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Old 09-23-2007, 09:31 PM   #1
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I have a CRV with a Roadmaster baseplate and wiring harness...all was professionally installed. I also have a Roadmaster Falcon (not Falcon 2) towbar but do not have the cross piece or the "connectors that bolt to the baseplates...
Where can I find such a beast? Are they standard length or do they differ with car make and model?
Thanks...
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I have a CRV with a Roadmaster baseplate and wiring harness...all was professionally installed. I also have a Roadmaster Falcon (not Falcon 2) towbar but do not have the cross piece or the "connectors that bolt to the baseplates...
Where can I find such a beast? Are they standard length or do they differ with car make and model?
Thanks...
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You should be able to order them from a dealer who handles the Roadmaster brand. Start here:
http://www.roadmaster-tow-bars.com/bracket_types.php
Good luck and keep us posted on the results.
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Thanks for the help. My local dealer had one that had been out in the rain and didn't appear on the inventory when he bought the joint. I assembled the whole thing (using grade 8 bolts)but I still need to get a couple of pieces of steel cut and drilled to act as "washers" or "backing plates" to permanantly attach the nipple plates to the cross bar.
One step at a Time! The good news - the center point of the cross bar is 19" off the ground. The center point of the MH's receiver is 19" off the ground...was that pure dumb luck or what!!?
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