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Blue Ox Avail Tow Bar Installation - 2014 Honda CR-V

Hey everybody, Ryan here at etrailer. Today on our 2014 Honda CRV, we're going to be taking a look at the Blue Ox Avail tow bar. There's going to be a total of five main components needed to flat tow your CRV down the road. The first one's going to be your base plate. So the base plate is going to provide us with a solid and reliable connection point to hook up our tow bar to. The tow bar is going to be that second component.

RoadMaster Falcon Tow Bar Installation - 2014 Honda CR-V

Hey there, CR-V owners. Today, we're going to be taking a look at Roadmaster's Falcon All-Terrain Non-Binding Tow Bars. Your tow bar is what connects your vehicle to your motor home to allow you to pull it behind you. And with these tow bars, once you get to your campsite if you need to run up and get some charcoal for the grill or anything it's easy to disconnect it and hop on the road real fast. Whereas a tow dolly, or something else, takes a little bit more time to get situated. You don't have to worry about this, and you can leave your RV back at the campsite.For a full flat tow setup, you're going to want to equip your CR-V with the baseplate, and this is the component that our tow bars are going to connect to.

RoadMaster Falcon 2 Tow Bar Review - 2013 Honda CR-V

Rob: Hey everybody, Rob here at, and today we're going to be taking a look at the Roadmaster Falcon 2 tow bar on our 2013 Honda CRV. Now our Falcon 2 tow bar is going to be with actually connecting our towed vehicle to our motor home so we have a nice solid connection point and safely get down the road.So keep in mind, it's only going to be one component of a safe, complete flat tow setup. There's going to be five major components that every car is going to need. The first one is going to be the baseplate. That's what's going to be the connection point so that we can hook up to our motor home and use our tow bar. The next one is going to be your tow bar.

RoadMaster Falcon Tow Bar Installation - 2013 Honda CR-V

All right today on this 2013 Honda CR-V, we're going to install part number RM-522. This is the Roadmaster Falcon All-Terrain Tow Bar. First step is to go ahead and install our quick disconnects onto the car side. These parts will bolt onto the base plate that's already been installed. Now these are labeled, driver's side of the car, and then our accompanying hardware. We've got this plate, which will go over the top with a bolt, one on each side.

Roadmaster Nighthawk All Terrain Tow Bar Installation - 2012 Honda CR-V

Hello neighbors. It's Brad here at etrailer. And today we are taking a look at the Roadmaster Nighthawk on a 2012 Honda CRV. And this is a great tow bar for any of you that want to flat tow your CRV. The Nighthawk is one of Roadmasters premium tow bars. In fact, you can see it as soon as you start handling the product.

Blue Ox Tow Bar Installation - 2012 Honda CR-V

Speaker 1: Today in our 2012 Honda CRV, we're gonna be installing Blue Ox's Alpha Tow Bar, part number BX7365.These tow bars is gonna be a great way to connect your motor home to your vehicle. It's gonna be the interface that goes from your hitch to your base plate, and it's gonna provide you with everything that you need to get it hooked up.What's nice about these tow bars is that they have a non-binding lever. So this lever, which is nicer than some that just have little buttons or other things, you get that extra leverage, so if you're parked on uneven pavement when you're trying to unhook your motor home, the arms can bind up and be tight and difficult to get out of the pins. You press down on this lever, it'll release the arm and allow you to get some movement into it, making it easier to disconnect.The tow bars are also self-aligning, so once you've made your connection, and you take off in your motor home, the arms will extend out and lock into position, keeping your vehicle straight, and directly behind your motor home.The connection point on these tow bars will hook up to any Blue Ox base plate And you can purchase adapters here at to hook it up to a Road Master or Demco base plate.To help ensure long lasting, smooth sliding tow bars, there's a rubber boot that goes over it. This'll keep out any dust or debris and moisture that you get in there, and cause it to bind up.Now when you're done with your tow bars, you can simply fold them up. Bring it up to the top till the pin goes between in the slotted section here.

RoadMaster Blackhawk 2 All Terrain Tow Bar Installation - 2011 Honda CR-V

Clayton: Hello, everyone. Clayton here at Here at, we install, test, and review a lot of different products to help you as a customer make a more educated decision before your purchase.Today, I have a 2011 Honda CRV. We'll be taking a look at, and I'll show you how to install, the Roadmaster Blackhawk 2 All-Terrain Non-Binding Tow Bar with a 10,000-pound weight capacity.Our base plate is going to be one of the key components in our flat towing setup. We're going to have our base plate, our tow bar, our supplemental braking system, our diode wiring, our safety cables, and our fuse bypass. Our tow bar is going to be that key connection point between our base plate and our motor home.My favorite feature of this tow bar is that it's non-binding.

Roadmaster Base Plate Installation - 2001 Honda CR-V

Today on this 2001 Honda CR-V we are going to be installing Roadmaster Base Plate Kit part number 1528-3. First thing we need to do is come underneath and locate front tie down plates on both the drivers and the passengers sides of the vehicle. The other thing that we are going to need located on the vehicle are the existing bolts that are mounting into the sub frame, follow rearward on the vehicle and we want to locate the tubular sway bar here directly behind that there are two bolts. We are going to be using the one that is center most on the vehicle as our attaching point to the sub frame, and we are going to do that on both the drivers and passengers sides of the vehicle, so we are going to want to remove this inboard side bolt. And we will just set those bolts off to the side for a minute; we are going to be reusing those bolts once we get our base plate attached.

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