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Thursday, December 3, 2015

The Heavy Duty Roadmaster BlackHawk 2 Tow Bar

If you are the type of RVer that likes to explore the surroundings outside of the campgrounds, then you are going to need an easy way to take your personal vehicle with you on all your adventures. Not everyone wants to stay on site the entire time they are camping. So instead of having to site see and visit other places in your motor home, check out our many tow bars including the heavy duty Roadmaster BlackHawk 2 and other dinghy towing products you may need. 
Tow bars, while in use, get a lot of wear and tear, from bumpy roads to every stop or turn you make, putting all the weight and force on the tow bar. This is why it is important to choose the proper one for the weight of your vehicle being towed. Before you do that though, there is one more important thing to find out, if you choose to go the dinghy towing route. That is can your vehicle be towed with 4 wheels down? If you do not know it is best to call the manufacturer of the vehicle. 
One of our most heavy duty tow bars is the Roadmaster BlackHawk 2 All Terrain Tow Bar which is great for towing most vehicles, especially heavier/larger vehicles like suburbans, hummers and full size pick-ups. It has a large hook up radius allowing you to not be perfectly lined up and still easily connect. Just the same with disconnecting, the Freedom Latch makes it so you can release the tow bar at any angle. You will never have to worry about the lock binding or you skinning your knuckles ever again. With this simple way of connecting and disconnecting it is possible for one person to hook up or unlatch this tow bar. It has built in channel guides, so you will never have to wrap up hanging safety cables and power cords again. This design was built to last with self lubricating nylon bushings to reduce friction, solid stainless steel inner arms and a powder coat finish for maximum durability and to keep it from rusting. This can be motorhome-mounted, conveniently storing it on the back. By using the storage latch you can fold it up and lock it into place, when ready to use again, lift the tow bar up and press the latch to release the lock.
Towing a vehicle behind your motor home is a nice added feature, but always keep in mind safety. If you want the products that will make you feel safe when hooking up, check out dinghy towing products on our site at RVupgrades.com. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.

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