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Old 08-01-2021, 04:04 PM   #1
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New Used Toad with existing Toad setup

We just purchased a 2011 Honda CR-V to replace an older Honda civic as our toad. It looks like the has been used as a toad before, but most of the components are different than what I was used to on civic.

I recognize the 4- way electrical plug, but can anyone help me identify the other two components in the middle of the attached picture?

Also, the base plate is labeled roadmaster, but it doesn't look like any roadmaster system that I've ever seen. Can anyone help me identify this base plate system or comment on its compatibility with the Roadmaster falcon all-terrain tow bar?

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To the left of the breakaway switch looks like an airline connection. What is the braking system that is installed? Air Force One?
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The base plate " receivers" look like what I had on a prior toad & MH. Roadmaster and the type that has a crossbar between the mountings. The Roadmaster bar than attaches to the fittings on the crossbar.
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To the left of the breakaway switch looks like an airline connection. What is the braking system that is installed? Air Force One?
I'm not sure about the braking system. We just purchased it yesterday, but haven't taken possession yet.

Any idea what base plate system it is?
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Look at Roadmaster or etrailer site for more but here is a start.
https://www.roadmasterinc.com/produc...s/falconat.php
If you had a Falcom bar from before... didn't it have a crossbar? Or is the Falcon new to you also?
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Thanks all. I got it figured out. The base plate is the 1559-1 and the brackets are compatible with my tow bar. I just have to move the bolt-on pieces from my old brackets to the new ones that Roadmaster is making for me
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