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Old 11-25-2016, 06:40 PM   #1
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Tow systems and braking systems

I am looking to purchase a Class A Diesel pusher and tow a Jeep Wrangler. Looking at both Blue Ox and Roadmaster tow systems. Also looking at the SMI Air Force One and Roadmaster Invisibreak for the breaking system. Would love to hear everyone's opinions. Thanks in advance.
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Old 11-25-2016, 08:54 PM   #2
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I pulled two different Wranglers. Tow bar is a Roadmaster Falcon 2, lots of miles, never had a problem. |Brake system RVI (https://rvibrake.com/collections/sho...braking-system) same thing, used for a number of years, no problems.

I have to add friends have many different tow bars, some have auxiliary brakes some don't ( they are taking a chance in my opinion). All seem to work fine although each believe they have the best one.

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I've used nothing but RoadMaster products since I first started towing four down. Have never had a problem with any of it, but if I did the factory was only 20 miles or less away from home.
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i have a road master tow bar and af-1 brake system on 14 wrangler. never had a problem easy to hook up. less then 5 min. total.
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