installed the bolts on the other side, I did the upper one first, and then the lower, and had no such problems. Once you get them snugged down, they'll pretty much hold themselves so you can torque to the proper spec, and you're done. All in all, this install was MANY times more difficult than the original Roadmaster TWO-PIECE base plate kit for the Jeep Wrangler. Additionally, I don't particularly like the new design anyway, beyond the more difficult install. The huge bar that connects the two brackets (that are independent on the older design) sticks down lower, and reduces clearance in the front a bit. The "EZ twist locks" on the brackets themselves ARE easy to install, though because of clearance with the bar in the kit I have, have to be installed upside down compared with the etrailer video demo. While easy to install, the new hitch point brackets offer no obvious positive visual cue that one can quickly look at when you're hitching up to confirm that they're locked. I guess I'll get used to that, but I don't like it. Though I suppose Roadmaster has done the design work, the new "twist lock" brackets also don't look nearly as durable as the old ones, which simply used a hitch pin to secure the bracket to the piece attached to the frame extension. A MUCH harder install, and a less obviously robust attachment system than the previous design leaves me wondering where the improvement is in the new design. I already owned a Roadmaster tow bar (and like it), so I didn't have much choice. I've towed my new 2016 Jeep with the new bracket, and got back with the Jeep still securely attached to the tow vehicle, so it DOES work. 259161



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Had lots of ? and customer service was great. The ordering process was really painless all items arrived earlier than estimated. Everything mounted as stated with ease. I just watched a videos which Made the install easy. We are flat towing a Jeep Wrangler JL. The Roadmaster base plate with arms look good on the vehicle. 653552



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I was amazed at how easy it was to install on my 15 year old Wrangler-the mounting instructions were very clear and it fit perfectly! Also impressed with the fast free shipping! 505748



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Great product, took about 2 hours to install, directions were easy to follow and all parts were provided. Tow bar brackets are way overkill, thanks.. 521274



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Product was perfect fit and seems very solid in it's construction and the way it mounts. I am completely satisfied with the product as i bought both the bracket kit and a wiring kit. The base plate kit should for this Jeep Liberty 2004 should have included the 6 outer bumper fascia attaching clips because these will break just about every time you take off the front bumper. Also they should supply you with a small tube of Loctite since you will always need it. So for the big price, they should throw this stuff in there but that's just my opinion. All in all great product, great folks to deal with and I will shop here again 474328



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Very satisfied. Online help was very helpful and the fit was exactly as promised. 441474



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Received product in timely matter/ product is of excellent quality. Did the install my self with the help of your great video. I have purchased many products from Etrailer Been very saddisfied. Now can tow behind motor home. 372194



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It arrived in a timely manner was easy to install. My son and I did it in about 2 hours. Perfect fit the plug mounting studs were slightly bent during shipment but easily straightened. The wiring harness took much longer to install but I’m kind of pickie. I was able to feed inside the frame from front to back. Thanks for a great looking product. 476994



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Getting installed at the RV dealership today. Arrived promptly and the cost was reasonable. Thanks 528420



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Simple instruction, great service and delivery ! 650044



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Absolutely great product. Installed as instructed without a problem primarily because of the video provided by etrailer on the website. Could not have done it as quickly and smoothly without that video. Roadmaster baseplate is very sturdy and does NOT require cutting the steel bumper mount flanged as the blue ox version does for my Jeep. Yet I can still use a blue ox tow bar with an inexpensive adapter on the ends. Very sturdy, quality setup. 345648



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Product arrived very quick. It is well made and came complete with all hardware and instructions. The only problem was that it has extra mounting plates for each side that doesn't show up on any of the videos. The instructions say if there isn't a hole on the outside of the frame on each side just to drill through from the inside to make the hole on the outside. There is barely enough room to get your hand in there let alone a drill. I lined up the lower holes on the mounting plate with the holes on the frame and marked the upper hole, drilled a pilot hole and checked the inside and adjusted accordingly then drilled the final hole. I like the fact that I can remove the tow arms so they are not shin busters. 518321


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Still working great. Glad I ordered from etrailer.

Michael - 06/07/2019

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Well hidden, strong 375611



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Until I received the follow up e-mail from Carrieann at etrailer.com, I had completely forgotten about these Roadmaster EZ5 baseplates on my 2007 Jeep Liberty. That sums up my experience and satisfaction. Once installed, I just want it to work and not cause problems that I have to think about or solve. The RM EZ5 has been easy to use and trouble free. If I were to nit-pick, installation was beyond my capabilities, tools and patience,even with the great eTrailer video. I paid a local shop $200 to install them which included using the proper tool to cut a smooth hole in the bumper cover. With the arms removed, it's hardly noticeable on the Jeep. Attaching the arms is quick and easy and connecting the tow bar is painless compared to other systems I've used in the past. Yes, they're a tad pricey but they cost less than having the towed go "walk-about" while underway. 419984


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  • The Roadmaster Falcon part # RM-520 is a very popular and great tow bar. You have the crossbar assembly part # 910021-00 that comes with it which means you can use either base plate kit you mentioned. The difference is that the EZ5 # RM-521567-5 does NOT require the use of that crossbar and the EX4 part # RM-521567-4 does. I prefer simpler installs that require fewer parts whenever available so if it were me I would go with the EZ5 part # RM-521567-5 which does not need the bar....
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  • How to Flat-Tow a 2012 - 2014 Honda CR-V with All Four Wheels Down
  • In order to flat-tow a 2012 - 2014 Honda CR-V with all four wheels on the ground behind a motorhome you are going to need a tow bar, base plate kit, safety cables, tail light wiring harness, supplemental braking system, and possibly a high-low adapter. There may also be a few other smaller components that are needed depending on the options the vehicle is equipped with. For a tow bar, I recommend the Roadmaster Nighthawk All Terrain Tow Bar part # RM-676. The Nighthawk is one of the...
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  • Parts Needed to Flat Tow a 2013 Honda CR-V AWD Behind a Motorhome
  • The local shop is wrong. According to the owner's manual for a 2013 Honda CR-V you can flat tow the vehicle behind a motorhome with all 4 wheels on the ground. Not only that but the manual also states that AWD models have to be towed with all wheels on the ground. I'd find a better shop! Be sure to check page 235 and 236 of your manual for procedure information. You will need 5 major components to flat tow your CR-V: base plates, a tow bar, safety cables, lighting, and supplemental braking. For...
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  • Clevis Pin Diameter for EZ-5 Base Plate Kit on 2014 Honda CR-V to Fit Ready Brute Tow Bar
  • The pins used to connect a Roadmaster tow bar to the EZ-5 Roadmaster Direct-Connect Base Plate Kit # RM-521567-5 for your 2014 Honda CR-V have a 3/4" diameter and can be found on our site as part # RM-910029. I reached out to Ready Brake and they said that as long as the clevises match up (which the diameter does so you just need to reference the photo) then your tow bar should match up just fine with the EZ-5 base plate kit.
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  • Difference Between Roadmaster EZ4 and EZ5 Base Plates for 2014 Honda CR-V
  • As you mentioned in your question, both the Roadmaster EZ4 # RM-521567-4 and EZ5 # RM-521567-5 Base Plate Kits are confirmed to fit your 2014 Honda CR-V. The primary difference between the two models is that the EZ5 does not use a quick-connect crossbar to attach to the tow bar. This will in turn provide a cleaner, less obtrusive look. The drawback, however, and why I tend to recommend the EZ4 model, is that the design will not accommodate many accessories that mount to the crossbar...
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  • Height Of Base Plates Attachment Arms On 2014 Honda CR-V
  • We do not have the height measurement from the ground for the attach points for the # RM-521567-5 base plates on your 2014 CR-V, but I have attached a photo that shows where the base plates attach points are on the vehicle. You can take a quick measurement from the ground to the middle of the opening on your front bumper and that will be as close as you can get. I also attached a link to an installation video of this base plate kit on a 2014 CR-V you can check out.
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  • Recommended Roadmaster Base Plate for 2014 Honda CR-V
  • The Roadmaster EZ5 Base Plate Kit # RM-521567-5 is confirmed to fit your 2014 Honda CR-V and your Roadmaster Blackhawk 2 tow bar. I've linked the installation video for you. The Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit # HM56304 can be used to power the lights of the CR-V while towing. Also, fuses will need to be pulled during towing to prevent your battery from draining. You'll want to check your owner's manual to see which ones to pull. Once you've found which ones, you may want to...
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  • Protecting a Towed Honda CR-V from Rocks and Road Debris While Towing it Behind an RV
  • Because of the design of the EZ5 base plates, # RM-521567-5, for your 2014 Honda CR-V, there isn't a protective device that mounts on the vehicle or between the vehicle and the motorhome that will work. What you can do is use something like Rack Tamers # ERT00108 which will mount to the motorhome hitch and offer some protection to the CR-V.
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  • Tow Bar Adapter Availability for Attaching to Base Plate kit # RM-521567-5
  • What tow bar do you have? If it's a Roadmaster the answer is yes it will fit. If it's a different brand you'd need an adapter to make the connection safe. If you check out the attached link below you'll see a page that has a chart with all of the available base plate to tow bar adapters we offer.
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  • Recommended Base Plate Kit for a 2013 Honda CR-V to use with a Roadmaster Sterling Tow Bar
  • Thanks for your picture, it helped out a lot. As long as your 2013 Honda CR-V doesn't have a brush guard the Roadmaster EZ5 Base Plate Kit # RM-521567-5 will the right base plate kit for you. It's important to note that safety chain anchor brackets for Sterling cables will not fit this base plate kit. To use with Sterling tow bar the Sterling cable anchors must be attached to the frame of the vehicle or welded to the receiver portion of the bracket. I have linked the EZ-5 to this...
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  • Does Roadmaster EZ5 Base Plate Kit RM-521567-5 Include Wiring for Towed Vehicle
  • Roadmaster EZ5 Base Plate Kit # RM-521567-5 consists of the main base plate assembly that bolts on to the CR-V and the removable twist-lock arms that connect to a compatible tow bar like the Falcon All Terrain # RM-522. Lighting/wiring components for the towed vehicle are not included with the kit but you can see such items using the linked page. Wiring/lighting kit options for your CR-V include custom-fit plug-in harnesses like the Hopkins # HM56304, magnetic light kits like # TL21RK...
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  • Installation of Roadmaster EZ5 Base Plate Kit RM-521567-5
  • Installation of base plates like the Roadmaster EZ5 kit # RM-521567-5 can be done by the end user or by a local shop if you prefer. The linked instructions outline the process and include color photos to help illustrate. I also linked an install video showing this kit installed on a 2014 CR-V. The linked article on flat towing may be of interest; it details all of the items needed for safe and legal flat towing.
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  • Base Plate Recommendation for 2014 Honda CR-V with Roadmaster Sterling Tow Bar
  • You are on the right track. The EZ5 base plate kit part # RM-521567-5 does not require the crossbar so it would work for you without requiring you to purchase the crossbar. I attached an install video for you to check out as well. The safety cables of your Sterling Tow Bar # RM-576 would work well too. For lighting you can use the diode kit, # RM-15267, and not have to worry about cutting into the taillight housing. This will splice into your taillight wiring to allow your tow vehicle...
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  • Base Plate Kit Recommendation for a 2013 Honda CR-V
  • We offer three different Roadmaster base plate kits for your 2013 Honda CR-V. The one I would recommend for you would be the EZ5 # RM-521567-5 since you have a Roadmaster Falcon # RM-520 that installs in the hitch of your RV. All of the base plate kits for your vehicle are similar, but the advantage this system has is that it doesn't require the crossbar and it's a bit easier to connect and disconnect. For lighting you can use the diode kit, # RM-15267, and not have to worry about cutting...
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  • Roadmaster Tow Bar/Base Plate Compatibility for 2014 Honda CR-V
  • The Roadmaster EZ5 Base Plate Kit # RM-521567-5 is a confirmed fit for your 2014 Honda CR-V so long as it does NOT have a brush guard or the extra bumper trim package. These base plates are compatible with ALL motorhome-mounted ROADMASTER tow bars, including the Falcon # RM-520 and the Falcon All-Terrain # RM-522. With the EZ5 base plates the cross brace will NOT be needed; I confirmed this with my contact at Roadmaster.
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  • Recommended Trailer Hitch, Trailer Lighting and Tail Light Kit for Flat Towing a 2014 Honda CR-V
  • Good news, I can help get your 2014 Honda CR-V wired up with tow bar wiring and trailer lighting. I spoke with my contact at Roadmaster who has done this before and told me that you will just need to install the # RM-15267 and the # C56158. The trailer wiring connector has its own plug in the cargo area of your vehicle see image and attached video for install location. The tow bar wiring will need to be run like the attached diagram to your vehicles separate tail light wiring. With...
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  • EZ4 or EZ5 Roadmaster Base Plate Kit Recommendation for 2013 Honda CR-V
  • For your 2013 Honda CR-V there are two options for base plate kits. Both of which would work with the Roadmaster Falcon tow bar part # RM-520 that you have already. The EZ4 part # RM-521567-4 is probably the set up that is the most similar to what you already have. It requires the crossbar of the Falcon to be used. If instead you don't want to use the crossbar you would want the EZ5 part # RM-521567-5. If it were me I would go with the EZ5 since you wouldn't have to use the crossbar...
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  • Does RoadMaster Falcon Tow Bar Come with Cross Bar
  • The Roadmaster Falcon part # RM-520 does include the crossbar, but since you are planning on using the EZ5 base plate # RM-521567-5 you won't need that.
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  • Parts Needed to Flat Tow a 2014 Honda CR-V Behind an RV
  • The Roadmaster EZ4 base plates # RM-521567-4 for your 2014 Honda CR-V are compatible with more tow bars and accessories that the EZ5 so I do recommend the EZ4. I have included a link to a video showing an example installation for you. Since ease of hookup is important I recommend the Falcon 2 tow bar # RM-520. Connecting or disconnecting from the vehicle when at a little bit of an angle or on slightly uneven ground is easier with this tow bar compared to models with fewer features. Or,...
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  • Replacement Arms for Roadmaster Base Plate Kit on a 2014 Honda CR-V
  • If you already have the EZ4 # RM-521567-4 or EZ5 # RM-521567-5 base plate kit installed on your 2014 Honda CR-V and you just need the arms then you simply need to fill out the form on the product page # RM-ARMS to get replacements. I have linked the form to this answer page for you to reference. Please note that a complete flat towing setup you will need a base plate kit, tow bar, safety cables, vehicle tow bar wiring, a supplemental braking system, and possibly a high-low adapter. If...
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  • Base Plates Recommendation For 2013 Honda CR-V
  • We offer two base plates that are designed to fit your 2013 Honda CR-V. The first is part # RM-521567-4. These base plates have removable drawbars that make the base plates almost invisible. These base plates will work with any Roadmaster tow bars. The second base plate kit we offer is part # RM-521567-5. This has the same features with removable arms but will work with Roadmaster tow bars that are motor-home-mounted only. There are five items you need when flat-towing. You...
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  • 2014 Honda CR-V Flat Towing Preparation Steps
  • The online owner's manual for the 2014 Honda CR-V indicates on page 235 the following procedure to prepare this vehicle for flat towing behind a motorhome: 1. Check the transmission fluid level. Make sure the fluid level is between the upper and lower marks. 2. Start the engine. 3. Depress the brake pedal. Move the shift lever through all its positions. 4. Shift to D and hold for five seconds, then to N. Let the engine run for three minutes, then turn it off. 5. Release the parking...
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  • Parts Needed to Flat Tow 2013 Honda CRV behind RV
  • The base plate # 3141-1 that you referenced does not fit a 2014 Honda CR-V so you'll need to start over with a new flat towing setup. For a base plate kit you'll want the part # RM-521567-5. In addition to the base plates, you will also need a compatible tow bar, safety cables, lighting, and supplemental braking to flat tow your vehicle. The most popular compatible tow bar is the Falcon 2, # RM-520. For safety cables you can use # RM-643. The coiled design helps keep the cables off of...
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  • Are Roadmaster EZ5 Base Plates for a 2013 Honda CR-V Compatible with Demco Excalibar Tow Bars
  • For the 2013 Honda CR-V the Roadmaster EZ5 base plates # RM-521567-5 are not compatible with the Demco Excalibar tow bars and there isn't an adapter that fits both like you said. If you do not have base plates already then I recommend going with the EZ4 base plates # RM-521567-4 with adapter # RM-032 and you can use the Demco tow bar. If you already have the EZ5 base plates then a new tow bar can be used such as the Falcon 2 # RM-520.
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  • Base Plates And Flat-Towing Equipment Needed For 2013 Honda CR-V
  • The base plates I recommend that will work with your Falcon 5250 tow bar is the Roadmaster EZ4 Base Plate Kit, part # RM-521567-4. These will work with the adapters you have mounted on the arms in the photo you sent. You also need safety cables like part # RM-643. For tow bar wiring I recommend part # RM-15247. You will need to pull fuses per your owner's manual. You can simply flip a switch by using a fuse bypass like part # RM76511 for the number 19 ACC radio fuse and part # RM76512...
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