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RoadMaster 68" Single Hook, Coiled Safety Cables - 6,000 lbs

RoadMaster 68" Single Hook, Coiled Safety Cables - 6,000 lbs

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Get the strength of steel and the security of spring-loaded clasps with this pair of vinyl-coated safety cables. Each cable features a spring hook on one end and a quick-link on the other. Great Prices for the best safety cables from Roadmaster. RoadMaster 68" Single Hook, Coiled Safety Cables - 6,000 lbs part number RM-643 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Roadmaster Safety Cables - RM-643

  • 6000 lbs GTW
  • Coiled Cables
  • Snap Hooks
  • 68 Inch Long
  • Roadmaster
  • Coated Cables

Get the strength of steel and the security of spring-loaded clasps with this pair of vinyl-coated safety cables. Each cable features a spring hook on one end and a quick-link on the other.


  • Safety cables offer extra security for your tow system
  • Aircraft-type, galvanized steel construction offers superior strength
  • Heavy-duty, drop-forged steel hooks have spring-loaded latches for added security
  • Vinyl coating keeps the cables from scratching and chipping your tow bar
  • Products made in the USA
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty


  • Quantity: 2
  • Length: 68"
  • Capacity: 6,000 lbs

643 RoadMaster 68" Single Hook, Coiled Safety Cables - 6,000 lbs

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

Video Transcript for RoadMaster Coiled Safety Cables Installation - 2013 Honda CR-V

Hey everybody. Rob [email protected]. And today we're going to be taking a look at the Roadmaster 60 inch coiled safety cables with a single hook. Now to help us with our installation, we're also going to be using the Roadmaster eight inch safety cable extensions with a quick disconnect on. And whenever you're towing, your CRV is very important to have safety cables, not only to make sure that we're being nice and safe, but also to be within the law. We don't want to get a ticket and we also don't want to do anything unsafe.

Because our safety cables are going to be our last line of defense in case a catastrophic disconnect we're to happen with our tow bar. Now I really like the coil design because when we need the length that cable can stretch but when we don't, it's now retracted in a nice little package and keep that cable from dragging on the ground, causing any damage.Each one of our cables are going to be made out of an aircraft type galvanized steel. It's going to be high strength and low weight, so you can make it a lot easier to work with, but also very strong. They're also going to have a nice vinyl coating on them. So don't have to worry about scratching or chipping our tow bar.

On one end, we'll have a drop forged steel hook that is going to be spring loaded. So it's going to be easy to hook them up and unhook them. And they have a little bit more security and strength than the standard S hooks. Now our safety cables are going to be rated at 6,000 pounds for the pair. We're going to be right in line with our tow bar, as well as how much our CRV weighs.

You just want to double check your owner's manual to make sure that you are within that limit.So keep in mind, that's only going to be one component of a safe, complete flat tow setup. There's really five major components that every car is going to need. The first one is going to be the base plate. That's what's going to be the connection points that we can hook up to our motor home and use our tow bar. Now the next one is going to be your tow bar and that's, what's going to hook to the base plate and to your motor home.

So you can safely pull your car down the road. After that, we're going to need safety cables, which are going to be your secondary line of defense in case our tow bar fails. And there's an accidental disconnection. Next we're going to need wiring. Now there's going to be several different kinds of wiring, but I always suggest diodes if your car can use it, because then we don't have anything extra to set up and it's going to use the car's tail lights to get the signals.And finally, we're going to have our braking system. Now braking system is going to you're required in almost every state and for good reason, we're putting a lot of weight behind our motor home. And we're asking a lot when we slow down because not only does it need to slow itself down, but now we added a couple thousand pounds behind it. So braking system is going to allow our CRV to slow itself down. So we're not putting so much strain and stress on our motor home. That's specifically for our CRV I do recommend the Roadmaster FuseMaster Fuse Bypass because if you look in your owner's manual, you're going to be required to pull a fuse. And it's just a lot easier to hit a switch rather than having to pull the fuse thrown into the dash, put it in the cup holder, remember to put it back. It's just a lot easier flip a switch and you could be on your way.One last component that I do recommend is going to be the Roadmaster Brake-Lite Relay. And what that's going to do is that's going to prevent our CRV from overriding the turn signals that we're coming from our motor home. For going down the road, going down the highway when it change lanes but at the same time, we may need to slow down a little bit. If we hit our brakes on our motor home and have a supplemental braking system, our CRV, that brake signal is going to cut our blinker out and it'll go salad in the back, which means it's going to be really unsafe driving around. But that brake light relay will allow us to not have that happen. But when we're driving, normally our brake lights will work just fine.Now we've seen what our cables look like and gone over some of the features. Let's show you easy to hook everything up. So I like to do that. I like to take the spring loaded in with the hook. I'm going to attach that directly to my CG connection point on my base plate. We'll do the same thing on the other side with our other safety cable. Now we can take the other end of our cable. We'll start routing it towards our motor home. Now, once we get underneath the center section of our tow bar here or close to the motor home, I like to cross my cables over. So I'm going to go from the passenger side of my car, to the driver's side on my hitch, on the motor home.Then on the other end by our motor home loosen up the quick link and you can see, we do have enough room to reach and actually get it hooked on there. However, our tow bar is not extended to the full length right now. We're going to lose a little bit. Instead of having our safety cables so tight and stretched so far, I'm going to disconnect them here and we're going to be using some safety cable extensions. Now these are going to be the same kind of material and the vinyl coating on them. They're going to have a short eight inch extension with a quick link on it. I'll attach my quick link to my hitch, make sure to tighten the knob up.And then I can just attach my safety cables to the other end using the quick link that's on the end of the safety cable itself. Now that gives us plenty of slack so that we can reach everything and have everything hooked up. And we're not pulling so tight on the safety cables, but at the same time that coiled cable is going to keep it off the ground. So we'll go ahead and hook up the other side, the exact same way. And the main reason why we even needed these extensions to begin with is really because we have this high low adapter here, because if it was not here, our safety cables and everything would actually be moved a lot closer to the hitch. And you can see that our cables are almost the same length as the high low adapter. So it just makes it so we don't have to worry about getting longer cables or if we just need that just a little bit of extra room to reach our connection point.Now our safety cable extensions are going to have a lot of the same features as our regular safety cables, the vinyl coating around the steel cable and everything else. However, these are actually going to be rated higher than the safety cables. Our extensions are only rates at 8,000 pounds, which is a good thing, cause we can always go higher than the rating, but we never want to go lower than the reading of our cables, our tow bar, or any other component in our setup. With all that being said, I'm Rob [email protected] and that'll finish up your look at the Roadmaster 68 inch coiled safety cables, as well as the Roadmaster safety cable extensions on our 2013 Honda CRV.

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RoadMaster 68" Single Hook, Coiled Safety Cables - 6,000 lbs - RM-643

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (546 Customer Reviews)

Get the strength of steel and the security of spring-loaded clasps with this pair of vinyl-coated safety cables. Each cable features a spring hook on one end and a quick-link on the other.


the safety cables are coiled and so much better than the straight cables I had previously. Well worth the price.


3rd Road master tow bar I have installed on my toads (Miata, Honda Fit and Kia Soul). All are well built but not all interference issues are in instructions and video. On the Kia Soul, wasted 3 hours figuring out bolt was too short for blind assembly inside a pocket. Also radiator air guides needed trimming. Just plan for more time and be patient.


Dealing with eTrailer to purchase and install my own base plate made me feel like I had a team of experts at my disposal. The installation is not easy and not for everyone, but with the help of chat sessions and videos, I believe that most people with some good working knowledge of tools can get it done.


Held up well over the last year under heavy use.


I haven't installed anything yet, but shipping is very fast and the etrailer people are right on top of everything. Up to this point it seems like a great company to do business with!
Thank you
Rick Tinder



Works great.


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


Working well as coils better than cable quicker rig up and rig down.


We have used these for about a year, several trips from GA to NH and MI towing our Jeep it works well with our tow set-up. We use these as secondary protection in case the jeep comes loose from the tow bar.


The safety coiled cables were a good fit for my application on my 2014 Honda crv


Works great and long enough to connect to both vehicles with the Roadmaster Falcon2 hitch.


Good quality and I like the coils better because it helps keep the install cleaner.


Great for my application with the Roadmaster Tow Bar


Work great with the Roadmaster StowMaster tow bar.


Good quality, easy to use. Would prefer snap hooks on both ends, but minor detail!


I purchased a Blue Ox base plate, Air Force One braking system, and a light kit for my 2013 Durango. I could have not asked for an easier process with selecting and ordering, also the tutorials and videos were a great help in determining what was the best system for me . Everything arrived as planned and in great condition. This is not my first time using and my prior experience was equally good.

Ken G.


After using the items I reviewed, about 6,000 miles, I am more than satisfied. The towing setup is easy to hook up and unhook and the braking system is second to none. All of the installation was completed by myself and a friend, both of us have a technical background him more than me and we found the videos of the installation extremely helpful.Thank you for following up and providing excellent products as well as support services.


I needed safety cables to go with a Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain towbar that I purchased aftermarket. These work perfectly with my setup. The folks at are all knowledgeable and provide top advice when I need assistance. They are competitive on price and shipping is very prompt. They are my go-to source for all my towing needs.

Robert H.


Used a lot for the last year, and still work perfectly.


I wont replace them anytime soon, but I wont get the same thing again. Having to pull against the coils in the to hook up the cables negates the fact that the tension keeps them off of the ground. It is at least as easy to put a few twists in a traditional chain and get the same results without the tug of war and extra expense. Beside that, my tow bar has channels on each arm that I could run a none coiled cable through if I wanted to go that route. With just a little more than 1,000 miles on them, there is already abrasion on the plastic coating. As I write this, I am thinking maybe I will return them - better check into the policy.



Havent replaced them yet, but I regret getting the coiled cables every hookup and disconnect


Installed on 2019 Jeep Trailhawk for Duo brake system so it was part of the completing that process that included the DUO. Installed Roadmaster Direct Connect base plate, Duo Brake systems to be used with Falcon All Terrain- The system has been great so far after one year in service.

The total install for everything probably took me 25-30 hours, working on it over several days. Removal of brand Jeep quarter panel and front end grill was a little nerve wreaking, but easy install on tow plates. The brake and electrical work used the other 60% of the time on this job.

I would consider myself to have intermediate skills for automotive repair activity. The slicing of the various electrical brake light system wires was a little challenging to due access in the front end and rear brake light housing. The video's from was very helpful in completing the process from start to finish ( although I had to watch it a number of times as I completed each portion of the install)

Note - The jeep brake light wiring will be connected to a plug in receptacle installed at the front of the jeep. Where the coil wire from the RV that plugs into this installed receptacle can become loose from plugging /unpluging the coil wire.
The pins can be pushed back thru that rubber housing easily if extreme caution isn't used each time and over time can loose contact with the coil connector. They should improve the plastic sheath that covers the backside of the pins in that receptacle so they cannot be pushed thru the back side.


I installed the kit. Didn't have many problems. It is a really stout setup. I am very pleased with the kit and very good instructions.


I ordered a Falcon II tow bar, Base plate for a GMC Canyon, Demco Stay-n-play braking system and safety cables. worked exactly as it should, directions were easy to follow. All hardware was included. This system allowed us to tow our Canyon 10K miles around the country. super easy to use and I was able to connect and disconnect in less than 5 min. I liked the system enough that I bought the same setup for our new vehicle.


Roadmaster was real slow with the delivery of the seat adapter. But Michael kept me informed all the way through to the delivery. etrailer is 5 stars all the way from start to finish. I look forward to using them in my orders to follow.
Now for ROADMASTER products
RM-643 safety cables quality is good work fine Delivery was fast
RM-9160 brake master system Love this system instructions were easy to follow
RM-15267 toad tail light/brake wiring good instructions for install
RM-1550-1 base plate good instructions for install except you need to drill two 1/2'' holes you must measure and mark as there is no pilot hole.
The whole system works great with the 2008 Honda Pilot
RM-88189 seat adapter I have yet to install as I had to make up my own for the trip.
I will say the seat adapter bracket is made just for the Honda and Acura, they had to make custom make. Thanks to all the car towed great for my first trip of 1,100 miles


After an unsuccessful and inaccurate description ended with me receiving the wrong product from Amazon, I order these cables from eTrailer. Perfect. Just what I wanted and for the right price. This completes my towing package for my "toad."

Tom P.


Ive made several trips with these cables and they still meet all my expectations. They connect and disconnect easily and store conveniently due to the fact they coil compactly. Theyve been a wise choice over time. More than worth the price.


Adam was awesome to talk with on the phone , went through step by step on what I needed and what I didn't for what I was wanting to do.


RoadMaster is ALWAYS "Top Quality"!!!


etrailer is the best to work with, I needed a couple items after installing a baseplate, and they could not be more helpful! One call, easy order, quick ship. Thank you!



Safety cables are great, uncoil easily, and a winch to hook up. I can hook or unhook in less than 2 minutes. Good quality metals, no rust!

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  • Length of Roadmaster Safety Cables part # RM-643
    When fully stretched out the safety cables part # RM-643 are 68 inches. There really isn't a minimum distance needed with these, but they are intended for use with a tow bar which will be around 50 inches or so.
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  • How Long are the Roadmaster Safety Cables RM-643
    When stretched out each cable in safety cable set # RM-643 is 68 inches long. Let me know if you are looking for a specific length.
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  • Where to Measure to Determine How Much Rise/Drop Is Needed for Ball Mount
    I attached an FAQ that details how to pick out the correct ball mount. Picking out the correct ball mount will allow your trailer to sit as level as possible. Basically you will first measure the height from the ground to the top of the receiver opening on the hitch while on level ground. Next, you will measure the coupler height from the ground to the bottom of the trailer coupler when the trailer is on level ground. Next, you will need to compute the difference. If the hitch height is...
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  • Can Safety Cables be Used in Place of Safety Chains when Towing a Trailer
    Yes, you could use the coiled safety cables # RM-643 in place of safety chains when towing your trailer. Just make sure that the trailer is under the 6,000 pound capacity of the cables.
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  • Weight Rating of Roadmaster 68 Safety Cables
    I'm not 100 percent certain if you are asking what the rating is or stating what the rating is for a cable, but the bottom line is that the Roadmaster 68" Single Hook, Coiled Safety Cables # RM-643 are rated for 6,000 lbs each, but that does not mean two of them give you a 12,000 lb capacity because if one were to break the capacity is 6,000 lbs and that is what the rating is for. I have added a link to a video review of these cables for you as well as a link to our entire selection of...
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  • Attaching Roadmaster Safety Chains to 2016 Chevy Sonic
    I strongly recommend following the directions to install the safety cables. Roadmaster states safety cables # RM-643 must connect the towing vehicle to the towed vehicle (your 2016 Chevy Sonic) with the RV being the anchor. I have added a photo from the directions showing how the cables should be set up for you to take a look at.
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  • Safety Cables to Use with Roadmaster Tow Bar Falcon 2 RM-525
    Coiled safety cables part # RM-643 would work great with the Roadmaster tow bar part # RM-525. These have a 6,000 lb capacity and since they are coiled they are easy to keep off the ground.
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  • Type of Safety Cables Included in Roadmaster StowMaster Tow Bar Combo Kit RM-9252
    The Roadmaster StowMaster and StowMaster All-Terrain Combo Kit # RM-9252 does include coiled safety cables. The linked video illustrates. The safety cable set on its own is part # RM-643.
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  • Safety Cable Recommendation When Flat Towing a Vehicle
    Safety cables are sold in sets of 2. You will need 2 cables when flat towing a vehicle. You will also want to make sure that the cables criss-cross beneath the tow bar. This is a safety measure so that the cables form a cradle that can catch the tow bar in the event it becomes detached from the tow vehicle. You also want cables that have a listed capacity that is greater than the gross vehicle weight (the weight of the vehicle and everything in it). For a good set of 6,000 pound cables,...
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  • Safety Cable Recommendation for Roadmaster Tracker Tow Bar
    We recommend coiled safety cables like the Roadmaster 68" Single Hook, Coiled Safety Cables # RM-643. With these you can wrap them around the arms of the tow bar and since they're coiled they'll tension themselves and not drag. I attached a review video for these cables for you to check out as well.
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  • What Is Needed To Upgrade Flat-Towing Components From Roadmaster Falcon To Blackhawk 2 Tow Bar
    The Blackhawk 2 Tow Bar, part # RM-422 would be a great choice for you. This is designed to work well with the Roadmaster EZ, EZ2, MS, MX, XL and Standard base plates. The tow bar also has a quick-disconnect system that makes it easy to mount and remove the tow bar. Since you said you have the Falcon tow bar, I would guess you have the base plates already. If you do not, for your 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee, we offer the Roadmaster Base Plates, part # 521440-1B as long as your Jeep is not...
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  • Safety Cable Recommendation for Use with Roadmaster Falcon 2 Tow Bar
    The most popular set of tow bar safety cables we offer for use with the Roadmaster Falcon 2 part # RM-520 is the coiled kit part # RM-643 are overall 68 inches long but since they are coiled you can wrap them around the arms of the tow bar and they'll stay off the ground. These also have a 6,000 lb capacity.
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  • Ignition Position For Flat Towing A 2015 Volkswagen Beetle
    Putting the ignition into the ACC position prevents your steering column from locking up and will allow your wheels to turn freely as your motorhome turns. It has been recommended to keep the key in the ignition while in the ACC position to ensure your steering column stays unlocked. VW does not recommend flat towing but they have recommended a max speed of 65mph to prevent any steering issues, such as jackknifing or oversteering. So as long as your wheel can freely turn and you maintain...
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  • Recommended Safety Cables for a 2004 Jeep Liberty
    The safety cables that I recommend for your 2004 Jeep Liberty are the RoadMaster 68" Single Hook Coiled Safety Cables part # RM-643 because they have a coiled design so they won't drag the ground while in tow. They also have easy to use clevis hooks as well as a suitable weight capacity for your Jeep.
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  • Safety Cables to Use with Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar
    A lot of people really like the coiled safety cables like the Roadmaster part # RM-643 since they are really easy to keep from dragging since the coils take up the extra slack and you can easily wrap them around the arms of the tow bar. These would work great with your Falcon All Terrain part # RM-522 and have the same weight capacity of 6,000 b as well.
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  • Recommended Safety Cables For Use With D-Ring Adapter Mounts For 2004 Jeep Wrangler
    The Roadmaster Sterling All Terrain, Non-Binding Tow Bar - Motor Home Mount - 2" Hitch - 8K # RM-576 will have the cables completely removed from the system when using the Adapter for Jeep D-Ring Bumper Mounts to Roadmaster Motor Home Mount Tow Bars - 3/4" Thick # RM-035. These cables do not have adapters available for the ball end. I recommend the RoadMaster 68" Single Hook, Coiled Safety Cables - 6,000 lbs # RM-643 for this application.
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  • Differences Between Roadmaster Stowmaster # RM-501 And Falcon 2 # RM-520 Tow Bars
    Quality-wise, both tow bars are equivalent. Both have the same 6,000 lb capacity, but the StowMaster # RM-501 is a car-mount and the Falcon 2 # RM-520 is a motorhome mount. The Stowmaster connects to the motorhome via a coupler installed on the tow bar. A ball mount and a 2 inch trailer ball would be needed. When not in use, the tow bar would fold up and store on the front of the towed vehicle for storage unless you wanted to remove it every time. The Stowmaster isn't compatible will all...
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  • Recommended Straight Safety Cables For Roadmaster Falcon Tow Bar With Enclosed Cable Guides
    Since the guides on the Roadmaster Falcon Tow Bar # RM-522 are enclosed, I would go with straight cables. The coiled may have a tendency to want to coil up and that would not work with the Falcon. The cables I recommend are part # RM-645. These are 64-inch long straight cables and will work well with the Falcon tow bar.
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  • Can Roadmaster Safety Cables be Used on a 2003 Landrover Discover II with Blue Ox base Plates
    The Roadmaster 68-inch Single Hook Safety Cables # RM-643, will work out great for use with your Roadmaster Falcon tow bar and Blue Ox Base plates. However, you will need to use the adapter bar specified for using Roadmaster tow bars with Blue Ox base plates; the Roadmaster Tow Bar Adapter # RM-031. The Roadmaster safety cables # RM-643 will work wonderfully with the Roadmaster built-in cable guide on the Falcon tow bar. The safety cables that you mentioned above, the Roadmaster EZ Hook...
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  • Will the Roadmaster Invisi-Brake Work on a 2002 Volkswagen Jetta
    The Roadmaster InvisiBrake Supplemental Braking System # RM-8700 that you referenced could certainly work in your 2002 Volkswagen Jetta. I attached an install video on a similar vehicle for you to check out as well. It sounds like you have the big components for your flat-towing setup, but you may also be interested in a lighting solution and safety cables. For a permanent lighting solution that would function in a similar way as the Invisi-Brake check out the Roadmaster Tail Light Wiring...
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  • Tow Bar Lighting Recommendation for 2001 Land Rover Discovery II
    Supplemental braking does not activate vehicle turn signals when being flat towed so you'd need to install a tow bar lighting kit to allow that. 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 to control the taillight assemblies of the towed vehicle. This comes with a round 6-way connector that you will install on the front of your towed vehicle and...
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  • Safety Cables to Flat Tow a Jeep Liberty Behind an RV
    The safety cables I recommend the most are # RM-643. They are coiled but stretch out to 68 inches. The coiled design helps keep the cables off of the ground. If you want to go longer I recommend # RM-653. These are 80 inches long.
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  • Coiled or Straight Safety Cables for Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar
    In general people tend to like the coiled safely cables like # RM-643 more simply because the design helps to keep the extra slack from hanging lower towards the ground or getting tangled on something. With that being said when it comes to tow bars like the Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain # RM-522 that you referenced, which feature integrated cable channels, straight safety cables are the better option. Straight cables like # RM-645 are just going to provide easier installation when feeding...
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  • Flat Towing Setup Recommendation for a 1993 Chevy S-10 Blazer
    There are several components needed to flat-tow a vehicle like your 1993 Chevy Blazer. The first thing you will need is a base plate kit. For a kit that is confirmed to fit your vehicle you would want the Roadmaster Base Plate Kit # 131-15. This provides the attachment point for the vehicle to the tow bar. The tow bar I would recommend to go with that base plate kit would be part # RM-501. This is a car mounted tow bar that comes with Quick Disconnects that would not require the use of...
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