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Old 03-24-2010, 07:46 AM   #1
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Towing a Honda CR-V EX

Hi All,
I have more informaiton. What is the least expensive way to equip this vehicle to tow? Both braking and Tow bar. I already am towing a trailer so can that brack controler work for the car or is it an independent piece of equipment>
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Old 03-24-2010, 11:29 PM   #2
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Different brake system completly. I use a ready-brake in our CR-V, if you look around you can get one for around $1000.00. I have a universal towbar with a roadmaster baseplate. Maybe not the cheapest way, but its safe and effective.

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I went with Blue Ox system. I shopped around online and purchased the base plate from BlueOxTowbars.com and the towbar from Ebay. I purchase my BrakeBuddy Classic from PPL Houston, TX. I installed both base plates and wiring myself. The base plate was somewhat challenging, but do-able. Just have the right tools ready to go. I also purchased a full mask cover for the CRV from Coastlinecover.com. Good luck!
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