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Old 05-04-2012, 02:18 AM   #57
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MaxTurner1,

It looks to me like you have the standard Roadmaster base plates (we have them on our Jeep). Is there a cross hole in there square tubing for a hitch pin a few inches from the front of the bracket? If so, I would say they are Roadmaster.



If so there are two adapters for your Blue Ox available. The first has a fixed cross bar, which means you have to remove the hitch pins and remove the entire bracket as an assembly. It is the cheaper solution and can be viewed here: ROADMASTER BRACKET TO BLUE OX OR DEMCO TOW BAR ADAPTER PART 033

The second can be removed a piece at a time and is a little more expensive and can be found here: ROADMASTER BRACKET TO BLUE OX OR DEMCO TOW BAR ADAPTER PART 032

I would suggest you call Roadmaster to be sure.
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Dale,
I'm sure you nailed it. Thanks. I have looked at the links and either option would work, but I still need the part that inserts into the square that sticks out. There are matching holes on both sides of it for a locking pin. Any idea where to get that piece? Both options indicate you already have them.
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Roadmaster ..... by taking the Jeep and tow bar to an RV dealer as earlier suggested, they could have identified this is about 2 seconds...... without obligation to buy anything!
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Max,

Think I'd call Roadmaster, Camping World or any Roadmaster vendor for parts information. Worse comes to worse you may have to purchase the entire bracket. There really isn't much to the piece you need a good fab/welding shop could build them pretty quickly??
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