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etrailer XHD Non-Binding Tow Bar for Roadmaster Crossbar Base Plates - 2" RV Mount - 10,500 lbs

etrailer XHD Non-Binding Tow Bar for Roadmaster Crossbar Base Plates - 2" RV Mount - 10,500 lbs

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Is this right for you? Product Expert Kristina F says:

Yes, if you:

  • Tow a full-size truck or large SUV
  • Want the easiest hookup and disconnect possible
  • Like a sleek, sturdy design

No, if you:

  • Tow a smaller vehicle - save money with a lower rated tow bar
Flat tow your vehicle with the hitch-mounted etrailer XHD tow bar. Independent, self-supporting arms won't fall to the ground when unfolded, and smooth operation allows for easy hookup and disconnect, even on unlevel ground. Built-in rise/drop. Lowest Prices for the best tow bar from etrailer. etrailer XHD Non-Binding Tow Bar for Roadmaster Crossbar Base Plates - 2" RV Mount - 10,500 lbs part number e64ZR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-496-5010 for expert service.
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etrailer Tow Bar - e64ZR

  • Fits Roadmaster Base Plates - Crossbar
  • Telescoping
  • Hitch Mount Style
  • 10500 lbs
  • etrailer
  • Non-Binding
  • Stores on RV
  • Steel

Flat tow your vehicle with the hitch-mounted etrailer XHD tow bar. Independent, self-supporting arms won't fall to the ground when unfolded, and smooth operation allows for easy hookup and disconnect, even on unlevel ground. Built-in rise/drop.


Features:

  • Tow bar lets you tow your vehicle safely and securely behind your motorhome
    • Slides into trailer hitch receiver on RV - no ball mount necessary
  • Telescoping, self-supporting arms make for fast, easy hookup
    • Arms won't fall to the ground when unfolded
    • Full articulation allows for unlimited spread to fit your application
  • Self-aligning design - just hook up and drive RV forward
    • Arms extend into rigid, tow-ready position and automatically lock in place
  • Non-binding design allows you to easily release your vehicle, even on unlevel ground
    • Trigger release on each arm easily activates, even when under pressure
  • No need for high-low adapter on most setups
    • Adjustable head tilts up or down 3" to keep tow bar parallel with road during towing
    • Shank has built-in 1-1/2" rise or drop for additional adjustability
  • E-coat finish provides corrosion resistance
  • Integrated cable mounting clips keep included safety cables off the ground to prevent dragging
    • Vinyl-coated safety cables include steel S-hooks with spring-loaded latches for added security
  • Built-in storage rod keeps coiled electrical cord (sold separately) in place and off the ground
  • Simple, secure storage alongside motorhome
    • Arms can be folded up and stored to the left or to the right, or they can be folded out with 1 arm each way
  • Lifetime technical support from the experts at etrailer.com
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Compatibility: works with Roadmaster crossbar-style, vehicle-specific base plates
    • XL, EZ, EZ2, and EZ4 Series (sold separately)
  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Arm length (from center of hitch pin hole at end of shank to center of base plate pin hole when lined up with arms straight):
    • Extended: 51-3/4"
    • Retracted: 39-1/4"
  • Distance between hitch pin hole at end of shank to beginning of curve in shank: 5-1/2"
  • Distance between hitch pin hole at end of shank to vertical bolt in head: 12-1/2"
  • Distance between hitch pin holes: 2"
  • Weight capacity: 10,500 lbs
  • Weight: 46 lbs
  • Lifetime limited warranty


Note: If you use this tow bar in the rise or drop position you may need to add safety cable extensions (sold separately) to reach your tow vehicle's hitch.

Necessities for Flat Towing

For the RVFor the Towed CarTo Link the Towed Car and RV
HitchBase platesTow bar
Wiring plugBraking systemSafety cables
Wiring kit/diodesWiring adapter cord

Sturdy, Built-to-Last Tow Bar

The heavy-duty etrailer XHD tow bar is tough and built to last. Sturdy, modular steel construction offers increased weight capacity and strength to pull up to 10,500 lbs. The XHD is perfect for towing a full-size truck or SUV. Two hitch pin holes allow you to position the tow bar closer to or further from your RV, without sacrificing load capacity.


The black powder coat finish protects against the elements and flying road debris. And stainless steel inner arms provide additional durability and allow for smooth operation. Quality-engineered pivot points and hardware ensure both strength and maneuverability.


Fast, Easy Hookup

With independent, easy-to-maneuver arms, the XHD makes connecting your towed vehicle to your motorhome a breeze. Unlike most tow bar arms that move together along a single plane, the XHD tow bar arms operate completely separately from one another. A vertical bolt through the head of the tow bar keeps the arms positioned one on top of the other, allowing for a more fluid hookup. The arms pivot horizontally on this bolt, allowing for an unlimited spread so that you can hook up to base plates with almost any spacing. A built-in joint at the base of each arm allows for vertical movement so that you don't have to tilt the entire head when positioning the arms.


The arms telescope for easy extension to your base plate connection points, even if your towed car is not perfectly aligned with your RV. The self-supporting design of the arms also allows you to telescope one arm out and attach it to the base plate without having to worry about supporting the opposite arm at the same time. The arms lock into place when you're ready to tow, and the extra length of the arms allows for a better turning radius. By putting more distance between your motorhome and your towed car, your entire setup will become easier to maneuver so that your towed car will track behind your motorhome without running the risk of hitting your RV during turns.


Base Plate Connection

In order to be compatible with Roadmaster crossbar-style base plates, a sturdy adapter bracket is included for compatibility with the ends of each tow bar arm. This bracket attaches to the base plates using the included hardware and provides a tight, stable connection for a safer and more dependable towing experience.


Non-Binding for Simple Disconnect

The built-in trigger releases make it easy to disconnect the XHD. Tension can build up in a telescoping arm when the RV and towed vehicle are not perfectly aligned. Engaging the trigger on each arm releases pressure and allows the arms to telescope freely, making it easy to disconnect the tow bar from the base plates, even if you are at a hard angle or out of level.


Each trigger release latch is positioned on the side of the tow bar arm. This allows for a comfortable yet firm grip, unlike latches that are positioned on the tops of tow bar arms, which can be difficult to grab. This out-of-the-way placement of the latches also creates a clean look for the tow bar.


Straight, Vinyl-Coated Safety Cables Included

Two straight, vinyl-coated safety cables provide added protection should the tow bar ever disconnect during towing. The cables are held off the ground by the included mounting clips. These clips keep the cables from dragging on the ground, preventing damage and tangling. Steel S-hooks with spring-loaded latches connect each cable to your towed vehicle's base plates and to your motorhome's trailer hitch.


The tow bar also offers a convenient storage rod for securing your coiled electrical cord (sold separately). The rod holds your power cord neatly out of the way and up off the ground.


Versatile, Secure Storage

Independent arm movement also allows for storage versatility. Easily store the tow bar out of the way, alongside your RV. The arms can be folded up to the right or to the left, or you can fold one arm to each side so that they are parallel to your motorhome's bumper. Just pivot each arm into position and a peg at the base of the arm will snap into a built-in tab, latching the arm in place so that you don't have to worry about it coming unfolded during travel.


For added protection, slip on the etrailer tow bar cover (e99008 - sold separately) while the tow bar is folded up either to the left or the right against your RV.


Guide to Flat Towing

Flat towing your vehicle is much more convenient than using a trailer or a tow dolly. These other options take up much more storage space, leaving you less room both at home and at the campsite. In addition, securing your vehicle to a trailer or tow dolly can be a hassle and more time consuming than hooking up with a tow bar.


There are 5 basic components needed when flat towing a vehicle: a tow bar, a base plate kit, a safety cable set, tow bar wiring, and a supplemental braking system.


Towing Basics

The tow bar links your towed car to your motorhome. It attaches to the custom-fit base plates that install on the frame of your towed car. Safety cables ensure that your towed car does not separate from your motorhome in the event that your tow bar becomes detached. Tow bar wiring allows your towed vehicle's signal lights to sync up with your motorhome's tail lights, which is required by law in most states. Finally, the supplemental braking system - also required in most states - brakes your towed car when the brakes in your motorhome are activated, preventing wear on the motorhome and decreasing braking distance for your entire setup.


etrailer Technical Support

At etrailer we're committed to the products we sell, and to our customers. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff are available via both phone and email to address your questions and concerns for the lifetime of your tow bar. The technicians at etrailer perform flat tow installations on a daily basis, making them a valuable resource for do-it-yourselfers. The one-on-one, personal service you'll receive comes straight from an expert in the towing and automotive field. We've installed it, we've wired it and we've towed with it, so whatever your question, we can answer it.



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Installation Details E64ZR Installation instructions



Video of etrailer XHD Non-Binding Tow Bar for Roadmaster Crossbar Base Plates - 2" RV Mount - 10,500 lbs

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




Video Transcript for etrailer XHD Non-Binding Tow Bar for Roadmaster Crossbar Base Plates Review

Hi there motor home owners and flat towers. Today we'll be taking a look at etrailer's XHD tow bar for Roadmaster crossbar-style base plates. Included in this kit, you gonna get etrailer's XHD tow bar. This is the Extra Heavy Duty tow bar with a 10 and a half thousand pound capacity. And you'll also receive the components that's necessary to hook up to a crossbar-style Roadmaster base plate. You won't use the crossbar that comes with the Roadmaster base plate, you'll use the crossbar that comes in this kit, and you can see that here.

And that'll give you the attachment points here for you to connect to the etrailer tow bar. And with our XHD tow bar here, you gonna get a slew of nice features that puts it kind of above your standard tow bar. This is gonna be a non-binding tow bar. We've got our levers here on each side. And what we saw when I press that, you kind of heard the pop a little bit.

What that did is it released this arm here from it's fully locked out position. 'Cause when you're pulling your vehicle it's self-aligning, so it'll automatically extend the arms out and track the vehicle right behind your motor home. And once they get all the way out, they lock into place. And that's exactly what you want for when you're towing it behind us. But once you reach your destination, if you're not parked on perfectly level ground with both your motor home and your vehicle, they're kind of offset a little to one another, a lot of campsites are gonna be like that.

Or you weren't able to pull straight into your campsite, maybe your motor home is at a bit of an angle to your vehicle, that can usually can cause some issues with getting these pins removed. By clicking on that button there, releasing the arm from its locked out position. But just a little bit of play in it. And you can see that little bit of play there, makes all the difference in being able to get this pin to slide out, to disconnect the tow bar versus really having to fight it. I mean, if you don't have a non-binding tow bar, a lot of times what you gonna end up doing is needing a little mallet to drive these pins out.

So we can avoid having to have extra tools and make our life a lot easier by just pressing on our release there. Additionally, this tow bar does have some cable management on it. The safety cables come included with it. And you can see here, it holds them up close to our tow bar arms, which keeps them off the pavement. That'll extend the life of our cables here. So they're not going to be dragging on anything. And it's one less component that you have to think about purchasing because it comes included with your tow bar, and they're gonna be rated appropriately to match our tow bar. The cable management you see here on the side is for your electrical, and potentially other ones, depending on what you may need to put on there. For the most part you usually is just for your quarterly cable for your 7-way here. 'Cause they do tend to kind of sag down a little bit. They don't normally drag to ground, but it is possibly, hits a big potholes and stuff, get enough momentum in that cable, it could brush the ground here and there and we wanna avoid that. Get the most life we can out of it. So you can slide it down the shaft here and secure it with the pin there. And that'll keep it way away from the ground. And it just helps extend the life of that. Your other cables here, you could also put these on here, but when they're nice and hot like this, I don't really see a necessity to put them inside of here. These little pegs here, located at the top, allow it to lock into place if we lift up on the arm here and then bring it in, you can then drop it back down and that'll hold it right here into the storage position off to one side. You can then do the same thing with the other arm. You can either place it to the same side or you can place it to the opposite side. It just depends on which you prefer. Some people like to do the same side, because if you have a storage bag, you can kinda keep everything together inside of your storage bag here. But other people like to do it separately. If you don't have a storage bag, just kinda keep your side separate. It's really just up to you on where you like it. If we head a little bit closer to our motor home here, we'll see kind of a unique feature here. This has a drop and a rise that's built into the tow bar. Which is really cool, a lot of the other manufacturers don't have that. Your Roadmaster and your Blue Ox, they're just gonna be straight shaft right in. So you'd have to purchase some additional high or low adapter. If your motor home and your vehicle we're significantly different from one another in their normal height. You can see here that our connection for our tow bar, where our arms connect is just below the shank where it slides into the receiver. And that kind of offsets it down about an inch and a half. You have the option to remove the bolts here and you can actually flip the shank section over and then reinstall it onto the arm section here by just reinstalling these bolts. And that would put this portion here, instead of it being up above our arms, this would now be down below. And that would be the rise position. We're currently in the drop position. And that's the most common position we gonna use. Usually your motor home sits a little bit higher than your vehicle. Some of your trucks and lifted vehicles may require it to go into rise position but this is the most common position here. These two bolts here are for adjusting the tilt of the head because, while you've got about an inch and a half of adjustment with the shank, by flipping it over, you can get additional more adjustment out of it, about an inch and a half as well. So you get a total of about three inches of adjustment, either in the drop or rise position with this tow bar, all built in. And you just loosen up these bolts here and the assembly here can pivot on this bolt here. I've actually pivot and then you can tighten these back down to get it secured in the place that you need it in. Now we're gonna head to the opposite side of our XHD tow bar here. And that's where our crossbar is and the ends that attach to it. When you received the tow bar, the ends won't be on the actual tow bar, you'll have to assemble those yourselves. And that's because these XHD tow bars, we do sell them with various different combination of hardware here to match the particular base plate manufacture that you're using. So we do got a lot of different styles here to make sure that if you have maybe a Blue Ox or a Demco base plate then you can get this one to work with that as well. But this one is specifically designed for these crossbar-style Roadmaster. And with those crossbar-style Roadmaster, you would typically get a crossbar from Roadmaster that would install on here. And that's where you would have your attachment for a Roadmaster tow bar to attach to. But we're not using a Roadmaster, we're using a etrailer. So this one is specifically designed with proper machining at the correct locations to match up to the crossbar-style connections here on your base plate. This is a pretty standard distance here. So as long as you had this crossbar-style base plate, these holes here should be in the appropriate place for this to just slide into and bolt up. And we didn't have any issue, it did match right up. Everything bolted down very nicely. After that, you secure your base plate here to the crossbar, using the included pin and clip. The arms here, when you install these, make sure that you don't forget to put the washers in there. It's got some plastic style washers that are kind of self-lubricating to help everything move the way it needs to move. Now, there is some issues with this crossbar, it is gonna vary from vehicle to vehicle, but one of the issues you're probably gonna run into with this on most of these Roadmaster base plates is that once it's on here, it's not really gonna be removable easily like the Roadmaster crossbar is. With your Roadmaster crossbar that's on here, there's pins that are actually on top and you can pull those pins out, and then the crossbar slides off. Once that crossbar slides off, you can use the Roadmaster connections here, you pull those out and you can twist these to remove these, to minimize the distancing that you have here when you're not flat towing your vehicle. Now, unfortunately, with this one here, it's not gonna be easy to do that, because if we look here our crossbar is bolted directly to our arms. So with bolted directly to those arms, this is the release pin here to take the arm out of our base plate. If we pull the pin, it doesn't matter, we're not gonna be able to twist it 90 degrees like we need to do to remove it. So in order to remove these components, you would have to completely disassemble the bolts on here to be able to remove those. I really don't like that. It may depend on the vehicle, how big of a deal that is to you, whether you care that this is here. We've got it on this Ram here though, and I find that it's kind of a nuisance on our Ram because it goes right in front of the license plate, on the Ram here. And depending on the state that you're in, you could potentially get into some legal issues, obstructing your front license plate. So you may have to unbolt these when you're not flat towing, so that way you stay legal in the state that you're in. So those are just some issues I found with it. But as far as actually connecting and getting our tow bar to work with our base plate, that all worked out great. Another issue I did notice with this crossbar here, and it may be specific to this particular truck, but when the crossbars in place, when we weren't hooked to our tow bar, when I was just kind of just driving this around the parking lot with only the crossbar here, it was triggering the park sensor on it, for the front the entire time I was driving it, and then it gave us a park fault after so long 'cause it's gone hey, my sensors here are obstructed here. So in order to prevent that, you would either have to turn off your park sense in your vehicle, so you're not hearing that beep or you would have to disassemble, take these bolts out to remove this when you're driving this around town regularly, so you don't get the hindrance that it has to your park sense system. And on the outside of our crossbar here, we have attachments for our safety cables as well. And that's nice because it's here at the front. Every time you put these crossbars on, you're kinda increasing the distance between the vehicle and your motor home and the safety cables that you had that we're attached in here, once you had this gap and it might be a little bit too short, so I liked that they put them right here. It makes them a little bit easier to access to the ones that are on this particular base, that are actually quite difficult to access. So it's really cool they put these up here for you to make things easy on you. And that completes our look at etrailer's XHD tow bar for Roadmaster crossbar-style base plates..


Customer Reviews

etrailer XHD Non-Binding Tow Bar for Roadmaster Crossbar Base Plates - 2" RV Mount - 10,500 lbs - e64ZR

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (39 Customer Reviews)

Flat tow your vehicle with the hitch-mounted etrailer XHD tow bar. Independent, self-supporting arms won't fall to the ground when unfolded, and smooth operation allows for easy hookup and disconnect, even on unlevel ground. Built-in rise/drop.

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Very well built.




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It is so convenient to have the safety cables and wiring plug attached to the towbar. I have had no problems getting hooked up or unhooked. Very pleased with this towbar.




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The eTrailer HXD tow bar is an excellent choice! I generally spend less than 5 mins hooking up or unhooking from my 2020 Ram Rebel with baseplates installed. Highly recommend this setup for flat towing.




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Tow bar is operating flawless. I love the ease to store, no more need for drop down hitch, and disconnecting from Toad is very easy. Have not had a bind. Can not beat the quality for the price.




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There were some marks in the finish do to shipping and the operator manual was damaged to the point that i could not read some parts.




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It’s tough, reliable, quick to connect- only 3 issues:
1. Because it’s tough, VERY heavy, awkward to install and uninstall, much less store…if there was a way to more easily collapse, break it down into more easily compact size…
2. Safety cables sometimes bind and easily corrode, and the spring loaded snaps at the ends are unusually and annoyingly hard to open… And on more than a few occasions snapped causing much pain to one’s fingers and thumbs
3. There is a frequent clicking sound as though the hitch has suddenly shifted slightly (1/2-1”?) somehow when rounding a corner or merely driving along. This despite all connections double checked for proper hookups.




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This hitch was very very hard to figure out without any instructions whatsoever you have to watch a lot of [online] movies and take ever you have one out of 10 [online] movies is worth getting after one year I have figured out how to use the hitch properly to make it a non-binding hitch other than that the first year it was a pain in the rear hook and unhook so take a while to get used to it and a trailer didn't help me a bit with how to get used to it




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Great Products and Great Service




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Great customer service. Awesome tow bar. Had one little clip missing but they shipped me the missing part without question the same day I called.




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I think that you still owe me for some of the parts that I returned. I still need the cover for the hitch when it is not being used.
I like my tow bar it works well and would recommend you and your product to others.




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The product is great. It was delivered in a timely manner. Thanks so much. I have also bought some other products from etrailer and service has been great.




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Love it. Rugged and heavy duty.




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Recently purchased the e67ZR tow bars for Blue Ox base plate. The tow bars are are made by Demco but labeled etrailer which didn't bother me at all as I have purchased etrailer branded items before and have always been happy with them . The bars came two weeks early but had a safety cable that was damaged in transit that etrailer replaced immediately. The customer service by Dawn was exceptional and the product exactly what I wanted at a savings of over $xx.xx from the identical Demco labeled bars. The product is great, the service exceptional but watch the prices as they change daily which is the only reason I did not rate it 5 stars.




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Just as described




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Exactly what I expected as I am a repeat customer!!




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It was missing parts had to call and have them sent




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Did not arrive despite being listed on shipping label. Danielle learned it would be in stock and shipped Monday and promised to upgrade and have it shipped 2 day so that it would arrive in time for me to leave WA and travel east to pickup our new motor home.




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Service was the fastest but good enough




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Great service and selection. Package arrived on time.




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does will




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