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Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain, Non-Binding Tow Bar - Motorhome Mount - 2" Hitch - 6,000 lbs

Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain, Non-Binding Tow Bar - Motorhome Mount - 2" Hitch - 6,000 lbs

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Is this right for you? Product Expert Kristina F says:

Yes, if you:

  • Tow a Jeep, mid-size truck or SUV
  • Like to camp on rougher terrain - non-binding arms let you easily disconnect
  • Like a clean, uncluttered look

No, if you:

  • Tow a larger SUV or truck - your loaded down vehicle may exceed the 6,000-lb weight rating
The hassle-free latches on this hitch-mounted tow bar let you easily release your car, even at a hard angle or on unlevel ground. Stainless steel, telescoping arms and large hookup radius make connecting a snap. Easily folds up to store on your RV. Great Prices for the best tow bar from Roadmaster. Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain, Non-Binding Tow Bar - Motorhome Mount - 2" Hitch - 6,000 lbs part number RM-522 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Roadmaster Tow Bar

  • Fits Roadmaster Base Plates - Crossbar
  • Fits Roadmaster Base Plates - Direct Connect
  • Telescoping
  • Hitch Mount Style
  • 6000 lbs
  • Roadmaster
  • Non-Binding
  • Stores on RV
  • Steel

The hassle-free latches on this hitch-mounted tow bar let you easily release your car, even at a hard angle or on unlevel ground. Stainless steel, telescoping arms and large hookup radius make connecting a snap. Easily folds up to store on your RV.


  • Tow bar lets you tow your vehicle safely and securely behind your motorhome
    • Slides into trailer hitch receiver on RV - no ball mount necessary
  • Non-binding design allows you to release your vehicle at any time, anywhere - even on unlevel ground
  • Large hookup radius makes connecting a breeze at any angle, even if your vehicle isn't perfectly lined up with your RV
  • Self-aligning design - just hook up and drive RV forward
    • Arms extend into rigid, tow-ready position and automatically lock in place
  • Extra-long telescoping arms allow for better maneuverability and easier towing
    • Stainless steel construction of inner arms allows for smooth operation
  • Strong, corrosion-resistant tow bar is built to last
    • FEA testing guarantees a strong finished product
    • Self-lubricated nylon bushings eliminate friction between the inner and outer arms for a longer-lasting, better-functioning system
    • High-tech powder coat finish provides additional durability
  • Cable guides protect wires and safety cables (sold separately) from getting damaged or tangled
  • Simple, secure storage alongside motorhome
    • Simply fold up the tow bar towards the RV and secure with the built-in storage latch
  • Fast, easy hookup and disconnect
    • EZ, EZ2, EZ4, Classic, and XL base plates use the Quick Disconnect crossbar assembly (910021-00 - sold separately)
    • MX, MS, and EZ5 use the included pins and clips
  • Made in the USA


  • Compatibility: works with all Roadmaster vehicle-specific base plates
    • Can be adapted for use with Blue Ox base plates with the Roadmaster Tow Bar to Blue Ox Brackets Adapter (RM-031 - sold separately)
  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Arm length (as measured from center of hitch pin hole to center of quick-disconnect bar): 53-1/2"
  • Weight capacity: 6,000 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Necessities for Flat Towing

For the RVFor the Towed CarTo Link the Towed Car and RV
HitchBase platesTow bar
Wiring plugBraking systemSafety cables
Wiring kit/diodesWiring adapter cord

Fast, Easy Hookup

This Roadmaster tow bar has a large hookup radius to ensure simple, secure hookup. What this means is that, even if your towed car is not perfectly aligned with your RV, you will still be able to make the necessary connections. To achieve this, the Falcon has stainless steel, telescopic inner arms that adjust independently. In addition, these arms are able to pivot in and out, changing the spread. So, if your car is angled a bit behind your RV, you'll still be able to hook up by bringing the arms closer together and staggering the length so that 1 arm is longer than the other, allowing it to reach the more distant base plate.

The fact that the arms are extra-long also allows for a better turning radius. By putting more distance between your motorhome and your towed car, your entire setup will become easier to maneuver so that your towed car will track behind your motorhome without running the risk of hitting your RV during turns.


When using EZ, EZ2, EZ4, XL, or Classic base plates, you will need the Quick Disconnect crossbar assembly (910021-00 - sold separately). The quick-disconnects make it a snap to attach the tow bar to your vehicle. Other methods require you to maneuver each tow bar arm individually and perfectly line up tabs on the arms with tabs on your base plates. Roadmaster's unique design lets you connect and disconnect the tow bar quickly and easily, all by yourself.

The quick-disconnect brackets come in separate pieces. The pieces that are positioned on the ends of each tow bar arm interlock with matching brackets that attach to your Roadmaster base plates. Sandwiched between the tow bar arms is a sturdy crossbar that essentially turns the arms into a single structure. This crossbar allows you to lower the tow bar as a single piece onto the quick-disconnect brackets on your towed car so that you don't have to connect each arm separately. When lowering the tow bar onto the brackets, make sure that the tab on each bracket lines up with the hole in the matching bracket. Then just insert the linch pins through the holes in the tabs on top to secure the brackets together. To remove the tow bar, simply remove the pins and lift the tow bar off of the brackets. These convenient brackets also make it simple to mount any number of Roadmaster accessories, from basic safety cables to the Guardian rock shield.


If you have MS, MX, or EZ5 base plates, the arms will connect directly to the base plates. Just remove the quick-disconnect brackets from the ends of the arms and you will be left with lugs that fit into the base plate brackets. Once the lugs are set inside of the brackets, simply insert the included pins to secure them in place.

Non-Binding for Simple Disconnect

Freedom Latch

The Freedom Latch makes disconnecting this tow bar a breeze. This latch makes it easy to release the tension that can build up in a telescoping arm when the RV and towed car are not perfectly lined up. Just flip the latch to release the pressure, and the arms will be able to telescope freely, making it easy to disconnect the tow bar from the base plates. This allows you to disconnect even when you're at a hard angle or out of level.

Superior Testing Ensures Excellent Quality

FEA test

This Falcon All-Terrain tow bar has been subjected to rigorous physical and computerized testing to ensure that it meets Roadmaster's exceptionally high standards. Throughout the design process, Finite Elemental Analysis (FEA) is done. Each of these tests display a 3-dimensional image of the tow bar while it is put under thousands of pounds of pressure. Areas of stress in the tow bar can then be located and studied so that those areas can be strengthened. This process is repeated until any weak spots, particularly those found in load-bearing components, are completely removed. The result is a durable, strong, and safe product.

Simple, Secure Storage


The Falcon All Terrain can easily be folded up and stored on the back of your RV when not in use.

Storage Process

After disconnecting the tow bar from your towed vehicle, collapse the arms and push them together so that they are side by side. Then fold the arms up toward the RV and the storage latch will automatically engage to hold the tow bar in place.

Guide to Flat Towing

Flat towing your vehicle is much more convenient than using a trailer or a tow dolly. These other options take up much more storage space, leaving you less room both at home and at the campsite. In addition, securing your vehicle to a trailer or tow dolly can be a hassle and more time consuming than hooking up with a tow bar.

There are 5 basic components needed when flat towing a vehicle: a tow bar, a base plate kit, a safety cable set, tow bar wiring, and a supplemental braking system.

FlatTowing Components

The tow bar links your towed car to your motorhome. It attaches to the custom-fit base plates that install on the frame of your towed car. Safety cables ensure that your towed car does not separate from your motorhome in the event that your tow bar becomes detached. Tow bar wiring allows your towed vehicle's signal lights to sync up with your motorhome's tail lights, which is required by law in most states. Finally, the supplemental braking system - also required in most states - brakes your towed car when the brakes in your motorhome are activated, preventing wear on the motorhome and decreasing braking distance for your entire setup.

522 Road Master Falcon All-Terrain Hitch-Mounted Tow Bar

Item # RM-522

Installation Details RM-522 Installation instructions

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Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain, Non-Binding Tow Bar - Motorhome Mount - 2" Hitch - 6,000 lbs - RM-522

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (365 Customer Reviews)

The hassle-free latches on this hitch-mounted tow bar let you easily release your car, even at a hard angle or on unlevel ground. Stainless steel, telescoping arms and large hookup radius make connecting a snap. Easily folds up to store on your RV.


This tow bar is very easy to install due to its non-binding feature which allows for easy toad hook-up even when the ground is a little uneven. I also like the fact that it can stay attached to the motorhome and simply swing out of the way when not needed. As with all products I have purchased from etrailer, this Roadmaster tow bar is well engineered and of excellent quality.


This thing rocks. Yes, it is a little expensive, but I have been able to hookup and unhook in really tight spots, on hilly terrain, etc. with absolutely no fuss.


After the toll bar folded under the 3rd time I gave up and threw it does not hold up it's not strong enough the arms bend like spaghetti I am very disappointed with this product I am currently using Is a tractor supply tobar for a 150 is a lot stronger

This tow bar is rated at 6000 pounds and so if the vehicle weighted more then it could be over loaded. Road master is one the better brands out there and they do offer a limited lifetime warranty on their tow bars.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 12/07/2022


We have towed our Jeep almost 2,000 miles since installing the recommended parts from etrailer and it has worked perfectly on every connect and disconnect along the way. Tows beautifully, even at 70 mph.

Excellent customer service and helpful videos from these folks. Would recommend to anyone needing help with parts and guidance in towing their toad to give them a call.

Our system is still working perfectly a year later. Our Jeep is a 2018 Cherokee Trailhawk and while we’ve seen some RV forums talk about “death wobble”, we have never experienced this using these Roadmaster products towbar & baseplate. We tow the Jeep with our 39’ Class A gasser and hardly know its back there. Even on sharp corners the Jeep follows perfectly and no binding. Connecting or disconnecting takes maybe 5 – 7 minutes. Then check all of our lights, make sure the Jeep is in neutral wbrakes off and we’re on our way. The braking system that we installed purchased from etrailer is the “Stay-n-Play Duo”. I would recommend that to anyone looking for easy operation. The installation time was a bit lengthy and involved but once completed makes all of your towing trips much easier. Just the flip of a switch and the braking system is ready for towing. No portable unit to lug around and adjust each time you tow your vehicle. The etrailer folks made the perfect recommendations for our needs and everything has worked GREAT!
Brent T - 04/05/2020


Very happy with my Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain tow bar, baseplate and high low hitch. Great service from etrailer, great company! Going on my first trip in a couple weeks! Took about 4 or 5 hours to install. Great instructions, the videos were very helpful!


This Falcon All Terrain towbar has worked very well. We've towed our 2021 MINI Cooper about 10k miles and had no problems with it. Connects and disconnects relatively easily. Tows reliably and safely. I'd buy this again if I needed to replace it.


I had this tow bar until I got rear ended while traveling down the interstate at 65MPH. The car stayed with me.

by: 04/08/2021

Really like this all terrain tow bar. Pulling a 2018 Ford F150 with it. Cross bar is not needed with my base plates. Would be better if bar could be purchased without it. Seems like a big heavy piece to pay for when it isn't needed.


This item is great, saved our Jeep. Had the hitch on with the Jeep and got rear ended. The hitch absorbed most of the hit and the Jeep was relatively unscathed. The hitch was bent like a pretzel but it still held together the Rv and the Jeep. The bar was bent beyond saving so I called Etrailer and they sent me a new one within two days so our vacation was not ruined.
Thanks all and definitely recommend this hitch!!


Love my knew Tow system all Road Master base plate Tow Bar & invisibrake !


I’ve used the Custer light bar for about 8000 miles and it’s been perfect. Great battery life although I only drive during day. It fits perfect on my 2022 Spark and I didn’t need to cut the wiring.


I installed this along with the base plate on our 2012 Equinox. The instructions and videos are a great help. This tow bar hooks up and unhooks with ease as long as you follow their instructions. Uneven ground? No problem. I wish I had bought this before I bought an EZ tow (stand up model with caster wheels) tow dolly because the Falcon is easier and faster to hook up. In the Florida Summer sun, that really matters. Buy the integrated tow light kit and coiled lighting extension cable. Also, buy the hitch lock because people will want to steal this. It's not cheap and if not locked will disappear. Buy the steel safety cables that the hook comes off on one end so you can run the cables through the tow bar frame.


I was looking into to flat towing our Jeep Cherokee behind our RV. A friend had told me about etrailer. I have to say they do, and did have everything that I needed to make this project happen. The pricing, quality, quickness, and the shape of everything from shipping, was Great!
Here is a picture after I got it was all hooked up.

Thanks again etrailer
Scott F.


This thing is so easy to use. I like that you don’t have to be on a level surface to hook up.


This tow bar works well for the most part. It is not all that "non-binding" and I carry a hammer and a heavy punch to hammer out the hitch pins when they are "bound" which happens about 40% of the time. I have towed my Jeep Wrangler for two thousand miles over some rough terrain in Baja Mexico without any problems. This is a heavy piece and awkward to slide into place in your hitch. If you have a bad back look elsewhere.

You mentioned that the arms are binding up when in use. I wanted to ask a few follow-up questions. How uneven is the surface when the arms bind? Would be possible to send a picture?
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 03/17/2022
Binding has occurred on level pavement, level gravel and level sand as well as sloped and uneven surfaces. Next time it happens I will take a picture.
-- comment by: John - 03/17/2022


This is replacing an older Falcon 2 towbar that we were satisfied with until the lock botton on the arms weakened and would not hold when the arm was collapsed. I did research and decided to either replace the arms or to replace the unit. First call was to roadmaster who told me the updated arms from the Falcon All Terrain would not fit. They gave me a price for a new All Terrain system with a $xxx trade in credit if I shipped the old one to them and priced replacement arms. Both prices seemed high so I shopped.The price on the All terrain from etrailer was lower than either a new purchase of the AT or replacing the arms on my Falcon 2. etrailer delivered in a few days.
While installing I noticed that the new and improved latching system does not lock the arms when collapsed. I reread the documentation and it was silent. So, I called Roadmaster and ended up with someone from the engineering department. After explaining that my Falcon 2 had locked and the AT does not, I can't figure out what I am missing. He told me it didn't lock on the new and improved Falcon All Terrain. I asked why not and he told me it was a complicated mechanism and they didn't want to confuse their users with complicated technology. (horseshit). I asked what their recommendation was to keep the collapsed arms from sliding open when driving down the road. His response was that I could buy a cover to hold it together or use bungi cords.
I rate the product excellent, I rate Roadmaster customer focus and business systems as poor


Works great. Easy to attach with the unlocking arms. I wish the channels for wire and safety cables were bigger. I ran my taillight cord through and couldn’t fit the safety cables in with it. Guess it’s one or the other.


Thanks to all at etrailer who helped me with my order, you guys are fantastic, the entire operation is stellar.

Enclosed are a couple of pics of my installation after my initial hookup.


Very durable and as advertised and received from etrailer on time. However, I am installing this on a Jeep Cherokee using the direct method so I dont need the crossbar. Roadmaster should sell this tow bar with or without the crossbar. I now have a very heavy piece of equipment (in a separate box) I will never use. One of the security clips for the connecting pin is defective (bent) so I will be looking for a replacement already tomorrow.

Product has worked as advertised the past year without a hitch not literally. After hooking & unhooking what seems like over 100 times this past year... you get to know exactly what to do to make it easy. Very happy with our purchase.
John - 06/02/2021


Great towbar,easy to hook up to towed vehicle,unhooking is a dont have to be perfect to hook up to your tow vehicle.well made.


Works great. Like the channels for running all the cabling.


We have been full time for a year now. Class A towing a jeep. Tow bar has performed great. No mechanical issues.


This was part of many Roadmaster components I ordered from to set up my 2014 Honda CRV as a toad. Etrailer's website is excellent and their review videos and installation videos are very helpful. Their tech service department is excellent as well.

I researched tow bars thoroughly before choosing the Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain. Both Roadmaster and Blue Ox have excellent customer service departments and answered many questions before I decided to go with Roadmaster. The reason is simply my preference to have the extra stability of the cross bar and for future mounting of the Guardian rock shield. The Blue Ox tow bars are simpler because of no crossbar and that is nice and clean. But I like extra assurance and beefiness on the lateral torsion forces when towing. Just my preference.

The Falcon unit is well made and heavy. The channels on the sides allow a neat installation of the wiring harness and safety cables. Pulls my Honda CRV with no noise and easy to hook and unhook. I would recommend this product to anyone.


Has performed well since day one. The non-binding feature is a "Must Have". Combined with my crossbar assembly on the TOAD I can disconnect easily on all types of uneven ground off the pavement, which is about 85-90% of the sites I travel to.


Easy installation! Works great. Would recommend for anyone with towing needs.

great product very happy
Jerry - 08/21/2022

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See what our Experts say about this Roadmaster Tow Bar

  • Replacement Shank and Support Bar for a Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar
    The front end of the Falcon All Terrain tow bar, # RM-522, is # 910019-20. This is the part that fits in the actual hitch on the tow vehicle. If you are talking about the bar at the other end that fits between the 2 tow bar arms and attaches to the vehicle that you are towing, it is # 910021-00.
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  • How to Latch the Roadmaster Falcon 2 All-Terrain Tow Bar # RM-522 Into Storage Position
    When putting the Roadmaster Falcon 2 All-Terrain Non Binding Tow Bar, item # RM-522, in the storage position while it is mounted in the tow vehicle receiver hitch you will need to put one arm in each hand, like pushing a wheel barrow. Then level the tow bar arms out with the back of the tow vehicle. Next, push the arms fully into the storage position until you hear and feel a click when the arms are vertical or just past vertical. When the Large machine bolt head snaps into the loop at...
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  • How To Flat Tow a Raised 1993 Jeep Wrangler YJ With RoadMaster Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar # RM-522
    Towing a raised 1993 Jeep Wrangler YJ with a motor home-mounted tow bar like the RoadMaster Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar, part # RM-522, which will have an upward or downward slope puts undue strain on the entire towing system. For that reason, do not tow if the tow bar is not within the Safe Zone. Which means no more than three inches above or below the center of the motor home receiver. Towing a vehicle with a tow bar that is not within the Safe Zone will result in significant wear and...
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  • Would the Roadmaster Falcon Tow Bar part # RM-522 Clear a Hitch Mounted Spare
    The length of the shank on the Roadmaster Falcon Tow Bar part # RM-522 that you referenced is designed so that it would extend past a square bumper like what is commonly found at the rear of an RV. Since a bumper mounted spare is designed to mount basically right above the rear bumper of an RV this tow bar shouldn't interfere with the rear mounted spare at all. I attached a review video for this tow bar for you to check out as well.
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  • Will the RoadMaster Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar Safely Pull a Chevy Trailblazer EXT
    The Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar, part # RM-522 would work very well for towing your Trailblazer. The Trailblazer, at 4900 pounds, is well within the weight limit of the Falcon All Terrain. I have provided a link to a video review of the Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar that you may be interested in.
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  • Would Roadmaster Falcon Tow Bar RM-522 Replace Older 5250 Falcon Tow Bar
    Yes, the Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar part # RM-522 would be a great replacement for the older Falcon that you had 5250. It would attach to the tow vehicle and towed vehicle the exact same way.
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  • Can a Tow Bar be Used to Tow a Jeep behind a Pickup Truck?
    The Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain, Non-Binding Tow Bar # RM-522 along with all the other flat towing components for your Jeep can absolutely be used to tow a Jeep behind a pickup truck. You will still need the base plates, wiring, safety cables, supplemental brake system, and possibly a high-low adapter to tow a Jeep. Everything you need to tow a vehicle behind a motorhome will still be required for towing it behind a pickup truck. If you'd like some specific recommendations let me...
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  • Are Tow Bars Supposed to be Difficult to Release when On Inclines or at Angles
    Tow bars in general are not easily released when on an incline or at an angle. It's just the nature of how they work. The angles and inclines bind the bars up of the tow bar in the base plate kit and make the components hard to release. The release mechanism of the Falcon # RM-522 does relieve a great deal of the pressure but nothing will be easier to disconnect from than if the flat towing setup is sitting perfect straight on level ground.
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  • Does Odometer Keep Track of Mileage When Flat Towing Vehicle
    Yes, when flat towing your Jeep Wrangler or any vehicle with all 4 wheels on the ground, the vehicle's odometer will continue to keep track of the miles just as if you were driving it. In order to flat tow your Jeep, you will need a base plate kit, tow bar, safety cables, a lighting solution, and a supplemental braking system. If you still need some or all of these parts, please let me know what type of bumper you have on the Jeep and I will be happy to make some recommendations. I have...
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  • Arm Will Not Release on a Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar
    I spoke to my contact at Roadmaster about your Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar part # RM-522 and they informed me that the arm has been overextended which has then caused it to lock out. In order to release the arm you will first want to remove the dust cap by the latch assembly. Then once the dust cap is removed you will want to take a screwdriver and press down on the anvil inside the arm which I have attached a photo of for you. Please let me know once completed and if the issue...
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  • Storage Mechanism For Roadmaster Tow Bar When Not In Use
    I am not sure what model Roadmaster tow bar you had attached to your motorhome, but those with a folding design like what you described will use a built-in storage latch to secure it in the folding position. When in this position, there should be no issues with it coming unattached while driving. It's possible that the latching mechanism on your particular unit was damaged or faulty, as this is not a common issue. I have attached a video demonstration on the Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain...
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  • Recommendations for Getting a Tow Bar Base Plate Installed
    A local RV dealer could handle a base plate install, but a full-service mechanic would also be able to handle your installation with no problem. If you have somebody you trust that you regularly use, that's what I'd recommend. If you are close to our location in Wentzville, Missouri we could even handle the installation for you. To flat tow the vehicle, you'll need a tow bar like the Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain, part # RM-522, base plates on the vehicle to provide an attachment point...
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  • Is Roadmaster Falcon 2 All Terrain Easier to use than Falcon 2 Tow Bar
    The Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain part # RM-522 has a much improved telescoping arm design than the Falcon 2 you have now. It will release much easier and overall will be very easy to deal with. This tow bar was designed for off-road applications where there would be a much higher likelihood elevation changes would bind the arms up even more.
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  • How Much Does The Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain Non-Binding Tow Bar Weigh
    The Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain, Non-Binding Tow Bar - Motorhome Mount - 2" Hitch - 6,000lbs Item # RM-522 weighs approximately 64lbs.
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  • What Does Roadmaster Falcon Tow Bar Weigh
    The Roadmaster Falcon tow bar part # RM-522 weighs 64 lbs.
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  • Recommended Tow Bar for Flat Towing a Chevrolet Spark or Honda Fit
    If I were to make a recommendation for a tow bar for a Chevrolet Spark or Honda Fit I would choose the Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain, Non-Binding Tow Bar # RM-522. This has a non-binding, self-aligning design and a 6,000 lb weight capacity. Roadmaster uses FEA testing to ensure a high quality product and comes with a limited lifetime warranty unlike Blue Ox with a 3-year warranty. If you let me know what vehicle you end up with I would be happy to recommend a complete flat towing setup....
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  • Can I Flat-Tow a Non-Running Jeep Wrangler?
    There are many variables to this question. For example, if the vehicle does not have a working battery, some functions on your Wrangler may not work properly and may even be illegal. Also, if it does not have a working transmission, this can further damage the vehicle's components when trying to flat-tow. Feel free to respond to this answer with the specific non-working components, and I will be happy to get a firmer answer for you.
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  • Can a Coiled Safety Cable Be Threaded Through The Guides of a Roadmaster Falcon Tow Bar
    You are half right. I spoke with my contact at Roadmaster and you can run coiled safety cables like the part # RM-643 through the safety cable guides of a Roadmaster Falcon tow bar part # RM-522, it is just more difficult and not the recommended way. However, you are totally right and the cables should cross right behind the tow vehicle for if the tow bar was to become unattached.
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  • Flat Towing a Vehicle Using a Tow Bar that Works with a Pintle Hitch
    You are going to have to either change the hitch on the tow vehicle or use a different tow bar. For Roadmaster base plates on the vehicle you can use the Stowmaster tow bar with a lunette ring, # RM-581. Roadmaster does not offer an alternate lunette ring coupler for the Falcon tow bars.
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  • Availability of Adapter to Use Roadmaster Falcon Tow Bar with Blue Ox Base Plate
    The Roadmaster Falcon All-Terrain Tow Bar has a 6,000 lb capacity, so it'll work fine. Roadmaster does indeed offer an adapter for the Falcon all terrain that would allow it to work with the Blue Ox base plates, part # RM-031. The discontinued Falcon 5250 tow bar had a 5000 lb capacity, and is also compatible with Blue Ox base plates if you use the # RM-031 adapter.
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  • Replacement Parts for Older Roadmaster Explorer Tow Bar
    My contact at Roadmaster confirmed that their Explorer tow bar, now about 10 years out of production, is obsolete and no longer supported with replacement parts. But we can help you choose a new tow bar to complete your flat towing set-up. The linked page will show you all Roadmaster tow bars, such as their popular Falcon # RM-520 and the all-terrain version # RM-522. You may be interested in the linked article that details each of the components required for safe and legal flat towing.
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  • What is the Difference Between Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar and Falcon 2 Tow Bar
    The main advantage of the Falcon All Terrain Tow Bar, # RM-522, is that it will allow you to easily release the vehicle even if it is not level or at a difficult angle. In other words, you will not have to be perfectly straight and flat with this tow bar as it will not bind. The All Terrain version also features integrated cable channels to hold the cables up out of the way. The Falcon 2, # RM-520, has the potential to bind and you will want to be sure that you are as flat and straight...
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  • Comparing the Falcon 5250, Falcon 2, and Falcon All Terrain Tow Bars
    The original Falcon tow bar, the Falcon 5250, has been discontinued for a few years now and was replaced by the Falcon 2, # RM-520 with upgraded components. Otherwise it functions basically the same was as the original Falcon. Both are RV mount tow bars, both have the Autowlok system and telescoping arms. The Falcon 2 has a higher capacity at 6,000 pounds. There is also the Falcon All Terrain tow bar, # RM-522. It is also rated for 6,000 pounds. The advantage it has is that it is a non-binding...
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  • Can Replacement Arms be Ordered for Roadmaster Base Plate Kit
    If you have a set of Roadmaster base plate kits on your 2015 Jeep Cherokee we can help you get setup with replacement removable arms with the # RM-ARMS. If you have a different brand let me know and I'll see what we can help find. If you are unsure send me a picture and I'll see if I can identify them.
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