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Old 12-12-2009, 06:33 PM   #1
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Where to sell RV Tow Bar and Brake Buddy

My wife and I are buying aother motorhome, but have a dilemma. The one we are buying comes with a new tow bar and braking system.

Our problem is that our soon to be former motorhome has the All Terrain Tow Bar that we just purchased 6 months ago, along with the Brake Buddy. We put alot into both of these and would take much less than they are worth, but where do we sell them. I know there is a classified section here, but I have trouble getting anything listed.

I need to move these so I don't have to store them. I appreciate any and all advise.
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By all means place your ad in iRV2 to get exposure to a broad range of motor home owners. That said, tow bars and Brake Buddies are not convenient to ship and to get a more local focus, Craigslist has a ton of motor home related ads near cities of any appreciable size.

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I had an ad in the iRV2 classifieds for a Blue Ox tow bar along with another ad at craigslist. I ended up selling it from craigslist to a local person.

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I was able to buy mine off of Craigs list, it's a good place to list it, but unfortunantly, as with all web sites, you have to watch out for scammers, and people with funny money!
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Hey Buckeye is the Brake Buddy a Custom or Vantage and you can send info look at my info site.Also how much?
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Please keep all discussions about the details off line as the selling of items in the forums is not permitted by the rules.

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make model nomber on these?...how much are you asking for them?
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Since the warning went unheeded, I'm closing this thread.

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I would list it on your local Craigslist.org web site and Hitchtrader.com.
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