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Old 07-17-2012, 07:28 PM   #1
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Roadmaster/Jeep Tow Parts?

I have these Roadmaster parts. They were used with a Falcon All-Terrain tow system to tow a Jeep Liberty.

What are they called?
Are they useful with any other vehicles?

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Old 07-17-2012, 08:00 PM   #2
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The bottom par looks like part of the base plate. You need the rest to attach it to the frame. I have a stowmaster that attaches to the same mount. You need the vehicle side of the mount and one of the options that hooks to the tow vehicle.

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I got the gear to hook up a Libby up to '07 with our coach. What you have there is 1/2 of the baseplate (top 2 items) and the part that comes with the towbar to adapt the tow bar to the baseplate.

The long thing on the bottom comes with the Falcon 2 I know for sure, and the baseplate kit for the Libby has 2 receivers the parts you have fit into.
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We have those as well because we tow a Jeep Liberty with a Falcon All Terrain towbar & Roadmaster system. The top 2 items are the mounting arm brackets that attach to the base plate on the Jeep. The brackets hold the quick-disconnect crossbar - the long item at the bottom of your photo - which is what the Falcon tow bars attach to.

The mounting arm brackets would be vehicle specific, I'd think, since the baseplate they attach to varies with the make/model/year of vehicle. Although maybe more than 1 vehicle might use the same baseplate. The crossbar would need to go with a Falcon tow bar system.

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