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Roadmaster Falcon All-Terrain Tow Bar - Non-Binding - RV Mount - 2" Hitch - 6,000 lbs

Roadmaster Falcon All-Terrain Tow Bar - Non-Binding - RV Mount - 2" Hitch - 6,000 lbs

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This tough tow bar is engineered to be easy to use. The arms are stainless steel so they'll extend smoothly, and extra long to help you make tight turns. Cables guides protect your safety cables and power cord, and keep your setup organized. Great Prices for the best tow bar from Roadmaster. Roadmaster Falcon All-Terrain Tow Bar - Non-Binding - RV Mount - 2" Hitch - 6,000 lbs part number RM-522 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Roadmaster Tow Bar

  • Fits Roadmaster Base Plates - Crossbar
  • Fits Roadmaster Base Plates - Direct Connect
  • Telescoping
  • Hitch Mount Style
  • 6000 lbs
  • Roadmaster
  • Non-Binding
  • Stores on RV
  • Steel

This tough tow bar is engineered to be easy to use. The arms are stainless steel so they'll extend smoothly, and extra long to help you make tight turns. Cables guides protect your safety cables and power cord, and keep your setup organized.


  • Safely bring your vehicle along behind your RV
  • Easy hook-up with arms that smoothly extend and pivot to reach the base plate
    • Stainless steel construction of inner arms lets them slide in and out
    • Self-aligning arms automatically lock into towing position when you pull forward
  • Extra-long arms help you make tight turns
  • Quick disconnect, even on rough terrain, with non-binding latches
  • Engineered to be super tough
    • FEA testing guarantees a strong finished product
    • Self-lubricated nylon bushings eliminate friction between the inner and outer arms for a longer-lasting, better-functioning system
    • High-tech powder coat finish protects against rust
  • Cable guides prevent wires and safety cables (sold separately) from getting damaged or tangled
  • Easy storage on the back of your RV
    • Push arms up so the holding latch snaps into place and then fold them left or right
  • Made in the USA


  • Fits: Roadmaster base plates
    • Crossbar-Style (EZ, EZ2, EZ4, Classic, and XL) base plates require the quick-disconnect assembly (910021-00 - sold separately)
    • Can be used with base plates from other manufacturers with adapter (sold separately)
  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Arm length (as measured from center of hitch pin hole to center of quick-disconnect bar): 53-1/2"
  • Weight capacity: 6,000 lbs
  • Weight: 38 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Fits etrailer, Blue Ox, and Demco Base Plates with Adapter

Base Plate Adapter
etrailer Classic: e98983
Invisible: None available
Blue Ox RM-031 or BX88151
Demco Tabless: DM9523128 or DM9523036
Classic: RM-034 or DM9523036

Smooth Hookup with Stainless Steel Arms

Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain stainless steel arms

The Falcon All-Terrain is designed to make hooking up your toad (towed vehicle) a smooth and easy process. The telescoping arms are able to extend to the needed length and angle to reach the base plate without the need for your vehicle to be perfectly level or in the exact right spot behind your RV. The inner arms are stainless steel and will slide in and out smoothly. Supremely corrosion resistant, they'll stay rust-free and functional for the life of the tow bar.

Slide the tow bar into your hitch and pin it in place. Get the arms connected to the base plate one at a time. 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!

Extra-Long Arms Get You Around Tight Turns

The Falcon's arms are longer than average, giving you an above-average turning radius. You're going to be able to get around obstacles and make sharp turns with no worry of clipping the corner of your RV. Maneuver through gas stations and the campsite no problem.

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.

Freedom Latch

Instead, get out of a bind in one easy step. Simply flip the lever on the arm of the Falcon to disengage the internal latch. This releases the pent-up pressure so you can unhook and get on with your adventure.

Cable Guides

Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain Cable Guides

The Falcon All-Terrain comes with cable guides built into the arms, which offer a great way to keep your setup organized. By threading your safety cables and power cord (both sold separately) through the guides, you'll keep them from dragging on the ground and getting damaged. It's also a great way to keep all your gear together. You won't need to find a separate place to store your cables; you can keep them right there where you need them, ready for the next time you flat tow.

Engineered for Excellence

FEA test

The Falcon All-Terrain is engineered to be as tough and durable as possible. Throughout the design process, rigorous physical and computerized testing is done, including Finite Elemental Analysis (FEA). Each of these tests displays a 3-dimensional image of the tow bar while it is put under thousands of pounds of pressure. Areas of stress in the tow bar can then be located and studied so that those areas can be strengthened. This process is repeated until any weak spots, particularly those found in load-bearing components, are completely removed. The result is a product that is durable, strong, and safe.

Simple Storage: RV-Mounted Tow Bar

Storing Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain

The Falcon All-Terrain 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. Push the tow bar up until the holding latch clicks into place. The arms can then swing to the right or to the left, whichever side you want to store it on.

Storing Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain

For added protection from the elements, slip the Roadmaster tow bar cover (RM-055-3 - sold separately) over the Falcon when you're not using it.

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.

522 Road Master Falcon All Terrain - Motorhome Mounted Towbar - 2" Hitch - 6K Rating

Item # RM-522

Installation Details RM-522 Installation instructions

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Roadmaster Falcon All-Terrain Tow Bar - Non-Binding - RV Mount - 2" Hitch - 6,000 lbs - RM-522

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (430 Customer Reviews)

This tough tow bar is engineered to be easy to use. The arms are stainless steel so they'll extend smoothly, and extra long to help you make tight turns. Cables guides protect your safety cables and power cord, and keep your setup organized.


Awesome hitch! Fills up easily and nicely. Easy to operate and not terribly heavy to handle if you need to store it.


This tow bar is very easy to install due to its non-binding feature which allows for easy toad hook-up even when the ground is a little uneven. I also like the fact that it can stay attached to the motorhome and simply swing out of the way when not needed. As with all products I have purchased from etrailer, this Roadmaster tow bar is well engineered and of excellent quality.


Overall the tow bar is pretty good. I had no issues towing the 2005 Acura MDX (~4500LB. After driving in the rain the the moving rod become a little sticky. With some cleaning and WD40 it is behaving normal. I don't really feel there is any toad unless I see through the rear view camera. So far no issues. I probably had about 5k miles on this tow bar by now.


We have towed our Jeep almost 2,000 miles since installing the recommended parts from etrailer and it has worked perfectly on every connect and disconnect along the way. Tows beautifully, even at 70 mph.

Excellent customer service and helpful videos from these folks. Would recommend to anyone needing help with parts and guidance in towing their toad to give them a call.

Brent T.


Our system is still working perfectly a year later. Our Jeep is a 2018 Cherokee Trailhawk and while we’ve seen some RV forums talk about “death wobble”, we have never experienced this using these Roadmaster products towbar & baseplate. We tow the Jeep with our 39’ Class A gasser and hardly know its back there. Even on sharp corners the Jeep follows perfectly and no binding. Connecting or disconnecting takes maybe 5 – 7 minutes. Then check all of our lights, make sure the Jeep is in neutral wbrakes off and we’re on our way. The braking system that we installed purchased from etrailer is the “Stay-n-Play Duo”. I would recommend that to anyone looking for easy operation. The installation time was a bit lengthy and involved but once completed makes all of your towing trips much easier. Just the flip of a switch and the braking system is ready for towing. No portable unit to lug around and adjust each time you tow your vehicle. The etrailer folks made the perfect recommendations for our needs and everything has worked GREAT!


Very happy with my Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain tow bar, baseplate and high low hitch. Great service from etrailer, great company! Going on my first trip in a couple weeks! Took about 4 or 5 hours to install. Great instructions, the videos were very helpful!


Don't buy a roadmaster tow bar. Roadmaster does not honor their lifetime warranty. Used one time and it bent and refused to replace it. had excellent service and experience with etailer and would use them again.


I was looking into to flat towing our Jeep Cherokee behind our RV. A friend had told me about etrailer. I have to say they do, and did have everything that I needed to make this project happen. The pricing, quality, quickness, and the shape of everything from shipping, was Great!
Here is a picture after I got it was all hooked up.

Thanks again etrailer
Scott F.


I towed a car behind the RV from New England to California and back with no issues! Easy to hook up the tow vehicle.


Super Fast Service....Excellent Products....Consistent 5 star service over the last 10 years!! Look forward to using our Roadmaster Falcon Tow Bar, Front Base Plate and Draw Tite Rear Receiver. Happy Travels!!


This item is great, saved our Jeep. Had the hitch on with the Jeep and got rear ended. The hitch absorbed most of the hit and the Jeep was relatively unscathed. The hitch was bent like a pretzel but it still held together the Rv and the Jeep. The bar was bent beyond saving so I called Etrailer and they sent me a new one within two days so our vacation was not ruined.
Thanks all and definitely recommend this hitch!!

by: 04/08/2021

Really like this all terrain tow bar. Pulling a 2018 Ford F150 with it. Cross bar is not needed with my base plates. Would be better if bar could be purchased without it. Seems like a big heavy piece to pay for when it isn't needed.


This "Non-Binding" tow bar BINDS UP every time I use it.
I have to keep a hammer handy to to get it to release.
I have tried everything I can think of and I still have to hammer out the pins to unhook it.
i would never buy one of these again.


Very good,strong tow bar. I like the ease of hookup. My only complaint is that sometimes the releases to allow the rods to slide back into the tubes can be finicky, making disconnecting a little more difficult. Have used it many times in the last year and would buy again.


Thanks to all at etrailer who helped me with my order, you guys are fantastic, the entire operation is stellar.

Enclosed are a couple of pics of my installation after my initial hookup.


I bought a face plate safety chains and tow bar spent all this money and I thought maybe you guys would throw in a cover for my tow bar


Awesome tow bar. Very well made, easy to install, and works great.



Love the Falcon AT Tow Bar. No problems what so ever. I would highly recommend this product.


Haven’t used it yet but the quality of this tow bar is well worth the money. Don’t forget to order a crossbar because it doesn’t come with it.


This towbar has been very disappointing. When it was time for a new towbar, I decided to downgrade from the Sterling to this Falcon, and that was a big mistake. This towbar cannot be described as "non-binding". Unless your tow vehicle is perfectly aligned with the motorhome and level, there is no chance of releasing the latches - they bind and will not release. If I get stuck in a stopped position where the car is misaligned from the coach by more than about 10 degrees, or higher or lower than the hitch by more than a few inches, I have a major project to release the towbar from the car, even sometimes having to use a punch and hammer to forcibly remove the hitch pins. Further, after just a few months of use, one of the release mechanisms quit working altogether, so I my partner has to start the car and jiggle back and forth in order to find a spot where I can remove the hitch pins. Once the towbar is unhooked, I have to use a screwdriver to dig around under the failed release lever in order to push the cam in manually so I can push the outer arm back in.
The guides along the arms for the cables are not useful and dangerous. I initially used straight power and safety cables running through the guides, and they go chewed up in a short period of time. I had to buy new coiled cables that do not run through the guides, and have had no further problem.
As a towbar, this device works fine. But it is NOT non-binding, and I highly recommend upgrading to one of the higher-end towbars. This device is too problematic to recommend, and I would never buy it again.


Works great but it took some time & effort to install. Hooking up to RV is easy and has been good - except when I forget to replace the wire harness cover for the car.


Heading to NJ from Colorado in the morning. Service was excellent and quick delivery. Bar was easy to install and great quality.

Thank you!


Paid a premium price for the "non-binding" feature but of the 10-12 hookups I have used it, more than half the times one side or the other has been impossible to release without inching the toad forward to release the telescoping tube. It was always on a level terrain and lined up straight. Per Roadmaster's suggestion I have lubricated everything but it is still in impossible binds most of the time. otherwise, it is quality built and convenient to hook up. since this is the only tow bar I have ever used, maybe I'm expecting too much but it seems like I could have gotten same results with the basic model.


I purchased the same, but used over 15 years ago. I only used it for about two years. I was having some problems with it and purchased the repair kit and never used the kit. Now with the new, I love it. It's definitely stronger than the first one.


Installing on 2020 Jeep Trailhawk :

Pic #0557 : Roadmaster Base Plate Kit , Demco Supplemental Braking System , Diode Wiring Kit , Demco Battery Charge Wire Kit

Pic # 0548 ,0551 , 0559 Had to adjust the bracket plate to line up with the upper bolt holes

Pic #6028 finished install , mounted the operating unit to the top fuse box cover using automotive Velcro . Air cylinder , controller and LED light installed . Aside from the base plate bracket not lining up with the upper bolt holes I would give it 4 stars . My son in law is a master at solving mechanical issues .


Great Tow bar! After a year and several thousand miles, no problems, and no issues with disconnecting. I definitely recommend it.


This was part of many Roadmaster components I ordered from to set up my 2014 Honda CRV as a toad. Etrailer's website is excellent and their review videos and installation videos are very helpful. Their tech service department is excellent as well.

I researched tow bars thoroughly before choosing the Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain. Both Roadmaster and Blue Ox have excellent customer service departments and answered many questions before I decided to go with Roadmaster. The reason is simply my preference to have the extra stability of the cross bar and for future mounting of the Guardian rock shield. The Blue Ox tow bars are simpler because of no crossbar and that is nice and clean. But I like extra assurance and beefiness on the lateral torsion forces when towing. Just my preference.

The Falcon unit is well made and heavy. The channels on the sides allow a neat installation of the wiring harness and safety cables. Pulls my Honda CRV with no noise and easy to hook and unhook. I would recommend this product to anyone.

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  • Replacement Shank and Support Bar for a Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar
    The front end of the Falcon All Terrain tow bar, # RM-522, is # 910019-20. This is the part that fits in the actual hitch on the tow vehicle. If you are talking about the bar at the other end that fits between the 2 tow bar arms and attaches to the vehicle that you are towing, it is # 910021-00.
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  • Would the Roadmaster Falcon Tow Bar part # RM-522 Clear a Hitch Mounted Spare
    The length of the shank on the Roadmaster Falcon Tow Bar part # RM-522 that you referenced is designed so that it would extend past a square bumper like what is commonly found at the rear of an RV. Since a bumper mounted spare is designed to mount basically right above the rear bumper of an RV this tow bar shouldn't interfere with the rear mounted spare at all. I attached a review video for this tow bar for you to check out as well.
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  • What Does Roadmaster Falcon Tow Bar Weigh
    The Roadmaster Falcon tow bar part # RM-522 weighs 64 lbs.
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  • Can a Tow Bar be Used to Tow a Jeep behind a Pickup Truck?
    The Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain, Non-Binding Tow Bar # RM-522 along with all the other flat towing components for your Jeep can absolutely be used to tow a Jeep behind a pickup truck. You will still need the base plates, wiring, safety cables, supplemental brake system, and possibly a high-low adapter to tow a Jeep. Everything you need to tow a vehicle behind a motorhome will still be required for towing it behind a pickup truck. If you'd like some specific recommendations let me...
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  • Storage Mechanism For Roadmaster Tow Bar When Not In Use
    I am not sure what model Roadmaster tow bar you had attached to your motorhome, but those with a folding design like what you described will use a built-in storage latch to secure it in the folding position. When in this position, there should be no issues with it coming unattached while driving. It's possible that the latching mechanism on your particular unit was damaged or faulty, as this is not a common issue. I have attached a video demonstration on the Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain...
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  • Would Roadmaster Falcon Tow Bar RM-522 Replace Older 5250 Falcon Tow Bar
    Yes, the Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar part # RM-522 would be a great replacement for the older Falcon that you had 5250. It would attach to the tow vehicle and towed vehicle the exact same way.
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  • Are Tow Bars Supposed to be Difficult to Release when On Inclines or at Angles
    Tow bars in general are not easily released when on an incline or at an angle. It's just the nature of how they work. The angles and inclines bind the bars up of the tow bar in the base plate kit and make the components hard to release. The release mechanism of the Falcon # RM-522 does relieve a great deal of the pressure but nothing will be easier to disconnect from than if the flat towing setup is sitting perfect straight on level ground.
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  • Can A Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar Still Be Used After It Was In A Fire
    The degree of damage to the Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain, Non-Binding Tow Bar # RM-522 could vary quite a bit so your best bet would be to contact Roadmaster with some pictures to see if they feel like it's still safe. We do offer some replacement parts for this tow bar so if one portion was damaged but the rest was fine we may have what you need.
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  • How Much Does The Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain Non-Binding Tow Bar Weigh
    The Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain, Non-Binding Tow Bar - Motorhome Mount - 2" Hitch - 6,000lbs Item # RM-522 weighs approximately 64lbs.
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  • How To Flat Tow a Raised 1993 Jeep Wrangler YJ With RoadMaster Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar # RM-522
    Towing a raised 1993 Jeep Wrangler YJ with a motor home-mounted tow bar like the RoadMaster Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar, part # RM-522, which will have an upward or downward slope puts undue strain on the entire towing system. For that reason, do not tow if the tow bar is not within the Safe Zone. Which means no more than three inches above or below the center of the motor home receiver. Towing a vehicle with a tow bar that is not within the Safe Zone will result in significant wear and...
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  • Can Demco Base Plate Connect to Roadmaster Tow Bar
    To use the Demco base plate you have of part # DM9519236 with the Roadmaster Tow Bar part # RM-522 the correct adapter you need is the # RM-034 as the two cannot connect directly since they are different manufacturers/designs.
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  • Availability of Adapter to Use Roadmaster Falcon Tow Bar with Blue Ox Base Plate
    The Roadmaster Falcon All-Terrain Tow Bar has a 6,000 lb capacity, so it'll work fine. Roadmaster does indeed offer an adapter for the Falcon all terrain that would allow it to work with the Blue Ox base plates, part # RM-031. The discontinued Falcon 5250 tow bar had a 5000 lb capacity, and is also compatible with Blue Ox base plates if you use the # RM-031 adapter.
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  • Is It Acceptable For A Tow Bar To Be 2" Out Of Level?
    The 2" difference in height is completely acceptable. The "safe zone" for all tow bars, including your Roadmaster Flacon # RM-522 is within 3" of level. You are going to be just fine using the 6" High Low Adapter # RM-076. Take a look at the picture below.
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    When towing a vehicle, like your 2012 Honda CR-V, you need to make sure that the tow bar isn't 3" higher or lower than the center of your motorhome receiver. If your tow bar won't be within this range naturally you can actually use a tow bar adapter like part # RM-076 which has a 6" rise/drop to keep your tow bar as level as possible. I have linked our selection of adapters as well as a helpful article that goes into more detail about how to choose the correct one for your application. For...
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  • Availability of Larger Tow Bar Pins for Roadmaster Falcon All-Terrain Tow Bar
    The Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain # RM-522 is a great tow bar and I'm glad you're enjoying your experience with it! The cold can be quite frustrating to deal with but if you use the Base Plate Pins w/ Oversize Grip # RM-910049 instead of the pins that came with the tow bar you should be able to keep your gloves on so you aren't bothered as much by the colder weather when you are towing your vehicle. Attached is a review video of these pins for you to check out!
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  • Why Does Battery of 2020 Chevy Colorado Need to be Disconnected to Flat Tow Behind a Motorhome
    The owner's manual doesn't list a specific reason, it only states that failure to do so could damage the vehicle. The fact that the key needs to be left in the Accessory position while towing so the steering wheel doesn't lock up gives me a pretty good idea that with the key in the ACC position, there must still be an electrical draw on the battery. Disconnecting the battery prevents the battery from going dead while the vehicle's being flat towed. The manual also mentioned that 2 wheel...
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  • Is the Falcon All-Terrain Tow Bar Worth the Extra Cost Compared to the Falcon 2
    I assume you are talking about the Falcon 2, # RM-520, and the Falcon All-Terrain, # RM-522, since the original Falcon tow bar has been discontinued for a while. If you find yourself in situations where you can't bet lined up straight with the toad or the ground isn't level (which is almost all camp grounds) then it is absolutely worth it to go with the Falcon All-Terrain. If you are rarely off of paved roads where you have plenty of space then the Falcon 2 will work great. But in an effort...
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  • Maintenance of Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar part # RM-522
    On page 9 of the install instructions for the Roadmaster Falcon # RM-522 that are attached to this page you'll see the care and cleaning section. Basically it just details how to clean and lubricate the tow bar using their recommended cleaner part # RM-9932. Clearances will loosen over time though so it's not totally shocking that yours is now easier to move around. Have you been keeping it clean and lubricated? Have you been also using the # RM-9932? The recommended grease for the tow...
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  • Availability of Roadmaster Falcon Tow Bar for Blue Ox Base Plates
    What you identified from another site is the Roadmaster Falcon tow bar that is compatible with Blue Ox baseplates, we carry the improved Roadmaster Falcon 2 for use with Blue Ox base plates, # RM-525.
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    The main advantage of the Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar, # RM-522, is that it will allow you to easily release the vehicle even if it is not level or at a difficult angle. In other words, you will not have to be perfectly straight and flat with this tow bar as it will not bind. The All Terrain version also features integrated cable channels to hold the cables up out of the way. The Falcon 2, # RM-520, has the potential to bind and you will want to be sure that you are as flat and straight...
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  • Can Replacement Arms be Ordered for Roadmaster Base Plate Kit
    If you have a set of Roadmaster base plate kits on your 2015 Jeep Cherokee we can help you get setup with replacement removable arms with the # RM-ARMS. If you have a different brand let me know and I'll see what we can help find. If you are unsure send me a picture and I'll see if I can identify them.
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  • Can Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar be Used Instead of Falcon 2 Roadmaster Tow Bar
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