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Old 04-15-2011, 08:46 AM   #1
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Hello, everyone My wife and have just purchased our first rv a 06 monaco dip .We haven't taken delivery yet,probably in the next week .my question is what tow system should i purchase for towing my 4 door jeep (4000)lbs. Any advice will truly be appreciated.Oh and please be patient for a response from me, i am the one finger typing bandit lol.

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Old 04-15-2011, 08:56 AM   #2
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First I will assume that your Jeep is towable 4 wheels down. That being said, Blue Ox and Roadmaster are two big names in towing.
I personally have the Roadmaster brackets on my Buick Rendezvous and I use the Roadmaster Sterling All Terrain tow bar. I purchased the brackets and tow bar online from rvadventure.net and had a local shop install it for me. It cost me $150 to have the brackets put on my vehicle. I think that's a pretty good price to pay for professional installation.

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I have a 2 dr jeep. I tow with a Currie baseplate (replaces the front plastic valance panel with a steel one; $200, easy bolt on and hell for stout. Having seen some "professional" jobs, I took my chances and did it myself), a Blue Ox tow bar, and a Brake Buddie. I used the CoolTech wiring harness for the jeep lights, which almost installs itself, plugs directly into the Jeep harness. takes maybe 5 minutes to set everything up. Getting the baseplate and wiring set up was an easy half-day job. Personally, I think the Blue Ox base plate is overpriced and flimsy compared to the Currie (they make the Rock Jock line of skid plates). The Blue Ox towbar, however, is a gorgeous piece of machinery, worth every penny when trying to hook up in a snowstorm.

The Brake Buddie is a pretty simple device, there are more sophisticated systems out there, but it's certainly easy and relatively inexpensive, and has the additional advantage of being easily salable if I decide to go with something else in the future.
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Old 04-16-2011, 12:47 PM   #4
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Blue Ox and Roadmaster, can't go wrong with either. Welcome to the forum, there are a lot of nice folks on this forum that are always willing to help. As they say, Ask and you will receive.
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I see this is your first post. Welcome.

There are many threads on this subject and I would do a little searching and reading. There are many opinions and products to review.

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thanks for the info rich and cork
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We went with the Roadmaster brackets and the Sterling All Terrain tow bar for our Buick Rendezvous. The tow bar is very easy to use.

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