Okay so I got a New 2015 Jeep Trail Hawk, that is capable of 4 flat towing behind our 2000 Fleetwood Storm. I have heard of the Blue Ox brake system and I know I need some type of Hitch. So what is out there on the market that is easy to hook up the Jeep to the motor home. I have not done this before and now that we will not need the Tow dolly what do I need to do?
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We have a Jeep Wrangler as a toad but it is lifted and has a winch up front so we needed a specific plate for the front. Because of that (even though I live 20 min from Roadmaster HQ) I had to go with a Blue Ox towbar. We purchased the Avail and are very happy with it. For an auxillary brake system we didn't want anything to put in and out so in the end we chose the Intellibrake system. It has also worked well for us so far.
2005 Airstream 396 XL Land Yacht with Cat 330 C7
2016 Grand Design Solitude 369RL-R 5th Wheel
I like the Ready Brake, or Ready Brute (tow bar w/built in brake) I would also use the Blue Ox BX1136 Plate. Looking to get it installed soon. Do I also need to do the light kit or is there something more simple than that?
Anything else I would need get? I am having it installed by installers.