What Is A Tow Bar

Written by Hitchweb Team
Monday, March 25, 2013 — 1 Comment


The Aladdin Blue Ox Tow Bar

A Tow Bar is a device that attaches to a Baseplate to tow your vehicle behind your motorhome / RV. There are two choices of Tow Bars; Motorhome Mounted and Car Mounted. Each style easily folds up and safely stores.

RV-Mounted Tow Bars insert into your motor home's trailer hitch receiver and stay mounted on your RV, which means not having to pack and unpack. Since there is no use for a coupler, there is one less spot where your system can become uncoupled, also no rattle and play.

Car Mounted Tow Bars function the same as an A-frame trailer, attaching to the trailer hitch ball on your RV with an integrated coupler.

Choose between our selection of leaders in the towing world - Blue Ox, Demco & Roadmaster. If you already have a baseplate on your towed vehicle, you need to choose the Tow Bar manufacturer that matches your Baseplate's. If you prefer a Tow Bar by by a different manufacturer, this is possible with the use of a Baseplate Adapter.

Posted in RV Towing

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