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Blue Ox Alpha 2 Non-Binding Tow Bar - RV Mount - 2" Hitch - 6,500 lbs

Blue Ox Alpha 2 Non-Binding Tow Bar - RV Mount - 2" Hitch - 6,500 lbs

Item # BX7380
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This elegant tow bar is easy to use, with a swivel head joint that lets you twist it left and right when you're hooking up. The non-binding levers let you disconnect quickly at the campsite, even on rough terrain. Coiled safety cables included. Great Prices for the best tow bar from Blue Ox. Blue Ox Alpha 2 Non-Binding Tow Bar - RV Mount - 2" Hitch - 6,500 lbs part number BX7380 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Blue Ox Tow Bar - BX7380

  • Fits Blue Ox Base Plates
  • Telescoping
  • Hitch Mount Style
  • 6500 lbs
  • Blue Ox
  • Steel

This elegant tow bar is easy to use, with a swivel head joint that lets you twist it left and right when you're hooking up. The non-binding levers let you disconnect quickly at the campsite, even on rough terrain. Coiled safety cables included.


  • Safely bring your vehicle along behind your RV
  • Easy hookup with arms that smoothly extend and pivot to reach the base plate
    • Swivel head joint allows the tow bar to twist left and right
    • Arms automatically lock into towing position when you pull forward
  • Quick disconnect, even on rough terrain, with non-binding levers
  • Extra-secure connection to the base plate with triple-lug brackets
  • Convenient storage on the back of your RV
    • Push arms up and fold them to the left or right
  • Coiled safety cables won't drag as you tow
    • Vinyl-coated for longevity
    • Spring-loaded latches prevent the hooks from disconnecting
  • Heavy-duty steel is powder coated to resist corrosion
    • Rubber sleeves protect inner arms from dirt and debris
  • Made in the USA


  • Fits: Blue Ox base plates with a maximum distance of 32" between tabs
    • Can be used with base plates from other manufacturers with adapter (sold separately)
  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Arm length (from center of hitch pin hole to center of base plate pin hole when lined up with arm straight):
    • Extended: 48-3/4"
    • Retracted: 39"
  • Weight capacity: 6,500 lbs
  • Safety cable raiting: 6,500 lbs
  • Weight: 40 lbs
  • 3-Year warranty

Works with etrailer, Roadmaster, and Demco Base Plates with Adapter

Base Plate Adapter
etrailer Invisible: e98986
Classic: None available
Roadmaster Standard: RM-033
Crossbar-Style: RM-032 or BX88178
Direct-Connect: BX88185 or RO64FR
Demco Tabless: DM9523127
Classic: None available

Easy Hookup with Telescoping Arms and Swivel Head Joint

Blue Ox Alpha 2 Self-Aligning Arms

The arms on the Alpha 2 are designed to make hooking up super easy. It gives you a lot of flexibility for getting your toad (towed vehicle) connected to your RV, without the need for your vehicle to be perfectly level or in the exact right spot.

Just slide the tow bar into your hitch and pin it in place, then extend the telescoping arms out until they reach the base plate tabs on your car. Then the swivel head joint allows the whole tow bar to twist left and right as you work to get the arms into place.

Once you're all hooked up, slowly pull forward and the self-aligning arms will fully extend and lock into the towing position. Double check that the arms are properly latched and you'll be ready to hit the road!

Non-Binding for Easy Disconnect

Uneven ground and sharp angles can put the arms of the tow bar in a bind and make them stiff and immoveable. Once you get to your destination, the last thing you need is to spend several minutes wrestling, yanking, and kicking at them to get your car disconnected.

Blue Ox Alpha 2 Non-Binding Tow Arms

Instead, get out of a bind in one easy step. Simply press down on the Alpha 2's non-binding levers to disengage the internal latches in the arms. This releases the pent-up pressure so you can unhook and get on with your adventure.

Secure Triple-Lug Connection

Blue Ox Alpha 2 Triple-Lug Connection

Blue Ox tow bars have triple-lug brackets to create an extra-secure connection to the base plate. It's a small detail with big benefits, as this crucial component of your flat tow setup is guaranteed to be tight and sturdy.

Simple Storage: RV-Mounted Tow Bar

Blue Ox Alpha 2 Easy Storage

The Alpha 2 folds up to conveniently store on the back of your RV when you're not using it. After disconnecting the tow bar from your toad, push the arms of the tow bar together so that they are side by side. Fold the tow bar up toward your RV and slide the storage bolt into the slot in the bracket on top of the tow bar shank. The arms can store to the right or to the left, whichever side is convenient for you.

For added protection from the elements, slip the Blue Ox tow bar cover (BX88231 - sold separately) over the Alpha 2 when you're not using it.

Vinyl-Coated Safety Cables Included

Blue Ox Alpha 2 Safety Cables

Included with this tow bar are 2 coiled safety cables rated at 6,500 lbs. These cables, required by law, will keep your toad behind your RV if there's ever an accidental disconnect while towing. The steel S-hooks on each end of the cables connect to the toad's base plate and the RV's trailer hitch. The spring-loaded latches ensure that the S-hooks stay connected.

The coiled design of these cables prevents them from dragging on the ground and getting damaged, and the vinyl coating keeps them safe from the elements so that they last you the life of the tow bar.

What You Need to Flat Tow

Flat towing can be a much more convenient way to take your car RVing with you than using a trailer or a tow dolly. It'll save you storage space both at home and at the campsite, and it takes less time and hassle to hook up.

To flat tow your vehicle, there are 5 basic components you're going to need: a tow bar, a base plate kit, a safety cable set, tow bar wiring, and a flat tow braking system.

For the RV Between the RV and Towed Car For the Towed Car
Hitch Tow bar Base plate
Wiring plug Safety cables Braking system
Wiring adapter cord Wiring kit/diodes

The custom-fit base plate installs on the frame of your toad so you can connect the car to your RV with a tow bar. Hook up safety cables between the vehicles to ensure that the toad does not separate from the motorhome if the tow bar becomes detached. Tow bar wiring syncs your vehicle's signal lights with your motorhome's tail lights, as required by law in most states. Finally, the flat tow braking system - also required in most states - activates the brakes in the toad when you hit the brakes in the RV, making for smoother, safer braking, and preventing wear on your motorhome.

BX7380 Blue Ox Towbar Alpha II for 2" Hitch - Non Binding - Motorhome Mounted Towbar - 6500-lb Rating

Replaces BX7365 Blue Ox Alpha Tow Bar

Installation Details BX7380 Installation instructions

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Blue Ox Alpha 2 Non-Binding Tow Bar - RV Mount - 2" Hitch - 6,500 lbs - BX7380

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (374 Customer Reviews)

This elegant tow bar is easy to use, with a swivel head joint that lets you twist it left and right when you're hooking up. The non-binding levers let you disconnect quickly at the campsite, even on rough terrain. Coiled safety cables included.


After one year and several trips, there seems to be some play and wear in the swivel pins. Not sure if this is normal or if pins need to be replaced already. Will be investigating further before another long drive.

Some play will be normal in the tow bar however you will want to make sure that the holes have not become elongated. If you would like to send pictures of it, then I can have Blue Ox take a look for you.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 06/07/2023
I have had it apart, and yes the hole is a little elongated. That is why I inquired about that particular replacement part
-- comment by: Dean - 06/07/2023
I did hear back from my contact at Blue Ox. They advised that everything looked normal and the only suggestion was that you could use washer kit part # BLU65CR
Replacement Washers and Nuts for Blue Ox Tow Bars
to tune up the tow bar.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 06/07/2023


I like the Non-Binding feature of this tow bar. I'm replacing one that was almost 20 years old and worn out.

I still like it and it is still working very well
Richard - 02/04/2023


Nice and reliable and folds up for storage. You do not need to handle the weight because it’s already mounted on my Motorhome

Great product, the operation and functions work great with no issues
Eugene - 08/16/2023


My first blue ox I owned and ued for 20 yrs and it was Made from sort of metal that didnt chip and rust. The new model paint chipped and rusted first time out. when I exspressed my concern to etrailer they recommend I get some touch up paint. Not to be picky but one of the rubber sleeves keeps breaking off as well. They origial blue ox I give a 5 star the new one a 3 star with hopes that it performs for years to come.


Heavy duty tow bar. I pull our 2019 Jeep JL behind our 34' RV. Hook up and disconnection is so easy. Highly recommend the Blue Ox Alpha 2.


I received my tow bar two days earlier than advertised which worked out great. There was no real "installation" per se. You simply attach it to the RV and toad. I took it for a test ride and it worked flawlessly and so much easier than the bolt on tow bar I was using.

After a year and roughly 20,000 miles of towing Ive had no issues with the tow bar and no repeat maintenance issue either. Its easy and solid.
Nelson - 12/20/2022


I keep this covered in the Blue Ox cover when not in use but it the paint is still flaking and rusting out. It still works but cannot believe it's so cheaply painted that it did that.


eTrailer was very helpful in choosing the correct hitch for our rv and car. They also provided a special brake application in the car that makes it super easy for toad braking.
I am 72, and I hook up this toad and pull it with confidence. The instructions to hook up the toad was presented with ease. They knew exactly what they were doing, and we didn't rush through the demonstration. I would recommend eTrailer to anyone.


Best choice for a tow bar. Safe, reliable, easy to use. If you're thinking about touring in a motorhome without a tow vehicle you might want to think again. We believe the Blue Ox is the best investment we've made in our RV setup. Can't imagine not having our CR-v with us. The Blue Ox makes it super easy to connect and disconnect the towed vehicle. I also like that it doesn't alter the appearance of the tow vehicle when disconnected.


A week before my trip I discovered someone stole my tow bar and riser while the RV was in storage. The hitch was even locked. I immediately called eTrailer for a replacement. Not only did they ship it immediately, Their rep (William) kept me updated on the shipment tracking. That was excellent customer service. The tow bar and riser and locks and anti raddle clamp arrived on time and work perfect. Now we can leave on our 4 week trip.


Blue Ox is a well made product. This is my second Alpha tow bar as the first one plumb wore out. ETrailer has the best prices and service. The product was delivered on time as promised.


See my review on the base plate. Great system.


Couldn’t be happier with the Blue ox tow bar!


We love Blue Ox. This is our second one to purchase To tow our car behind our motorhome.


We order our hitch and received in 2 days. Excellent service and now we are back on our way. We were able to stay on our schedule. Thank you


Works as it should. Easy hook up to 2012 jeep liberty


Good tow bar. You might want to start recommending the Blue Ox locks for the tow bar- BX88101 - as the snap ring bar attachments do come loose and fall out.

Thank you for the suggestion. We do have the locks available, part # BX88101
Blue Ox Base-Plate and Receiver Lock Kit - Qty 3
on the site.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 09/14/2022


This is the second Blue Ox I've had and they are still the best. I even tried another brand that only lasted a year then I came back to Blue Ox. The quality is superior! etrailer had the best price I could find anywhere.

Its still working great a year later.
Grz - 11/30/2022


I ordered a Blue Ox Alpha 2 Tow Bar Friday afternoon, and it arrived Wed morning - very quick for a large, heavy object and free shipping! As usual, great, knowledgable service from!


After a year I still believe I made the correct choice. After connecting a few times it now just takes a couple minutes when connecting. I have towed a few thousand miles with it so it is tested well at this point.


Tow bar is phenomenal. It takes about 7 minutes to install it, the safety cables, ambilocal chord, and brake safety cable. Add 3 more minutes for light and brake inspection in the jeep being towed. 10 minutes and you are ready to depart. The combination of the tow bar and vacuum braking system are incredible.


My Roadmaster Falcon II finally failed for good after one rebuild decided to go with Blue Ox and I could not be more pleased with the quality and what I believe to be a superior design. etrailer has always performed beyond my expectations and I will be sure to return for any future needs.


Purchased this tow bar as a replacement for our Aventa II towbar that Blue Ox would not service (won't touch anything over 8 yrs old). Fits great and supports our Jeep Cherokee.


I have a crippled right arm and depend mainly on my left arm. I have found the Blue Ox tow bar is easy and fairly quick to hook up even with only one arm. It’s self alignment after being attached is a big plus allowing me to hook up and be on the road in 10-15 minutes and it’s very rugged.


2004 VW New Beetle tow frame mounting is a very difficult job as the front bumper skin is mounted with four hidden torx bolts at the fender and bumper skin joint. The instructions say the frame can be mounted by leaving that seam connected and lifting the bumper skin but it is likely that damage will occur. So remove the skin. Reinstalling requires replacing the torx bolts and threaded plates with large sheet metal screws and clip nuts that can be purchased at a parts store. Also, be sure to check that the pins will insert after the frame is bolted on. I had clearance issues on the drivers side and had to remove the frame to trim the radiator support with great care as the A/C condenser has a tube within the area of trimming. Also, the braces below the frame fit poorly and require shimming and wiring harness and power steering cooler adjustment. It’s best to install brace to car frame bolts with the tow frame off using the provided nuts on wire rods. Leave loose and tighten when installing frame. The job took three days in my home garage with minimal tools. In retrospect I should have found a Jeep to tow but I owned the Beetle. Good luck.

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