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RoadMaster Falcon 2 Tow Bar Installation - 2014 Jeep Wrangler

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How to Install the RoadMaster Falcon 2 Tow Bar on a 2014 Jeep Wrangler

Ryan: Hey, everybody, Ryan here at Today on our 2014 Jeep Wrangler, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Roadmaster Falcon 2 Tow Bars. Now, keep in mind our tow bar is just one of seven components needed to flat tow our Jeep. The other components are going to include a base plate, a braking system, safety cables, diode light wiring, a brake light switch, and a battery disconnect.One of my favorite things about this tow bar, it's going to be very heavy duty and built to last. That way you can use it for years to come. Now, in my opinion, this is going to be a great choice for those people who tow their Jeep occasionally.

Now, if you plan on flat towing a lot, this one could get a little tiring because occasionally our bars can get in a bind, and it's not all that easy to get unhooked. Now, that's not something that's going to happen all the time, just something I like to point out, especially when you're on a hill or uneven ground. But there is a tool available actually. If these do happen to get in a bind and you're fighting it a little bit, there's a tool that they make. You put around the tow bar and you'll push down on this button, and that'll make it really easy to release.Now one of the things I really like about this tow bar is that it can be easily stored on the back of our motor home.

You simply just lift it up. We'll line up this large bolt with the hole in our tab. Push it forward and then you just push it down to the side, and from there, I would recommend getting a tow bar cover, and that'll help keep it protected from the elements.Many of our customers really like the fact how reliable this tow bar is and how simple it is to use, and I'd have to agree with them. You could tell it's extremely well-made. It's going to get the job done as well as last a long time.

So if you're looking for a tow bar that's going to be reliable, yet a little more economical, this is going to be a great choice.Now, if you're looking for something that has a little more bells and whistles, I would recommend the Roadmaster Nighthawk. That's going to be more lightweight. It's going to have built-in channels for your safety cables and your electrical cables. It's also going to have an LED light strip here to help not only you see better at night but other motorists. Now that we went over some of the features, let's show you how easy it is to get installed.Now, I already went ahead and slid our shank into the receiver tube, and we'll line up our pinholes and then can secure it using the included pin and clip.

And what we can do is lift our tow bar out and grab the end of it and line it up with our arms coming out of our base plate. We'll take our pin, slide it through, and on the other side, the hole and the pin is going to line up with the hole on our arm. We'll drop our clevis pin through and push our ring down. Then we're just going to repeat that same process over on the other side. From this point, we can hook up our electrical cable in the front of our Jeep, the back of our motor home.Now, for our safety cables, connect one end to our Jeep, and these you want to criss-cross at the back of the motor home. So since we started with the driver side on the Jeep, I'm actually going to run this to the passenger side of our motor home. Finally, we can take our breakaway switch cable and run that to one of our safety chain loops, and from there, you're ready to put your Jeep into tow mode and hit the road. However, I do recommend once you do that, get out and do some slight S-turn maneuvers. That way you can ensure our tow bars are completely locked in. That'll do it for our look at and our installation of the Roadmaster Falcon 2 Tow Bars on our 2014 Jeep Wrangler.

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