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Old 09-06-2019, 08:51 AM   #1
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Have to replace our blue ox after a scary break in one arm- has anyone ever used the NSA RB9050 tow system with built in braking- a bit more expensive than the Blue Ox- need pro’s vs Con’s
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You may want to call BlueOx. I would go with the BlueOx again. Less to buy but the other is good also.
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I would go with the new NSA Hercules towbars with built-in ReadyBrake. It's rated at 12,000 lbs and has a lifetime warranty!
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We’ve been very happy with our Ready Brute Elite over the last 22,000 miles.
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Love my ready brute elite with the built in brake system. Never was a Blue Ox fan.
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We have used our Ready Brute on three coaches for 90k plus miles Trouble free simple to maintain with a simple brake system. Love the product
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Have to replace our blue ox after a scary break in one arm- has anyone ever used the NSA RB9050 tow system with built in braking- a bit more expensive than the Blue Ox- need pro’s vs Con’s
I'd like to hear more about your problem; what model Blue Ox and what broke & why?
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