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Old 08-18-2016, 12:15 PM   #15
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I have the older white Brake Buddy sit on the floor up again the seat and plugs into the lighter plug to build up pressure and Blue Ox Silver aluminum Tow Bar and Blue Ox base plate
and the tow bar and brake buddy came with my 99 Gas Monoco which we purchased 2 years ago.
Been very happy with this setup and happy with my 2012 Fit which I use as my
run around car in Florida and have 2015 Odyssey.
I really like towing the Fit and also use when Kayaking because so low and also have bike rack hitch and it's real good MPG,but not the best for long trips or when windy.
I will keep it until time for some thing new.

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Old 08-18-2016, 05:54 PM   #16
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Towbar, baseplate, Braking System and Lighting System for Honda Fit

Originally Posted by afawley View Post
For towing the fit what type of tow bar, brake etc do you use? We are looking at a fit for flat towing behind our Class C Sunseeker 2010. Thanks

You may want to start your own thread on this, or search iRV2 threads. But I'll respond here anyway.

We use a Roadmaster Sterling tow bar, with Roadmaster EZ2 baseplate, and an SMI Stay-in-Play Duo for a braking system. We installed a TowDaddy taillight wiring unit. I believe Hopkins bought TowDaddy and still offers the product under its name.

2008 Holiday Rambler Admiral 30PDD (Ford F53 chassis)
2009 Honda Fit Sport
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