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Roadmaster High-Low Adapter for Tow Bars - 2" Hitches - 6" Rise/Drop - 6K GTW, 200 lbs TW

Roadmaster High-Low Adapter for Tow Bars - 2" Hitches - 6" Rise/Drop - 6K GTW, 200 lbs TW

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Make up for the height difference between your RV and towed vehicle with this hitch adapter. Provides either a 6" drop or a 6" rise. Hollow shank is lightweight. 1-800-940-8924 to order Roadmaster accessories and parts part number RM-076 or order online at Free expert support on all Roadmaster products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Roadmaster High-Low Adapter for Tow Bars - 2" Hitches - 6" Rise/Drop - 6K GTW, 200 lbs TW. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Roadmaster Accessories and Parts - RM-076

  • Tow Bar
  • Hitch Adapters
  • High-Low Adapter
  • Roadmaster
  • 6 Inch Rise/Drop
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch

Make up for the height difference between your RV and towed vehicle with this hitch adapter. Provides either a 6" drop or a 6" rise. Hollow shank is lightweight.


  • Allows for proper positioning of tow bar
    • Makes up for height difference between RV's hitch and towed vehicle's base plates
    • Also lets you mount a bike rack, cargo carrier, or other 2" hitch accessory
  • Provides either drop or rise for adequate ground clearance
  • Constructed of sturdy steel
    • Hollow shank is lightweight
  • Resists rust and corrosion with black powder coat finish
  • Hitch pin and clip or hitch lock sold separately
  • Made in the USA


  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Drop/rise: 6"
  • Receiver: 2" x 2"
  • Tongue weight: 200 lbs
  • Gross towing weight: 6,000 lbs
  • Length: 15" overall
    • 5" From center of hitch pin hole to angled brace
    • 10-1/4" From center of hitch pin hole to back of receiver tube
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Note: This adapter is designed to flat tow a vehicle only. Do not use to tow a trailer. When using with a hitch-mounted accessory, such as a bike rack or cargo carrier, the tongue weight of your hitch will be reduced by at least 50 percent.

Most tow systems require some sort of hitch accessory to either raise or lower the tow bar to an appropriate level. The "Safe Zone" for a motor-home-mounted tow bar ranges from 3" above level to 3" below. Car-mounted models must be absolutely level. This high-low adapter can provide you with the necessary drop or desired rise to achieve a level tow bar setup.

Adapter Specs

076 Road Master Hi-Low Hitch Adapter - 6" - 6,000 lbs GTW; 200 lbs TW

Installation Details RM-076 Installation instructions

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Roadmaster High-Low Adapter for Tow Bars - 2" Hitches - 6" Rise/Drop - 6K GTW, 200 lbs TW - RM-076

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (348 Customer Reviews)

Make up for the height difference between your RV and towed vehicle with this hitch adapter. Provides either a 6" drop or a 6" rise. Hollow shank is lightweight.


Roger and everyone at etrailer do a wonderful job. Always there to steer you in the right direction. If you go somewhere else your probably making a mistake.

John G.




Easy to install and works perfectly for our RV. Our Class C sits lower than our Jeep. This adapter puts us in the sweet spot for flat towing. Solid construction and I'm not worried about it at all.


this item is perfect for me for my bike rack


I originally purchased a cheaper product. When I read the "manual" that came with it it stated "Not for Towing" Well what else would you do with it? This roadmaster product is really well made and like a lot of things in life complain about it the day you pay for it but never complain again. I will feel comfortable towing my Honda CRV and will not look back - pun intended!

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Katrina B.


These are technically not meant for towing a trailer. This is why it states that. You can definitely use it for your flat tow set up. You can even is it for a bike rack or cargo carrier.


Decided to flat tow my Jeep behind our new motor home. The Jeep has a 3" lift and an after market bumper with D-ring tabs that I will be using to mount the tow bar. To stay withing the tow bar specifications, this adapter is exactly what I needed. I was going to make one but for the price and delivery, it was a no brainer to buy. It's well made and well finished. Another picture in a review had my exact situation and made it easier to make up my mind.
etrailer is one of the best on-line or box store customer service organizations that I have ever dealt with. The documentation, videos, shipping information all outstanding. Thanks


The old saying, you get what you pay for. This is top notch and well made. Definitely would recommend


Once again, Etrailer had just what I was looking for. This 6 inch lowering hitch allows my electric bike carrier to be lowered by 6 inches so that I do not have to lift so high to load the bikes. The extension also allows me to open the tailgate even with the bikes loaded.


I got this so I can have a few inches lift on clearance when I pull in and out of my basement garage and it works. Now I can put the extension with the 6 inch rise and get in and out of the garage with out bottom out the bike rack and not damaging the driveway and my car or the bike rack. Which I took pictures. But if anyone wants pictures I can share and upload it.


Well built and performed as advertised.


Once again, etrailer came through for us!!! If we need anything related to our RV and tow car, THIS is where we always go. Thank you as usual for great customer service and superb products!!!!


Just purchased.a used Class A motorhome and recognized that the receiver was at such a height that would require a high/low adapter extension to line up better with our tow vehicle. Ordered it on a Thurs night and received it the following Monday. It appears to be of excellent quality and the price and shipping charges were much less than the price at my local RV dealership!


Item feels very heavy and well build. Also consider that will "stick out" of your rear bumper a good 10- 15 inches... see picture!
Car is Chevrolet Tracker- idea was to install rear step on the extension but at the moment I just have a towing shackle...

Car is Chevrolet Tracker- idea was to install rear step on the extension but at the moment I just have a towing shackle... " />


Perfect alignment with the 6"riser after I lifted my Jeep wrangler 3.5" plus 35" Nitto tires.



After 1 year with this product, the ion was perfect fit for 35 tire and a 3.5 lift. The tow bar fit is perfectly aligned between Jeep and 6 hitch riser.


Have had good luck with RoadMaster products for many years and I have no doubt that this 6" drop adapter will have a long service life as well. I'm using it to level the tow bar between an F550 4x4 and a Geo Tracker 4x4.


Haven't put it into action just yet, but tested it out for my cargo trailer that would often bottom out, and it looks like its going to work fine.


I knew this product from having a previous 4” drop version. The customer service and lighting fast shipping make ETrailer a trusted source for any parts you may need.


This hitch works great. The distance was perfect to keep my belongings away from my poorly engineered exhaust pipe. I would make sure I shop here before I go anywhere else for my trailer needs.


I'm using the RM-076 as a 6" hitch riser to raise a bicycle rack and the front of my truck. Very well built.


Wish I had this back last summer when I was on vacation. Bought a front hitch for my truck, but it was too low for my four place bike rack. So, long story short, my bike paid the price with two bent rims. Oooops.

Now that I've got this it won't happen again, unless the front axel blows out, or it's a really deep dip in the road - like over a foot.


Solid construction with fast shipping and delivery


My 6" High-low drop down hitch was just what I was looking for looks very well made, the receiver part was a little tight for my tow bar to slip in easy had to hammer it in. The finish seems to be of high quality and I know it will give me many years of service. The shipping and packaging was very good and arrived one day earlier than expected. Would buy from E-trailer again.

Bob S.


Still happy with my hitch and still holding up great.


2004 VW New Beetle tow frame mounting is a very difficult job as the front bumper skin is mounted with four hidden torx bolts at the fender and bumper skin joint. The instructions say the frame can be mounted by leaving that seam connected and lifting the bumper skin but it is likely that damage will occur. So remove the skin. Reinstalling requires replacing the torx bolts and threaded plates with large sheet metal screws and clip nuts that can be purchased at a parts store. Also, be sure to check that the pins will insert after the frame is bolted on. I had clearance issues on the drivers side and had to remove the frame to trim the radiator support with great care as the A/C condenser has a tube within the area of trimming. Also, the braces below the frame fit poorly and require shimming and wiring harness and power steering cooler adjustment. It’s best to install brace to car frame bolts with the tow frame off using the provided nuts on wire rods. Leave loose and tighten when installing frame. The job took three days in my home garage with minimal tools. In retrospect I should have found a Jeep to tow but I owned the Beetle. Good luck.


I received the Roadmaster High-Low Adaptor Hitch Mount in 2 days. It is exactly how it was described and pictured in the catalog. It is heavy duty with a 6000 lb tow rating. My tow vehicle is 4400 lbs so I don't anticipate any problems. I haven't used it yet, other than inserting it into the receiver. It will solve the tow bar level issue with the tow vehicle.

Mark R.


Works perfectly for the vehicle Im towing behind my motor home.


I recently traded in my old toad, a 2009 Honda Fit, and rigged my '05 Element to tow instead, The Element was exactly six inches taller at the tow bar level, and this high-low adapter worked perfectly to bring my tow angle up to level! This adapter is a heavy-duty and well-crafted piece of equipment. Thanks again, etrailer.

Jack M.


My 6 hitch is still in perfect shape. When I began using it last year I spray-painted it twice, and put a thin film of grease in the hitch-pin holes, and it still looks like new, except for a few stickers...


did not use, did not need Returning.

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Katrina B.


Let me get you over to our customer service department for them to set up that return for you.

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