Roadmaster | RM3477 | Owner`s manual | Roadmaster RM3477 Owner`s manual

The ROADMASTER difference
1. ‘Hands-on’ design and manufacturing — ROADMASTER doesn’t outsource.
All of our core products are designed, engineered and manufactured at our plant in
Vancouver, Washington, with virtually every process done under the same roof.
The reason for ‘hands-on’ manufacturing is simple: quality. Quality starts
on the inside, and when you control the process, you control the quality.
To our way of thinking, “quality first” is the reason more
ROADMASTER towing products are on the road today than
any other brand — by nearly a two-to-one margin.
2. The most stringent testing in the industry —
ROADMASTER was the first towing products manufacturer to use
computerized testing — as well as “real world” physical testing — to
ensure structural integrity, longevity and the safety of your family.
3. Superior customer service — Over the years, millions of people
have put their trust in ROADMASTER. We’re committed to earning that trust every
day — before, during and after the sale.
Table of Contents
The basics of towing..................... 2-3
Tow bars........................................ 4-7
All-Terrain tow bars....................... 4-5
Falcon, BlackHawk 2 and
StowMaster All Terrain...................4
Sterling All-Terrain.........................5
Falcon 2...........................................6
StowMaster.......................................7
Tracker.............................................7
Tow bar mounting brackets.......... 8-9
What is FEA testing?..........................8
Combo Kits......................................10
Safety cables................................... 11
Electrical..................................... 12-13
Wiring kits......................................12
Automatic Battery Disconnect..........13
Electrical cords................................13
Diodes............................................13
Protection and storage.............. 14-15
Guardian rock guard......................14
Stowaway.......................................14
Tow Defender.................................15
RoadWing.......................................15
Nixtopper crossbar cover.................15
Covers and padlocks.......................16
Tow Bar Cleaner.............................16
Towing accessories..........................17
Tow bar adaptors............................18
Pins and clips..................................19
Hitch accessories........................20-21
Hi-Low Hitches...............................20
Hi-Low Drops..................................21
Roller Hitches..................................21
Quiet Hitch.....................................21
Rollaway.........................................21
Supplemental braking.............. 22-30
Overview........................................22
Weight limits for towing...............23
9700..............................................24
InvisiBrake......................................25
Even Brake................................26-27
BrakeMaster...................................28
BrakeMaster accessories..............29
Accessories............................... 29-30
Care and cleaning..........................33
Wheel Masters........................... 34-37
Dual tire inflators........................... 34
Valve extenders...............................35
Custom lug nut covers.....................35
‘Spare Air’ tire inflation system........36
Tire pressure gauges.......................36
‘Vision Plus’ portable
side view mirrors.........................37
‘Level Master’ trailer levels..............37
Suspension Solutions................. 38-41
Overview........................................38
Reflex steering stabilizers.................39
Davis TruTrac bars...........................39
Anti-sway bars.......................... 40-41
Tow dollies..................................31-32
RoadMaster 2001...........................31
RM3477.........................................32
Tow dolly accessories......................32
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The basics of towing…
What to know before you tow.
If you’re thinking about towing your car, truck or SUV, you’ve come to
the right place — most everything you need to tow is on these pages.
There are four major components to any towing system — the tow
bar, the mounting bracket, supplemental brakes and towing accessories.
ROADMASTER offers a wide range of product choices within each
category. Each one has been designed, tested and manufactured to
make every aspect of your towing experience a safe and pleasurable
one.
Step 1 — Select a tow bar…
If you select the tow bar method of towing, you must then choose either
a motorhome-mounted tow bar or a car-mounted tow bar. (see pages 4-7).
Motorhome-mounted?
IMPORTANT — Before towing any vehicle, consult your owner’s manual to
be sure your vehicle can be towed with all four wheels on the ground without damage to the transmission. Some vehicles can be towed as is, but others may require a transmission lube pump system or driveshaft disconnect.
Both products are reliable, time-proven accessories that protect your vehicle’s
transmission during towing.
Motorhome-mounted tow bars insert
into the 2” motorhome receiver and can
be stored on the back of the motorhome.
Motorhome-mounted bars are preferred
because they never have to be lifted off
the front of the towed vehicle and you always have a built-in spot for storage on
your motorhome.
Question — tow bar…
…or car-mounted?
A tow bar is by far the most common method of towing. It allows for
the quickest connection to the motorhome; plus, it’s lightweight, easy to
handle and simple to store.
Car-mounted tow bars are mounted
and stored on the front of your towed vehicle and are designed for simplicity and
ease of use. They can be detached and
lifted off the vehicle for storage in a trunk
or cargo bin.
…or tow dolly?
A tow dolly is ideal for those who
want to tow multiple vehicles without installing a tow bar or mounting
bracket on each one. Plus, a transmission lube pump system is not necessary for vehicles with front wheel drive
automatic transmissions, because the
front wheels are off the ground.
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Step 2 — Connect to a tow bar mounting bracket
Regardless of the type of tow bar
you choose, a mounting bracket will
be required. It is custom-designed to
fit your specific tow vehicle and bolts
to the vehicle’s frame to provide an
attachment point for the tow bar.
Glossary of towing terms
Step 3 — A supplemental braking system
Supplemental brakes are required in most states, and for an excellent
reason — the laws of physics. At highway speeds or during a panic stop,
the inertia of a towed vehicle’s weight significantly increases stopping distance.
Oftentimes, the difference between a severe accident and a close call
is just a few feet. Supplemental braking systems are designed to stop the
towed vehicle-motorhome combination in about the same distance as the
motorhome alone.
ROADMASTER manufactures four supplemental braking systems. (Which
system is right for you? See page 22.)
Step 4 — The proper safety equipment and accessories
Required by law in almost every state, safety cables (A) attach to both
your towed vehicle and your motorhome as a secondary security device.
Your towed vehicle must also be wired for functioning turn signals and
taillights while in tow. A Universal Wiring Kit (B) safely connects the two vehicles’ electronics. An electrical cord (C) is necessary to conduct the lighting signals from the motorhome to the towed
vehicle.
These three items can
be purchased separateD
ly or you can purchase a
B
Combo Kit similar to the
one shown here, which
includes all three items,
C
a tow bar cover (D) and
A
other common accessories (some kits vary).
binding — When the tow bar is difficult to detach because of excessive pressure, the tow
bar is said to be “bound.” All Terrain tow bars (see pages 4 and 5) have a patented latching mechanism which virtually eliminates this problem.
car-mounted — a tow bar designed to be mounted and stored on the towed vehicle.
curb weight — the total weight of a vehicle when not loaded with either passengers or
cargo.
diode — Diodes allow the towed vehicle’s brake and turn signal lights to mimic the motorhome’s (which is required by law) without damaging the towed vehicle’s electrical system.
They allow current to flow in only one direction, thereby eliminating electrical feedback,
which could damage the towed vehicle’s wiring, fuses or other electrical components.
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (or “GVWR”) — how much weight a vehicle is designed
to carry. The GVWR includes the net weight of the vehicle, plus the weight of passengers,
fuel, cargo and any additional accessories. The GVWR is a safety standard used to prevent
overloading.
hitch (or “receiver hitch”) — the tubular shaft extending from the motorhome which is
used to attach a motorhome-mounted tow bar to the motorhome.
motorhome-mounted — a tow bar designed to be mounted and stored on the motorhome.
mounting bracket (a.k.a. “bracket” or “base plate”) — connects the towed vehicle to the
tow bar. All mounting brackets are bolted on to the subframe of the towed vehicle.
proportional braking — A supplemental braking system which brakes at the same time
and intensity as the motorhome is said to be “proportional.” There are two proportional
systems in this catalog — a direct system (BrakeMaster) and a portable system (Even
Brake).
removable bracket arms — All mounting brackets have arms which extend out from
the vehicle. ROADMASTER’s XL, MX and EZ brackets (see page 9) have arms that can be
easily removed, making the bracket virtually invisible.
quick-disconnects — the connection point between the tow bar and the tow bar mounting brackets. These components allow the tow bar to be quickly connected and disconnected. There is one quick-disconnect (“QD”) for the driver’s side and one for the passenger side. Quick-disconnects also allow for the mounting of accessories such as the
Guardian and the Nixtopper.
quick links — used to attach the safety cables. They look like one link in a chain, and
have a nut which can be threaded up or down to open or close the link.
safety cables — Required by law, safety cables connect the towed vehicle to the towing
vehicle. They are a secondary safety device to hold the vehicles together if the towing
system separates for any reason.
stinger — the part of the tow bar that inserts into the motorhome’s receiver hitch. A hitch
pin and clip secure the tow bar to the motorhome.
supplemental braking — an independent braking system that brakes the towed vehicle
in tandem with the motorhome.
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Tow Bars
Non-Binding Tow Bars
Our premium line of tow bars, with the exclusive Freedom Latch™,
patented storage latch and built-in cable guides.
•Solid stainless steel inner arms
•Powder-coated finish
•Most durable and rust-free tow
bars in the industry
U.S. patent number
6,957,824
Freedom Latch™
A patented cam design inside the Freedom
Latch transforms linear motion into rotary
motion at a 400-to-one ratio — five pounds
of force against the latch equals 2,000
pounds of force against the lock.
Quick-disconnect system
Allows “one-person” fast and easy mounting or removal of your Sterling, Falcon or
BlackHawk 2 All Terrain tow bar.
U.S. patent number
6,619,686
No more binding!
Releasing your towed vehicle is easy with
ROADMASTER’s All Terrain tow bars...even
when the tow bar is at a hard angle or the towed
vehicle is out of level. Four familiar, classic
ROADMASTER tow bars — the StowMaster, Falcon, BlackHawk 2 and Sterling — are available
in the All Terrain Series. Each is upgraded with
ROADMASTER’s exclusive Freedom Latch, which
releases the tow bar at any angle, level or bind
— first time, every time.
After all, who’s on vacation here — you, or
your tow bar?
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Falcon All-Terrain
522
527
Falcon All Terrain tow bar
6,000-pound weight capacity motorhome-mounted tow bar — weight 38 pounds
Falcon All Terrain tow bar for Blue Ox base plates
6,000-pound weight capacity motorhome-mounted tow bar — weight 38 pounds
10,000-pound rated!
BlackHawk 2 All-Terrain
422
427
BlackHawk 2 All Terrain tow bar
10,000-pound weight capacity motorhome-mounted tow bar — weight 42 pounds
BlackHawk 2 All Terrain tow bar for Blue Ox base plates
10,000-pound weight capacity motorhome-mounted tow bar — weight 42 pounds
Patented storage latch
The storage latch makes storing All Terrain tow bars a snap! Simply fold the tow
bar toward the motorhome and it will “click,”
automatically locking in place.
Made in the U.S.A.
U.S. patent number
6,168,182
Built-in cable guide
The built-in cable guide enhances appearance and helps keep safety cables and wiring
from being crushed or damaged.
StowMaster All-Terrain
502 StowMaster All Terrain tow bar
6,000-pound weight capacity car-mounted tow bar - weight 52 pounds
World’s
Strongest
Aluminum
Tow Bar!
The Sterling All Terrain was designed, tested and manufactured to the highest
standards.
The Sterling All Terrain weighs just 35 pounds, yet pulls up to three tons. Steel
and stainless steel at every critical point ensure superior strength and structural
integrity.
The Sterling All Terrain is easy to connect, and its stainless steel inner
arms telescope, center and automatically lock as you pull away. Once you’ve
reached your destination, a unique storage lock secures the Sterling All Terrain
in its stored position.
The Sterling All Terrain comes complete with safety cables and electrical
wiring cord. Both are routed through a center channel for added safety,
convenience and a clean, uncluttered appearance.
Beyond its many performance features, the Sterling All Terrain is aesthetically
pleasing — its anodized finish and sleek design complement your coach
and your car. As well they should — the Sterling All Terrain exemplifies
ROADMASTER’s highest standards, as well as yours.
• Freedom Latch™ — disconnects first time, every time
• Includes safety cables and electrical wiring cord
• Urethane bushings eliminate metal-on-metal friction for a smoother ride
• Solid stainless steel inner arms — for smooth, trouble-free operation
• Built-in cable guides — support and protect the safety cables and electrical
wiring cord
• Storage latch — fold the tow bar and it automatically locks in place
• EZ Hook safety cables — for quick connect and disconnect
This unique egg-shaped design makes the Sterling All
Terrain tow bar the strongest aluminum tow bar in the world!
Sterling All Terrain tow bar — weight 35 pounds
6,000-pound weight capacity motorhome-mounted tow bar
575 Sterling All Terrain tow bar with safety cables and a four-wire electric cord with one 4-wire plug (attached) and one 7-wire plug
576 Sterling All Terrain tow bar with safety cables and a six-wire electric cord with one 6-wire plug (attached) and one 7-wire plug
585 Sterling All Terrain tow bar with safety cables and a four-wire electric cord with one 4-wire plug (attached) and one 7-wire plug
(fits Blue Ox base plates)
586 Sterling All Terrain tow bar with safety cables and a six-wire electric cord with one 6-wire plug (attached) and one 7-wire plug
(fits Blue Ox base plates)
Includes cables and wiring
6,000-pound rated EZ Hook safety
cables and the electrical wiring cord
are included.
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Tow Bars
6,000 pound weight capacity motorhome-mounted tow bar
• The use of stainless steel in virtually every moving component allows for smooth,
trouble-free operation and prevents corrosion that binds.
• Autowlok locking mechanism — allows both tow bar arms to extend or retract
for a quick connection. Then, as you drive away, the arms self-center and auto matically lock.
• A patented latching mechanism ensures secure, easy storage on the back of your
motorhome.
• One-person quick connect and disconnect — thanks to ROADMASTER’s self supporting “quick-disconnects,” one person can easily connect or disconnect the
Falcon 2 in seconds.
• Full-length, steel crossbar reinforced for maximum support and safety
• A lustrous, high-tech powder coat finish for maximum durability
Autowlok™ System
Falcon 2 stowed
In the folded position, the Falcon 2
conveniently stores out of the way on
the back of your motorhome.
A tow bar cover (sold separately)
keeps your tow bar clean.
Quick-disconnects
U.S. patent number
6,619,686
One person can easily connect
or disconnect the Falcon 2 in seconds.
Made in the U.S.A.
520
525
055
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Falcon 2 tow bar — weight 37 pounds
Falcon 2 tow bar (fits Blue Ox base plates) — weight 37 pounds
Falcon 2 tow bar cover
Stainless steel arms and
Autowlok System for smoother
and easier hookups and disconnects.
9240 Falcon 2 Combo Kit (coiled wiring)
9241 Falcon 2 Combo Kit (straight wiring)
066 Release tool
Patented Storage Latch
The patented Storage Latch makes
storing the Falcon 2 tow bar a snap!
Simply fold the tow bar toward the
motorhome and it will “click,”
automatically locking in place.
STOWMASTER
™
America’s Best-Selling Car-Mounted Tow Bar
StowMaster mounts on the
towed vehicle and can be
easily removed in seconds!
Note: MX brackets will not accommodate the StowMaster tow bar.
6,000-pound weight capacity car-mounted tow bar
• Stainless steel in virtually every moving component for smooth, trouble-free operation.
• Autowlok locking mechanism — allows both tow bar arms to extend or retract for a
quick connection. Then, as you drive away, the arms self-center and automatically
lock.
• Full-length safety crossbar — a full-length angle iron brace is integrated into the rear
of the bar for maximum support.
• Self-lubricating nylon bushings eliminate friction between the inner and outer arms.
Other tow bars use steel on steel.
• Plug-welded arms — steel plugs seal both ends of the tow bar, preventing corrosion
from moisture and debris.
• A lustrous, high-tech powder coat finish for maximum durability.
Autowlok™ System
The Autowlok System
makes StowMaster an easy,
one-person hookup and
disconnect!
501
581
9254
052
TRACKER
™
The safest, strongest, easiest, most durable, trouble-free,
5,000-pound rated, A-frame tow bar manufactured...
...BAR NONE!
StowMaster
StowMaster
StowMaster
StowMaster
Full-length safety strap
Although you may never need it, it’s nice to know
that ROADMASTER has built a safety strap into
the StowMaster that will prevent the separation of
the tow bar in the unlikely event the primary lock
should not function. Peace of mind built right in.
tow bar — weight 48 pounds
tow bar with pintle hook — weight 48 pounds
Combo Kit
tow bar cover
StowMaster pintle hook
(2½-inch pintle ring)
• ROADMASTER’s entry-level tow bar
• Full-length safety crossbar for maximum strength
• 5,000 pound towing capacity
• A lustrous, high-tech powder coat finish for maximum durability
• Easily folds for storage — no tools needed!
• Sealed tow bar arms keep moisture and road debris out
• For all two-inch ball-mount motorhome receivers
020 Tracker tow bar — weight 20 pounds
For ROADMASTER XL, EZ Twistlock or classic brackets.
Note: An optional set of quick-disconnects (part number 201) is necessary to remove
the front extensions on XL or EZ Twistlock brackets.
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Mounting Brackets
Why are our brackets rated #1?
•Every bracket design is subjected to computer-simulated “Finite
Elemental Analysis” (see below) to ensure structural integrity. We
were the first towing products manufacturer to use computerized
testing to ensure structural integrity.
•Every mounting bracket is custom-made to fit a specific vehicle or
range of vehicles, and to attach at logical points along the frame
or undercarriage, for maximum strength and a quick, easy installa tion by your local professional.
•Every new bracket (not just a few) in the ROADMASTER XL, MX
and EZ series comes with detachable extensions which are easily
What is ‘FEA?’
ROADMASTER’s computerized testing method is called “FEA,” which
stands for “Finite Elemental Analysis.”
If that sounds complicated, that’s because it is — FEA is the same
method NASA scientists use to test their new designs. The automotive
and biomedical industries, among others, also use finite elemental
analysis.
Every FEA design is displayed as a full-scale, three-dimensional object, which engineers can rotate and study on the screen as they apply
thousands of pounds of force across the load-bearing components.
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removed when the vehicle isn’t being towed — no unsightly steel
hanging off the front of your car!
•Every bracket is powder coated. In this process, charged particles
of pigment are baked into the surface of the bracket. The particles
fuse to the metal and form a lustrous, uniform and extremely du rable finish.
•ROADMASTER is quick to market brackets for new vehicles and
has the widest selection — currently, more than 1,000 different
mounting brackets (far more than any other company) — which fit
more than 2,000 different years, makes and models.
A screen capture image of one facet of FEA testing for a tow bar
mounting bracket.
Stress in the steel is pinpointed, and the design is manipulated to remove it.
The result is an optimized design, in both materials and components,
which has been tested and verified at maximum linear strain.
ROADMASTER was the first towing products manufacturer to use
computerized stress testing — as well as “real world” physical testing
on our tow bars — to ensure structural integrity, longevity and the
safety of your family.
XL, EZ and MX Hidden Mounting Brackets
•They’re virtually invisible — improved aesthetics.
•Easy to install — ROADMASTER brackets use existing attachment
points on the vehicle’s undercarriage.
•Through-the-grille installation — no scraping brackets in dips
or curbs.
•Easy to remove — convert from towed car to road car in seconds!
XL™ bracket
Now you see ‘em...
EZ Twistlock™ bracket
...now you don’t!
ROADMASTER ‘XL’, ‘MX’ and ‘EZ’ series mounting brackets have
detachable extensions which are easily removed when the car is not
being towed — Now you see ‘em…now you don’t!
No unsightly steel hanging off the front of your car!
Every bracket design is subjected to computer-simulated stress testing to ensure structural integrity and reliability.
‘XL’ and ‘EZ Twistlock’ series brackets are for both car- and motorhome-mounted tow bars; ‘MX’ series brackets are for motorhomemounted tow bars only. (Note: MX brackets will not accommodate the
Guardian, Stowaway or the StowMaster and StowMaster All Terrain
tow bars.)
Insert bracket
and twist to
lock in place.
Insert bracket
and secure with
pin and clip.
EZ Twistlock
bracket shown with
quick-disconnects
MX™ bracket
‘EZ Twistlock’ bracket extensions are rotated on and off to
connect or disconnect them; ‘XL’
and ‘MX’ extensions are attached
with hitch pins and clips.
Insert bracket and
secure with pin
and clip.
Do we have a
mounting bracket
for your car, truck or SUV?
More than likely.
Call us (800-669-9690) or visit
www.roadmasterinc.com.
EZ bracket extensions attached and removed
Classic Mounting Brackets
Designed for older vehicles (arms are not removable)
•Economically priced
•Laser-cut, all-steel components
•Designed and computer-tested for exceptional strength
•Independent arms for quick and easy “one-person” installation
•Complete with step-by-step instructions and all mounting hardware
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Combo Kits
Combo Kits contain all the necessary accessories
you need, matched to your ROADMASTER tow bar.
Tow bar Combo Kits for
StowMaster™ and Falcon 2™
For the ROADMASTER All Terrain series of tow bars (see pages 4 and 5).
Each kit contains:
• Electrical components —
• A wiring kit with four ‘Hy-Power’ diodes
• A power cord to connect the vehicles, with plugs and sockets for both vehicles
(except the Sterling All Terrain tow bar, which comes with a power cord)
• A bracket to mount the power cord socket
• A pair of safety cables (rated at 6,000- or 8,000-pound capacity, depending on the model you choose — see below)
(except the Sterling All Terrain tow bar, which comes with safety cables)
• Two case-hardened steel padlocks (keyed alike) — for added security
• A marine-grade vinyl cover to protect your tow bar
• A marine-grade vinyl storage bag — for all your towing accessories
9284-2
9241-2
9240-2
9254-1
9294-2
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Sterling All Terrain Combo Kit (6,000-pound capacity — does not include safety cables or wiring)
Falcon All Terrain Combo Kit (6,000-pound capacity — with straight
safety cables and straight wiring)
Falcon All Terrain Combo Kit (6,000-pound capacity — with coiled
safety cables and coiled wiring)
StowMaster All Terrain Combo Kit (6,000-pound capacity — with
straight safety cables and coiled wiring)
BlackHawk 2 All Terrain Combo Kit (8,000-pound capacity — with
straight safety cables and coiled wiring)
Both combo kits include:
• Electrical components —
• A wiring kit with four ‘Hy-Power’ diodes
• A straight or ‘Flexo-Coil’ four-wire power cord, with plugs and sockets for
both vehicles
• A bracket to mount the power cord socket
• 6,000 pound capacity safety cables
• Two (Falcon 2) or three (StowMaster) case-hardened steel padlocks (keyed
alike)
• A marine-grade vinyl tow bar cover
• A marine-grade vinyl storage bag to store accessories
9240 Falcon 2 Combo Kit with coiled safety cables and coiled wiring
9241 Falcon 2 Combo Kit with straight safety cables and straight wiring
9254 StowMaster Combo Kit with coiled safety cables and coiled wiring
ROADMASTER tow bag
Keep your towing accessories in one place and keep dirt
and grime out of your car or motorhome. A great way to
store safety cables, the electrical wiring cord and other
small accessories. Made from marine-grade vinyl, with a
Velcro closure.
056 Tow bag (approximate size: 10” w x 14” h)
EZ Hook
Safety Cables
Both EZ Hook and Standard safety cables have
drop-forged steel hooks and spring-loaded
clasps for maximum strength and security.
Safety Cables
straight
coiled
Standard Safety Cables
Our aircraft-type, galvanized steel safety cables are continuously tested to ROADMASTER’s exacting standards. Each comes fitted with heavy-duty, drop-forged steel
hooks with spring-loaded latches. Vinyl coating prevents the safety cables from
scratching or chipping the tow bar.
Each kit contains two cables, snap hooks and two quick links. Rated at either
6,000- or 8,000-pound capacity, depending on the model you choose.
6,000-pound rated
anchor plate
EZ Hook safety cables are faster to connect than other cables. They have all
the features of our standard cables with the addition of a unique attachment
system — a stainless steel ball at the end of the cable latches into a slotted
anchor plate. Only for ROADMASTER mounting brackets with quickdisconnect systems.
655
655-64
910650
655-76
910653
1 pair EZ Hook 68” safety cables with anchor plates —
This length fits most towing combinations.
1 pair EZ Hook 64” safety cables (without anchor plates) —
This length is for towing combinations with a shorter distance between the motorhome and the towed vehicle.
1 replacement EZ Hook 64” safety cable (cable only) —
1 pair EZ Hook 76” safety cables (without anchor plates) —
This length is for towing combinations with accessories which extend the distance between the motorhome and the towed vehicle.
1 pair EZ Hook safety cable anchor plates
643
643-2
645-76
645
646
649
648
68” 6,000-pound capacity single hook coiled — 1 pair
This length fits most towing combinations.
68” 6,000-pound capacity double hook coiled — 1 pair
76” 6,000-pound capacity single hook straight —1 pair
This length is for towing combinations with accessories which extend the
distance between the motorhome and the towed vehicle.
64” 6,000-pound capacity single hook straight —1 pair
64” 6,000-pound capacity double hook straight —1 pair
64” 8,000-pound capacity single hook straight —1 pair
64” 8,000-pound capacity double hook straight —1 pair
12-inch Safety Cable Extensions
Required for use with hitch extensions,
high-low receivers or any accessory
which extends the length of the towing
system. (See page 19 for other
lengths that may be purchased.)
910648-12
1 pair 12-inch safety cable extensions
with 1 pair quick links — 8,000-pound capacity
Safety cables
not included
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Electrical
By law, a towed vehicle’s turn signals, running lights and brake lights
must mimic the motorhome’s. There are three ways to accomplish that:
1) installing a wiring kit with diodes
2) installing a wiring kit with bulbs and sockets
3) adding a magnetic tow light kit to your towed vehicle
Each method has its advantages. Whichever one you choose, we have
a kit with all the necessary components and step-by-step instructions.
‘Brake-Lite’ Relay kit
Universal Wiring Kit
This kit uses a system of diodes to connect your towed vehicle’s turn signals,
running lights and brake signals to your
motorhome’s.
Diodes prevent electrical feedback
and protect both vehicles’ electrical systems. The kit comes complete with:
• Four Hy-Power diodes
(more diodes may be purchased separately)
• A 30-foot strand of four-wire electri cal cord
• Three feet of split wire loom
• A six-foot extension cord
(connects electricity between the two vehicles)
• A ring terminal • Wire connectors
• Cable ties • Step-by-step instructions
154 Universal Wiring Kit
with four Hy-Power diodes
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Taillight Wiring Kit with bulbs
A self-contained wiring system that
bypasses your towed vehicle’s lighting
with a set of independent plugs and
sockets mounted inside the taillights.
Wiring is routed from the taillights to
the grille area.
Since the towed vehicle’s electrical
system is bypassed, this kit eliminates
the concern of interacting with any vehicle electronics.
Important: the towed vehicle’s taillights must have room for an extra socket and bulb inside the lens housing.
155
Taillight Wiring Kit
with bulbs
155-10 10-pack of bulbs and
sockets only (bulk)
Magnetic tow lights
ROADMASTER’s magnetic tow lights
are the quick and easy way to connect
your towed vehicle’s electrical system to
your motorhome’s. A self-contained system, which requires no splicing into the
towed vehicle’s electrical system.
• Fits all vehicles
• Magnets hold lights securely
• Eliminates electrical damage to the
towed vehicle
• Heavy-duty vinyl casing for
maximum wire protection
• Meets DOT standards
• Includes plugs, sockets and wire
harness
2100 Deluxe magnetic tow lights
includes case and anti-scratch pads
2120 Standard magnetic tow lights
099 Anti-scratch pads — set of 3
If you’re installing a supplemental braking
system, chances are you’ll need a Brake-Lite
Relay. It must be installed in the majority of
towed vehicles to enable the towed vehicle’s
brake lights and turn signals to illuminate in
tandem with the motorhome’s, as required
by law.
Comes standard with Even Brake®.
• All wires and components included
• Easy to follow instructions
88400 Brake-Lite Relay kit
Park Light diode
Problem — Electrical damage can occur to the towed vehicle if its headlights are
turned on while still connected to the motorhome.
Solution — Use a Park Light diode to stop
any interaction between the two park light
systems, preventing electrical feedback and
electrical damage.
Note: the Park Light diode will not replace
Hy-Power diodes (see the next page).
690 Park Light diode
Flexo-Coil™ and straight electrical cords
Hy-Power™ diodes
Whatever electrical system you choose, you’ll need a cord to connect electricity
between the towed vehicle and the motorhome. ROADMASTER’s are the best — the
wires are water-, oil- and chemical-resistant, and the plugs are injected with silicone
to prevent corrosion.
Flexo-Coil cords expand to more than eight feet and conveniently contract for storage; use a straight cord kit for ROADMASTER All Terrain tow bars.
‘Flexo-Coil’ wiring kits
for tow bars without cable channel guides
164
4-wire Flexo-Coil cord with plugs and sockets
1644
4-wire Flexo-Coil cord with plugs, sockets
and socket bracket
146
6-wire Flexo-Coil cord with plugs and sockets
1466
6-wire Flexo-Coil cord with plugs, sockets
and socket bracket
164-7 7- to 4-wire Flexo-Coil cord with plugs and sockets
146-7 7- to 6-wire Flexo-Coil cord with plugs and sockets
1064-B Blue 4-wire Flexo-Coil cord, without plugs
1046-R Red 6-wire Flexo-Coil cord, without plugs
Straight cord wiring kits
for tow bars with cable channel guides (All Terrain)
98164 4-wire straight cord kit
98146 6-wire straight cord kit
98146-7 7-wire to 6-wire straight cord kit
98164-7 7-wire to 4-wire straight cord kit
Electrical socket brackets
These brackets hold the towed vehicle’s electrical socket firmly in place,
making it easy to plug and unplug the
electrical cord.
ROADMASTER’s socket brackets are
made of 1/8-inch thick steel — not
lightweight sheet metal. Both straight
and angled brackets (see above) fit most
electrical sockets, and can be either
welded or bolted in place. Black powder
coat finish.
910030
straight bracket
910030-5 bracket with 90º bend
98164-7
164-7
Diodes are used to tie
into the towed vehicle’s
brake light, running light
and turn signal wiring,
and connect it to the motorhome.
Diodes permit electrical current to flow in only one direction — from the motorhome
to the towed vehicle’s taillights — preventing electrical feedback
and the damage it can cause to the towed vehicle’s dashboard
electronics.
If you’re using a diode, why not use the best? ROADMASTER’s
Hy-Power diodes have a heavy-duty, anodized aluminum heat
sink, and each diode is protected against the elements — all
components are housed inside an epoxy-sealed, anodized aluminum case.
Four-pack required for most vehicles. Includes detailed wiring
instructions.
790 one Hy-Power diode
792 two Hy-Power diodes
793 three Hy-Power diodes 794 four Hy-Power diodes
790-25 25-pack Hy-Power diodes (bulk pack)
Never pull the battery cable to tow!
If you have this — the motorhome
has separate brake and turn signal
lights; the towed vehicle has combined
brake and turn signal lights.
Then you need this — the Brite-Lite
converter connects a vehicle with a separate brake and turn signal system to a
vehicle with a combined brake and turn
system, while delivering more current to
the towed vehicle’s brake and turn signal lights for brighter illumination.
Eliminate the inconvenience and danger of pulling your battery cable with the
Automatic Battery Disconnect. Just
connect it and forget it — after the
initial installation, your vehicle can
be towed and then driven without
any further adjustment to the battery
— ever!
The Automatic Battery Disconnect
is ideal for anyone towing a Jeep Liberty, Jeep Wrangler or any other vehicle which must be towed with the
battery cable disconnected. And it’s
also ideal for anyone who wants the security of knowing they’ll always have a
fully-charged battery during and after towing. With the Automatic Battery Disconnect, supplemental braking systems cannot drain the battery.
• Constantly charges the battery during towing.
• Provides a positive current source for break away systems or other accessories
which must be connected to the battery.
• Marine-grade solenoid with 200-amp constant duty and 600-amp surge
• Works on virtually all 12-volt batteries
• Pre-assembled for easy installation
732 Brite-Lite 3-to-2 converter
765 Automatic Battery Disconnect
Brite-Lite™ 3-to-2
wiring converter
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Protection and Storage
Protect your towed vehicle and RV
against dings and rock chips!
The Guardian is crafted from rotationally-molded, high-impact polyethylene to absorb the impact of rocks, gravel and
road debris — instead of ricocheting it back at the motorhome.
The Guardian can be attached and removed in seconds, and
fits all ROADMASTER tow bars equipped with quick-disconnects
(Note: MX brackets will not accommodate the Guardian). Can
also be used with a tow dolly to help protect your towed vehicle
by using Guardian bracket part number 2000-8.
If you tow more than one vehicle, the Second Vehicle Kit has
all the mounting hardware necessary to swap the Guardian
from one vehicle to another.
4000
Guardian Rock Shield
2000-8 Guardian adaptor for tow dollies
4000-1 Second Vehicle Kit
For maximum protection, use a Tow Defender and a Guardian.
Motorhomes kick up rocks, gravel and road debris, but so does oncoming
traffic. A Tow Defender/Guardian combination protects your towed vehicle’s finish, headlights and windshield against damage from both lanes.
Guardian Storage System
The 4000-10 Stowaway slides over your tow bar’s stinger or
ball mount to convert the rear of your motorhome into a storage area for your Guardian rock shield.
The 4000-40 Stowaway also stores the Guardian at the rear
of your motorhome. The 4000-40 also has a center cut-out
for quick and easy access to most motorhome electrical components. An additional feature is a drop-down collar with a
pull-pin design that allows you to easily remove the Stowaway
for access to the rear diesel compartment — without having to
take the tow bar off!
With a set of optional quick-disconnects (part number 222;
see page 17), both Stowaways will also store either a StowMaster tow bar or a ROADMASTER quick-disconnect crossbar.
4000-10
4000-40
222
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Stowaway
Stowaway with rear RV access
½ set quick-disconnects to store a StowMaster
or quick-disconnect crossbar
4000-10
4000-40
Made in the U.S.A.
Tow Defender
A bumper-to-bumper blanket of protection!
The Tow Defender’s all-weather, heavy-duty screen deflects rocks,
gravel and road debris down and away, protecting your towed vehicle’s
finish, headlights and windshield against chips and dings. The vinylcoated mesh lets air through, keeping it low and over the road.
Fully extended, both Tow Defenders offer 20 square feet of protection, and are held in place with shock-absorbing steel struts. Once
you’ve reached your destination, roll up the Tow Defender, snap the
elastic straps around each end and store it against the motorhome.
• Quick installation and release
• Lightweight and compact — weighs just 14½ pounds, and rolls up
to four inches in diameter
• Powder-coated steel supports and heavy-duty gas struts for maxi mum durability, support and cornering flexibility
Patent pending
Gas struts
automatically
compress for
cornering.
4700 Tow Defender — fits all ROADMASTER tow bars with quick
disconnect release systems (Does not fit MX brackets)
4750 Tow Defender — fits Blue Ox tow bars with Blue Ox brackets,
Demco tow bars with Demco brackets and all motorhome
mounted ROADMASTER tow bars
Tow Defender
in stowed position
RoadWing removable mud flap system
RoadWing’s ‘anti-sail’ design keeps the mud flaps down, where they
can stay on the job — double-bolt attachment points hold the system
in place, as well as
level on the bevel,
and grooved interior channels deflect rocks, gravel
and road debris
down and away
from your towed
Hitch or ball mount not included
vehicle or trailer.
The RoadWing slides over your ball mount or tow bar stinger and is
easily attached with set bolts, or just as easily detached. The 24” x 24”
flaps can be trimmed to fit nearly any vehicle. The four models below fit
all vehicles, from full-size trucks to buses, motorhomes and trucks with
dual tires.
U. S. patent number
4400
4400-73
4400-69
200345-00
6,179,311
77-inch – fits full-size trucks
73-inch – fits SUVs and midsize trucks
69-inch – fits mini-pickups and small SUVs
one replacement mud flap (24” x 24”) for above
4400-102 expandable from 91 inches to 102 inches
for motorhomes, buses and trucks with dual tires
200345-00 one replacement mud flap (24” x 36”) for above
Nixtopper™ crossbar cover
Patent pending
The quick and easy way to add some pizzazz to the front of your towed vehicle (and protect your knees)
without having to remove the crossbar! Simply remove the linch pins, position the Nixtopper over
the quick-disconnects and replace the pins.
The Nixtopper is made of black high-impact ABS and comes
Before Nixtopper…
with a front license plate frame. Attaches in seconds and is just
as quickly removed.
Fits any ROADMASTER towing system with a quick-disconnect release.
4100 Nixtopper crossbar cover
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Tow Bar and Crossbar Covers
These tow bar and quick-disconnect crossbar covers
are made of heavy-duty marine-grade black vinyl, handcrafted at the ROADMASTER plant for a custom fit.
The quick-disconnect crossbar cover is designed to
cover the car-side brackets and crossbar when the tow
bar is disconnected.
Proudly displaying their respective logos, these ‘car
wash safe’ covers will help keep your tow bar, brackets and quick-disconnect crossbar free of dirt and road
grime when not in use, ensuring smooth and easy tow
bar operation.
052-2
057-2
Tow Bar Padlocks
Don’t spend your time worrying about
a stranger or kids unlatching or removing
your safety pins. Replace them with padlocks and peace of mind. Padlocks discourage theft and tampering and protect
against accidental release.
Hardened steel shackle with solid brass
tumblers and components.
Quickdisconnect
padlock
Coupler
padlock
055-2
Receiver
hitch lock
105
052-2
105
057-2
055-2
055
052
StowMaster All Terrain cover
Quick-disconnect crossbar cover
Sterling All Terrain cover
BlackHawk, BlackHawk 2 All Terrain
and Falcon All Terrain covers
Falcon 2 cover (also fits Falcon)
StowMaster cover
055
052
301
302
303
308
304
305
315
316
Quick-disconnect padlock
2-pack quick-disconnect padlocks (keyed alike)
2-pack quick-disconnect padlocks and 1 coupler padlock
(keyed alike)
4-pack quick-disconnect padlocks (keyed alike)
1 receiver hitch lock and 2-pack quick-disconnect locks
Coupler padlock
Receiver hitch lock
2-pack receiver hitch locks (keyed alike)
Tow Bar Cleaner
A fast-acting, environmentally-friendly solution
that sticks to your tow bar, making it a breeze to
clean. Removes dirt and grime build-up, penetrating into blind holes and between adjacent surfaces.
Melts away road film, diesel exhaust, bugs, tar,
grease and grime, dirt and debris.
Biodegradable, non-toxic, contains no phosphates or petroleum distillates.
Designed for tow bars, but works wonders on any
surface that’s hard to clean.
9932 Tow Bar Cleaner 22 oz. spray
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LubeMaster™
silicone spray
LubeMaster is the ideal lubricant for tow bars, awning arms,
window tracks, folding steps or
for hundreds of other applications around the home and RV.
It’s a dry silicone, which
doesn’t attract dirt or road grime
that can cause binding.
Meets Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) standards.
747 LubeMaster
Towing Accessories
EZ Twistlock™ receiver inserts
XL™ receiver inserts
Safety cable guide
Designed for ROADMASTER EZ Twistlock series brackets, these heavy-duty
rubber caps help keep out dirt, gravel
and grime when your Twistlock brackets
are removed.
Each insert is stamped with the ROADMASTER name and will give your towed
vehicle that finished look.
Designed for ROADMASTER XL series
brackets, these heavy gauge steel caps
help keep out dirt, gravel and grime
when your XL brackets are removed.
Each insert is stamped with the ROADMASTER name and will give your towed
vehicle that finished look. They fit all
1½” diameter tubes.
210 1 pair EZ Twistlock receiver
inserts — Fit all 1½” inner diam
eter tubes
212 1 pair EZ Twistlock receiver
inserts — Fit all EZ2 style brackets
with 1¼” inner diameter tubes
200
Helps prevent the safety cables and
electrical cord from being crushed or
damaged, either between the coupler
and the ball or between the ball mount
and the road.
Nickel plated; mounts directly underneath the hitch ball.
For car-mounted tow bars or for
any towing application that uses a ball
mount.
1 pair XL receiver inserts
chrome
200-5 1 pair XL receiver inserts
black (not shown)
669 Safety cable guide
Quick-disconnects
These replacement packs are available in full and half sets; a replacement
set of quick-disconnect base assembly
components is also available.
201 1 set quick-disconnects
221 1/2 set quick-disconnects
both tow bar sides
222 1/2 set quick-disconnects
both car sides
910021-00 Quick-disconnect
crossbar assembly
Includes car side quick
disconnects, crossbar,
linch pins and base pins
067 Quick-disconnect crossbar
067 quick-disconnect
crossbar
5” x 12”
“Car-in-tow” signs
Safety cable anchors for quick-disconnects
A quick and secure connection point at your towed vehicle, the safety cable anchors
are manufactured from ¼-inch laser-cut steel plate and come with a powder-coated,
gloss black finish. The anchors bolt onto all mounting brackets with ROADMASTER
quick-disconnects. Two safety cable anchors per set.
910648 Safety cable anchors
Printed in black on yellow plastic. Required by law in many states.
Rear window suction cups included.
Will not fade or warp.
330
440
660
770
“I go where I’m towed to”
“This is a towed car”
“Car in tow and ready to go!”
“Vehicle in tow”
Quick-disconnect covers
Give your towed vehicle that finished
look, and protect your knees. These covers fit over all car-side quick-disconnects,
when not towing. Made of high-impact,
rotationally-molded plastic that is fadeand crack-resistant.
202 1 pair quick-disconnect covers
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Tow Bar Adaptors
To adapt other manufacturers’ tow bars
to ROADMASTER brackets…
Adaptor bars shown in white
025
025
Adapts Reese, Valley, Eaz-Lift,
Draw-Tite and Husky carmounted tow bars to ROADMASTER brackets (see notes
1 and 2).
032 and 033 adapt motorhome-mounted Blue Ox tow
bars (Aventa, Aventa II, Kar
Bar, Aladdin, Alexxa, Acclaim), as well as Blue Ox “A
frame” tow bars (with one- or
three-pronged attachments)
to ROADMASTER brackets.
They also adapt Demco Dominator, Aluminator, Excalibar
and Kwik-Tow tow bars to
ROADMASTER brackets.
032
033
032 — Allows you to disconnect the adaptor bar and the
removable front bracket arms
(see note 2). The Guardian
rock guard (see page 14) will
work with this adaptor.
To adapt ROADMASTER tow bars
to other manufacturers’ brackets…
031 — Adapts ROADMASTER Falcon, BlackHawk,
BlackHawk All Terrain and Falcon All Terrain tow
bars to Blue Ox brackets. Also adapts Sterling tow
bars (with serial numbers up to 14,500) to Blue Ox
brackets.
031-5 — Adapts all ROADMASTER Sterling tow
bars (with serial numbers above 14,501) to Blue Ox
brackets.
034 — Adapts ROADMASTER Falcon, BlackHawk,
BlackHawk All Terrain and Falcon All Terrain tow
bars to Demco brackets. Also adapts Sterling tow
bars (with serial numbers up to 14,500) to Demco
brackets.
033 — The adaptor is permanently bolted to the mounting
bracket (see notes 1 and 2).
038
038 — Adapts Duncan
Towmatic II, Karbar and
EazAligner 2000 car-mounted tow bars to ROADMASTER
brackets (see notes 1 and 2).
Note 1: in order to remove the front extensions on ROADMASTER XL or EZ Twistlock brackets,
you will need quick-disconnects (part number 201; see page 17) in addition to the adaptor.
Note 2: this adaptor does not fit MX or MS series brackets.
(Tow bars and mounting brackets are not included with adaptor bars.)
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034-5 — Adapts all ROADMASTER Sterling tow
bars (with serial numbers above 14,501) to Demco
brackets.
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It’s bound to happen — a part gets lost or misplaced. Here’s
a partial list of the parts and accessories we have available. If
it’s not listed here, call us at 800-669-9690, tell us what you’re
missing, and we’ll find what you need.
910031
910023
910028
910024
910029
910032
910027
Tow bar parts
910003-00
Button and glue kit
910003-10
Autowlok™ bushing kit
910003-15
Shoulder bolt kit (not shown)
910003-32
Shoulder bolt and yoke bolt (not shown)
910003-35
Handle kit (not shown)
910003-50
Autowlok bushing kit
910003-52
Shoulder bolt, bushings and end plug kit (not shown)
910003-65
Shoulder bolt, bushings and end plug kit (not shown)
910003-80
Autowlok bushing kit (not shown)
910003-85
Shoulder bolt, bushings and end plug kit (not shown)
910652
Handle springs and caps (not shown)
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(For all ROADMASTER tow bars)
910022 2-pack safety cable quick links
910031 Safety cable snap hook
910022
Pins and clips
910006*
Tracker pin and clip (not shown)
• 910006-00* Pin for Tracker (not shown)
• 910007-00** 3” pin with cable and linch pin for 034 adaptor (bulk)
910008-00
Large base pin with cable and linch pin (one each)
• • • • • • •
910023
2-pack storage hairpin
• 910024
2-pack QD linch pins
• • • • • • • •
910026
2-pack safety pin with clasp
910027
Receiver pin and clip
• • • • • • •
910028
2-pack clip only for receiver pin
910029
2-pack large base pin with cable and linch pin
• • • • • • •
910032
Coupler pin
• • Ea
Safety cable hooks and links
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* also fits 031 adaptor
**with adaptor 034 only
910003-00
Bracket safety cables
910003-50
910003-10
6,000-pound rated
Available in multiple lengths, from eight inches to 22 inches
(part numbers 650646-8 through 650646-22)
Sold one each; quick links sold separately
8,000-pound rated
Available in multiple lengths, from eight inches to 22 inches
(part numbers 650648-8 through 650648-22)
Sold one each; quick links sold separately
Multiple lengths
from 650646-8 to
650646-22
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Hitch Accessories
The leading cause of tow system failure is an “out of level” tow bar — when
the tow bar is at an upward or downward slope. The accessories in this section will allow you to connect your tow bar at a safe, level height.
048-4
048-6
048-8
048-10
048-2
Hi-Low Hitches
Use a Hi-Low Hitch to level the RV hitch to the tow bar. These hitches have a solidsteel shank, allowing a 10,000-pound capacity and 400-pound tongue weight.
Available in two-, four-, six-, eight- and 10-inch drops.
Three inches above or below level is the ‘Safe Zone’ for motorhome-mounted tow bars. Car-mounted tow bars must be approximately level.
Is your towing system within the Safe Zone?
• Fit nearly all two-inch receiver hitches
• 10,000-pound GVWR capacity; 400-pound maximum tongue weight
3”
048-2 2” Hi-Low Hitch
048-6 6” Hi-Low Hitch
048-10 10” Hi-Low Hitch
3”
048-4 4” Hi-Low Hitch
048-8 8” Hi-Low Hitch
Safety cable extensions are required for
any accessory which extends the length of
the towing system (see pages 11 and 19).
Stay within
the Safe Zone!
It’s easy to bring an out-of-level tow bar into the ‘Safe Zone.’ Use one of ROADMASTER’s hitch accessories to raise or lower the motorhome hitch receiver or tow bar
stinger.
077-2
For car-mounted towing
6,000 pound rated
Adjustable Ball Hitch
An adjustable ball mount that spans 16 inches of vertical height in one-inch increments. The shank can be turned up or down, for low or high ground clearance. The
maximum rise is seven inches; the maximum drop is nine inches.
Only for towing a car behind a motorhome — not for use with any type of trailer.
880 Adjustable Ball Hitch 6,000-pound GVWR capacity; 100-pound maximum
tongue weight
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U. S. patent number
5,884,930
077-4
Dual Hitch Receiver
With this dual-purpose hitch receiver, you can add a bike carrier or other hitch accessory to the rear of your motorhome.
• For car and boat owners alike
• Solid steel construction
• Fits most 2” hitch receivers
• Computer-designed and -tested
• 10,000-pound capacity; 400-pound • Powder coated for maximum durability
maximum tongue weight
077-2 2” Dual Hitch Receiver
077-4 4” Dual Hitch Receiver
071-75
7½” Hitch
Receiver
Extension
076
6” High-Low
Drop
070
4” High-Low
Drop
071
12” Hitch
Receiver
Extension
072
2” High-Low
Drop
Hi-Low Drops and Hitch Receiver Extensions
The shanks on the Hi-Low Drops can be turned up or down, for low- or highground clearance. Available in two-, four- and six-inch models.
The hitch receiver extensions provide 7½ and 12 inches, for those towing systems
which need a little more reach.
Both the Hi-Low Drops and the Hitch Receiver Extensions are only for towing a
car behind a motorhome — not for use with any type of trailer. They are all rated at
6,000-pound GVWR and 100-pound maximum tongue weight.
Note: safety cable extensions are required for any accessory which extends the
length of the towing system (see pages 11 and 19).
072 2” Drop Receiver (flip to raise 2”) 070 4” Drop Receiver (flip to raise 4”)
076 6” Drop Receiver (flip to raise 6”) 071 12” Hitch Receiver Extension
071-75 7½” Hitch Receiver Extension
049-1
Hitch pin and clip included
Rollaway™
Prevents the hitch from digging and dragging on the pavement. Made for heavy duty applications. Front load design accommodates hitches that other rollers won’t fit. Solid steel roller
won’t fail like plastic or rubber rollers. Front load design fits most
two-inch hitch receivers. Works with or without ball mount.
050 Rollaway
Roller
Hitches
U. S. patent number
5,695,204
Shown: 10” and 4” Roller Hitches.
Also available in 6” and 8” sizes.
061
Quiet Hitch™
This anti-rattle ring slips over the tow bar’s stinger mount. Tightening one bolt
(049-1) or two bolts (061) removes any free play between the stinger mount and the
hitch.
• Bolts on in seconds
• The 061 works on 2” class 3 and 4 hitch receivers;
the 049-1 works on 2½” class 5 hitch receivers
• Powder coated finish for maximum durability
061
Quiet Hitch for 2” class 3 and 4 receivers
049-1 Quiet Hitch for 2½” class 5 receivers
Made in the U.S.A.
Drop extension for car-mounted tow bars. Use a Roller Hitch in 4” through 10”
drops to level the RV hitch to the tow bar.
• The solid-steel roller prevents scraping and dragging.
• Fits all square tube hitch receivers with two-inch inner diameters.
• 5,000-pound GVWR capacity; 200-pound maximum tongue weight
051-4 4” Roller Hitch
051-8 8” Roller Hitch
051-6 6” Roller Hitch
051-10 10” Roller Hitch
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Supplemental Braking Systems
Why do you need a
supplemental braking system?
Here are five reasons…
1. Safety first! Supplemental brakes…
• …take the load off the motorhome, and the motorhome and the towed vehicle
brake in tandem, taking significantly less time and distance to come to a controlled stop.
• …relieve stress on the tow bar and the mounting brackets — a panic stop without supplemental brakes is a leading cause of tow system failure.
• …reduce the chance of a catastrophic brake failure at the motorhome, as a
result of sustained braking.
2.It’s required — According to the American Automobile Association, most
states, plus many Canadian provinces, now require supplemental brakes if the
towed weight exceeds 3,000 pounds (see page 23).
3.Chassis warranty — Workhorse will void your chassis warranty if you tow
more than 1,000 pounds without supplemental brakes; Ford stipulates 1,500
pounds.
Which system is right for me?
A ‘direct’ system? — BrakeMaster is recommended if you don’t frequently change motorhomes or towed vehicles. Because it connects directly
to the motorhome’s braking system, the initial installation is longer than a
portable system. But once installed, it’s a truly trouble-free and easy-to-use
braking system.
A ‘progressive’ system? — InvisiBrake is recommended if you like
convenience above all else and plan on keeping your towed vehicle for the
foreseeable future. InvisiBrake is not a portable system, but the major components can be easily removed and installed in a new towed vehicle. Initial
installation time is approximately three hours.
Or a portable? — Even Brake and the 9700 are recommended if you
change towed vehicles or motorhomes often. Both are portable systems, with
no installed components in the motorhome except for a dashboard monitor. Initial installation time is approximately one hour, depending
on the vehicles.
Even Brake is a sophisticated system with
proportional braking; the 9700 is a basic system which applies a pre-set braking pressure.
BrakeMaster™
All systems…
•…will bring your towed vehicle into compli ance with U.S. and Canadian requirements.
•…include an emergency break away system,
to stop your towed vehicle should it ever sep arate from the motorhome.
•…work in virtually any towed vehicle with
power brakes.
•…work in virtually any motorhome.
•…greatly decrease your stopping distance,
helping you avoid the danger and hassle of
accidents.
Proportional braking system
InvisiBrake
Progressive braking system
Even Brake®
Portable proportional braking system
4.Wear and tear — Because they aren’t braking for two vehicles, your motorhome brakes last longer.
5.It just makes good sense — Every other trailer on the road today — fifth
wheels, travel trailers, boat trailers or semi-trailers — has its own braking system.
When you’re towing two or three extra tons, shouldn’t you have a supplemental
braking system to stop it?
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9700™
Portable braking system
Weight limits for towing without supplemental brakes
It’s required!
The states in red require supplemental brakes
if the towed weight exceeds 3,000 pounds.
The color key for the other states, as well as
state-by-state weight limits, is listed below.
Source:
American Automobile Association
Digest of Motor Laws, 2010 edition
Specific
Weight Limits —
United States
If the towed weight exceeds
the following, a supplemental
braking device is required.
1,000 pounds
(New York)
1,500 pounds
(Cal., ID, NV)
2,000 pounds
(Miss., Ohio)
Federal
Regulations
3,000 pounds
(28 states & DC)
4,000 pounds
(Del., NC, RI)
Title 49 (49CFR571) of the
Federal Motor Vehicle Safety
Standards (10-01-08 edition)
defines a ‘trailer’ as follows:
“Trailer means a motor vehicle
with or without motive power,
designed for carrying
persons or property and
for being drawn by
another motor vehicle.”
4,500 pounds
(Texas)
5,000 pounds
(Alaska)
10,000 pounds
(Massachusetts)
Other Categories
Must stop within
a specified distance
Not stated
or no requirement
Supplemental brakes
always required
‘A’
‘B’
‘C’
KEY
Must stop within a specified
distance (varies by state)
Not stated or no requirement
Supplemental brakes always
required
Important! Every reasonable effort was
made to verify the accuracy of this information; however, ROADMASTER, Inc. does
not warrant its accuracy and disclaims all
liability for any claims or damages which
may result from errors or omissions.
United States
WEIGHT LIMIT IN POUNDS
OR OTHER RESTRICTION (SEE ‘KEY’)
Alabama..................................... 3,000
Alaska......................................... 5,000
Arizona....................................... 3,000
Arkansas..................................... 3,000
California.................................... 1,500
Colorado..................................... 3,000
Connecticut................................. 3,000
Delaware.................................... 4,000
District of Columbia..................... 3,000
Florida......................................... 3,000
Georgia....................................... 3,000
Hawaii......................................... 3,000
Idaho........................................... 1,500
Illinois.......................................... 3,000
Indiana........................................ 3,000
Iowa............................................ 3,000
Kansas...............................................‘A’
WEIGHT LIMIT IN POUNDS
OR OTHER RESTRICTION (SEE ‘KEY’)
Kentucky...........................................‘A’
Louisiana..................................... 3,000
Maine.......................................... 3,000
Maryland..................................... 3,000
Massachusetts........................... 10,000
Michigan..................................... 3,000
Minnesota................................... 3,000
Mississippi................................... 2,000
Missouri............................................ ‘B’
Montana..................................... 3,000
Nebraska.................................... 3,000
Nevada....................................... 1,500
New Hampshire................................‘A’
New Jersey....................................... ‘C’
New Mexico................................ 3,000
New York.................................... 1,000
North Carolina............................ 4,000
Canada
WEIGHT LIMIT IN POUNDS
OR OTHER RESTRICTION (SEE ‘KEY’)
North Dakota................................... ‘C’
Ohio............................................ 2,000
Oklahoma................................... 3,000
Oregon.............................................‘A’
Pennsylvania.................................... ‘B’
Rhode Island............................... 4,000
South Carolina............................ 3,000
South Dakota.............................. 3,000
Tennessee.................................... 3,000
Texas........................................... 4,500
Utah..................................................‘A’
Vermont....................................... 3,000
Virginia........................................ 3,000
Washington................................. 3,000
West Virginia............................... 3,000
Wisconsin.................................... 3,000
Wyoming...........................................‘A’
WEIGHT LIMIT IN POUNDS
OR OTHER RESTRICTION (SEE ‘KEY’)
Alberta........................................ 2,000
British Columbia.......................... 4,400
Manitoba...........................................‘A’
New Brunswick............................ 3,000
Newfoundland..................................‘A’
Northwest Territories........................ ‘C’
Nova Scotia................................. 4,000
Ontario....................................... 3,000
Prince Edward Island................... 3,300
Quebec....................................... 2,860
Saskatchewan............................. 3,000
Yukon Territory............................ 2,000
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Portable Pre-set Braking
Efficient, effective…and EASY!
Push-button control — the 9700 is a
preset system with three braking preferences —
light, medium or heavy braking.
Or, the 9700 may be set to activate
only in an emergency break away.
The 9700 uses the electrical
connections already in place on
your towed vehicle (the towed vehicle’s electrical harness) to brake
when you brake the motorhome
— the same electrical signal
that activates the towed vehicle’s
brake lights also activates the
9700.
Includes an emergency break away system,
designed to bring your vehicle to a controlled stop
should it ever separate from your motorhome.
9700 9700 portable braking system
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Features
• Three braking pressure presets: light, medium or heavy
• Or, the 9700 may be set to activate only in a break away
• Activates only when the motorhome’s brake lights illuminate — no false braking!
• Connects and disconnects from the towed vehicle in just a minute or two
• Includes an LED motorhome monitor for a visual reference of braking activity
• Includes an emergency break away system
• The 9700 automatically delivers maximum braking pressure in a break away.
• Automatically protects the towed vehicle’s brakes —
• The 9700 releases braking pressure after an extended period of braking, then
activates the next time the motorhome’s brakes are applied.
• Audible alert at motorhome indicates extended braking.
• Easily transfers from one towed vehicle to another, without expensive labor fees.
(Initial installation is typically under an hour, depending on the vehicles.)
• Recovers quicker — the 9700 is ready for the next stop nearly twice as fast as other
systems with smaller air compressors.
• Adjustable brake pedal clamp — fits brake pedals that other systems can’t
• Does not accumulate water in the reservoir tank, unlike other systems — no
puddles on the carpet!
• Four independently adjustable feet — for a stable platform in vehicles with uneven
floors
• Meets U.S. and Canadian braking requirements
A revolutionary innovation in
supplemental braking — nothing.
Progressive Braking
Zip. Zero. Zilch. Nothing. Nada. Nil.
That’s what you have to do to connect and disconnect InvisiBrake. There’s
nothing to take in and out of your towed vehicle and there’s nothing to push,
pull, set, adjust, activate or deactivate.
What could be easier than nothing at all?
What is InvisiBrake?
InvisiBrake is a fully-automatic, progressive supplemental braking system
that uses the electrical connections already in place on your towed vehicle (the
towed vehicle’s electrical harness) to brake when you brake the motorhome —
the same electrical signal that activates the towed vehicle’s brake lights also
activates InvisiBrake.
Features
•Completely out of sight
InvisiBrake is so small it can usually be mounted under the driver’s seat, un der the rear seat, behind interior panels or in the trunk, without sacrificing
any of the vehicle’s usable space.
•Progressive braking
When you apply continuous braking force, so does InvisiBrake — the longer
you apply the brakes in the motorhome, the harder your towed vehicle will
brake. (InvisiBrake will not skid your tires.)
•Bypasses the 12-volt outlet and charges your battery
InvisiBrake connects directly to the towed vehicle’s battery and constantly
charges the battery during towing — InvisiBrake will never drain the bat tery.
•Two-stage motorhome monitor
InvisiBrake includes an LED monitor for a visual reference of braking activ ity; an audible alert at the motorhome will warn you if the brakes have
been on for too long.
•Activates only when the motorhome’s brake lights illuminate — no
false braking!
•Works in virtually any towed vehicle — including those with full-time
(‘active’) power braking systems
•Includes an emergency break away system
•Easily adjusts to individual braking preferences —
braking pressure is adjustable from five to 80 psi.
•Meets U.S. and Canadian braking requirements
8700 InvisiBrake supplemental braking system
Made in the U.S.A.
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Portable Proportional Braking
Portable Proportional Braking System
Even Brake…Even Safer.
Even Brake is the ultimate portable, proportional towed vehicle braking system.
It automatically increases or decreases braking pressure in direct proportion to the
motorhome. In other words, it brakes evenly — at the same time, and at the same
intensity, as you brake the motorhome.
Proportional braking is a distinct advantage over ‘on-or-off’ systems, which
brake at one preset level, no matter how hard the motorhome stops. Even Brake
delivers full emergency braking when you need it, and won’t cause excessive brake
wear when you don’t.
Nobody brakes the same way every time — and neither does Even Brake.
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Made in the U.S.A.
9400 Even Brake portable proportional braking system
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Step 1
Step 2
Position Even Brake between
Move the driver’s seat up to
the driver’s seat and the brake
Even Brake.
pedal. Adjust the pedal clamp
over the brake pedal.
Step 3
Plug in the wiring harness, the
power cord and press the “Test”
button.
Ready…Set…Tow!
Exclusive Features
Even Brake’s monitor gives you complete, continuous braking
information — at a glance.
Even Brake stays in constant communication with the motorhome, and with
you. It reports any braking activity, or a change in system status, to a wireless
monitor in the motorhome.
The monitor shows you —
•An LED display across the top of the monitor illuminates when Even Brake
is applying the brakes or if there is any change in the braking system. The
LED display is a quick, visual reference — a green, yellow or red light.
•Simultaneously, an LCD text message directly below the LED explains the
current braking condition, in complete detail.
The monitor tells you —
•In addition to the LED display and the LCD text message, an audio tone
will alert you to an emergency braking condition.
• Full-time proportional braking — proportional braking is even braking —
your towed vehicle’s brakes respond to your motorhome’s brakes, at the same
time and intensity.
• Constant self-diagnostic testing — Even Brake monitors its own performance
constantly, and any change in system status is transmitted to the motorhome
monitor. Even Brake is the only supplemental braking system that checks itself, so
you don’t have to — a glance at the monitor assures you that Even Brake is fully
operational.
• ‘Power Save’ low battery protection — Even Brake warns you of a low bat tery in the towed vehicle with LED and LCD alerts at the motorhome monitor, giv ing you time to recharge the battery. If the battery’s voltage drops too low, Even
Brake goes into sleep mode, while retaining emergency braking power.
• ‘Terrain-Sensing Logic’ — Even Brake adjusts to uphill or downhill grades, and
to rough terrain, by automatically leveling itself. Because it’s always level, Even
Brake always brakes with maximum efficiency.
Additional Features
• Automatic brake protection — the monitor alerts you after an extended period
of continuous braking, then Even Brake releases braking pressure, avoiding ex cessive wear on the towed vehicle’s brakes.
• Easily adjusts to individual braking preferences — adjust braking force and
sensitivity at the touch of a button.
• On-board memory — even when unplugged, Even Brake will remember your
adjustment settings, and will automatically level itself.
• Completely portable — easily transfers from vehicle to vehicle without expen sive labor fees; connects and disconnects in seconds.
• Automatically delivers maximum braking pressure in an emergency or a
break away situation — Even Brake works the most when you need it the most.
• Small and lightweight — fits in virtually all vehicles, with plenty of “elbow
room” under the steering wheel and dash.
• High-capacity air compressor — recovers quicker — ready for the next stop
nearly twice as fast as other systems.
• Adjustable brake pedal clamp — fits brake pedals that other systems can’t.
• Adjustable monitor lights — bright for daytime driving; dimmer switch allows
the monitor lights to be dimmed for nighttime driving.
• Four independently adjustable feet — for a stable platform in vehicles with
uneven floors.
An emergency
break away system
is included.
This system is designed to bring your vehicle to a controlled
stop should it ever separate from your motorhome.
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“Direct” Proportional Braking
BrakeMaster…
™
• …works in virtually any motorhome.
• …works in virtually any towed vehicle with power brakes.
• …easily disconnects from the brake pedal — from towed car to
road car in seconds!
• …includes a break away emergency braking system.
• …meets U.S. and Canadian braking requirements.
What is BrakeMaster?
U. S. patent number 5,915,798
Made in the U.S.A.
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BrakeMaster is ROADMASTER’s ‘direct’ proportional braking system. It connects directly
to the motorhome’s air or hydraulic braking
system for rock-solid, reliable braking —
brake line pressure in the motorhome controls
the brakes in the towed vehicle.
Because it connects directly to what powers
your motorhome’s brakes, BrakeMaster is
a truly proportional, truly synchronized
braking system — however you brake the
motorhome, BrakeMaster automatically
applies the same pressure. Every time.
Connects and disconnects from the
towed vehicle in under a minute,
without any tools, adjustments or
settings — attach the brake pedal
clamp, secure to the floor or
seat adaptor (see BrakeMaster
Accessories on the next
page), quick-connect the air
hose, and you’re ready to tow.
Weighs just 3¾ pounds
and measures 17 inches
in length — stores
almost anywhere.
BRAKEAWAY ™
TOWED VEHICLE EMERGENCY BRAKING SYSTEM
Included with BrakeMaster 9060 and 9160, the BrakeAway system works in conjunction with your BrakeMaster to bring your towed vehicle to a controlled stop should
it ever separate from your motorhome.
The BrakeAway is available separately, but you must have an installed BrakeMaster
system for it to function.
There’s a BrakeMaster for all three types of motorhome brakes…
9060
9100
9160
8600
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BrakeMaster with BrakeAway for motorhomes with hydraulic brakes
BrakeMaster for motorhomes with air or air over hydraulic brakes
BrakeMaster with BrakeAway for motorhomes with air or air over
hydraulic brakes
BrakeAway kit (included with 9060 and 9160)
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BrakeMaster Accessories
See the next page for a listing of accessories for all ROADMASTER braking systems.
Accessories
for Even Brake and the 9700
Seat adaptors — 88XXX
Provide a vehicle-specific mounting location to pin the BrakeMaster.
Available for most vehicles; required
on some applications. Check online
at www.roadmasterinc.com to see
if one is required for your vehicle.
104 Air cylinder storage bag
Protect your air cylinder when you’re
not towing. The storage bag is made
of marine-grade vinyl, with a Velcro
closure, and has two carrying straps.
Approximate size: 26” w x 7½” h
Second vehicle kits
98100/98160 — If you switch BrakeMaster between two vehicles, install the
98100 or the 98160 in the second vehicle. Both kits contain monitor wiring, air
lines and installation hardware; the 98160 also includes a BrakeAway.
Second motorhome kits
98200/98300 — If you change motorhomes, install these components in the
motorhome. The 98200 is for motorhomes with air or air over hydraulic brakes;
the 98300 is for motorhomes with hydraulic brakes.
900002 Brake Pressure Reducer
With the Brake Pressure Reducer, you can
install BrakeMaster in a hybrid, a Hummer H3,
or in any vehicle with a full-time (‘active’)
power braking system. Working in conjunction
with these braking systems, the Brake Pressure
Reducer delivers a correspondingly reduced
braking pressure that eliminates over-braking
issues associated with these hybrids and
Hummers.
In addition to BrakeMaster, the Brake Pressure Reducer works in other supplemental braking systems which use pressurized air to brake the towed vehicle.
7921 Metric-to-Standard Brake Line Tee
Use the Metric-to-Standard Brake Line Tee to install the BrakeMaster 9060
proportioning valve in motorhomes with metric brake lines.
9332 12-volt outlet kit
Even Brake and the 9700 are powered through the towed
vehicle’s 12-volt outlet, with the ignition
key turned to the
“tow” position. If your
vehicle has no power
to the outlet with the key in this position,
use this kit.
The 12-volt outlet kit can also be used
to bypass a corroded or otherwise damaged 12-volt outlet socket, or to replace
an outlet with insufficient amperage.
9330 12-volt ‘Y’ adaptor
Use this ‘Y’ adaptor to connect more
than one 12-volt accessory to a single
12-volt outlet.
9331 12-volt extension cord
This extension cord will extend your
12-volt outlet by six feet.
Second vehicle kits
98800 For the 9700
If you switch the 9700 between two vehicles, install this break away system, and
monitor and brake light signal wiring, in the second vehicle.
98400 For Even Brake
If you switch Even Brake between two vehicles, install this break away system, ICX
transmitter and Brake-Lite Relay in the second vehicle.
Air cylinder shaft and foot extensions
Although Even Brake and the 9700 fit most vehicles as is, in rare cases it may be
necessary to gain additional clearance over obstructions on the floor, or to extend the
reach of the air cylinder shaft to ensure a secure and stable fit.
9336/9336-3 Air cylinder shaft extensions
This option extends the reach of the air cylinder shaft by either 1½ inches (part
number 9336) or by 3½ inches (part number 9336-3).
9337/9337-4 Foot extensions
This option allows the 9700 or Even Brake to sit up to one inch higher in the vehicle.
Available singly (part number 9337) or in a four-pack (part number 9337-4).
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Braking Accessories for All ROADMASTER Systems
(BrakeMaster, Even Brake, InvisiBrake and the 9700)
8603 Break away cable
A self-supporting, coiled design provides lift off the road surface
while still allowing plenty of slack for cornering. Extends to eight
feet and conveniently retracts for storage. Ideal for virtually any
break away system.
650898 Break away switch, pin and ring
200200-20 Break away pin and ring
Our replacement break away switch has a
sealed, corrosion-resistant ABS housing and
metal contact points.
The replacement break away pin is attached
to a plated steel ring and comes with a waterresistant O-ring seal.
Why do I need a stop light switch?
What does the
Brake-Lite Relay do?
It stops the brake lights from
functioning until the vehicle is
started. This prevents the towed
vehicle’s brake signal from overriding the motorhome’s turn signal.
When you tow without the Brake-Lite Relay, your towed vehicle’s brake lights
alone will work fine. Your turn signals alone will work fine. But if you’re braking and turning, the brake light from the towed vehicle will override the turn
signal from the motorhome and drivers behind you will be unaware you’re
about to turn.
Do you need a Brake-Lite Relay?
You only need a Brake-Lite Relay if you’re installing a supplemental towed
vehicle braking system that pushes or pulls the brake pedal.
Exceptions –
• With the engine off step on your brakes. If the brake lights do not illuminate, you
do not need a Brake-Lite Relay.
• If you’re using magnetic tow lights or a bulb and socket wiring kit, you do not
need a Brake-Lite Relay.
• If both your motorhome and towed vehicle are wired for separate brake and turn
signals, you do not need a Brake-Lite Relay.
88400 Brake-Lite Relay
Comes standard with Even Brake®.
• Wiring and components included
• Easy to follow instructions
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Made in the U.S.A.
For two very important reasons:
• A stop light switch and 10-amp fuse must be installed in some towed vehicles to
enable the brake lights to illuminate with the ignition key turned to the “tow” position,
which is required by law.
• What does the motorhome monitor actually monitor? Most
indicate when the supplemental braking system is activated.
ROADMASTER uses a stop light switch to connect BrakeMaster,
Even Brake, InvisiBrake and 9700 monitors to the towed vehicle’s
brake light, so you always know
when the brake pedal is depressed and released.
That’s an important distinction.
Say you position the braking system too far forward, so it’s riding
on the brake pedal. Most monitors
will indicate nothing. ROADMASTER monitors accurately indicate
continuous braking, which notifies
you of a problem before you even drive away. Systems that monitor the supplemental
braking system only would not indicate braking activity, which would likely result in
brake damage.
If the supplemental braking system is positioned too far back and doesn’t reach the
brake pedal, most monitors will indicate braking when the supplemental braking system activates, even though the brake pedal isn’t being depressed. Every ROADMASTER monitor accurately indicates no braking, giving you the opportunity to reposition
your supplemental braking system — before you head down that six percent grade in
the mountains.
ROADMASTER manufactures stop light switch kits for most popular towed vehicles;
check online at www.roadmasterinc.com for the most current list.
Stop light switch kits — 751XXX
Adjustable Tow Dollies
The RoadMaster (shown on this page) is our premium dolly; the RM3477 (see
the next page) is the economical alternative.
Both dollies are easily adjustable, to accommodate a wide range of towed
vehicles — simply adjust the ramps in or out. There’s no need to buy a new dolly
every time you change towed vehicles.
Both are ideal for anyone who wants to tow multiple vehicles without having to
install a tow bar mounting bracket. And a transmission lube pump is not necessary for vehicles with front wheel drive automatic transmissions, since the front
wheels are off the ground.
U. S. patent number 6,164,897
tow
dolly
Axles can be adjusted out to a maximum of 101½”…
…or in to a minimum of 93½”.
Self-steering wheels
with stabilizers allow
the dolly to track the
motorhome without
cutting corners.
Specifications
Electric brakes
are standard.
Conveniently located
bed tilt release
Convenient location eliminates
crawling under car to tilt bed.
Overall length: 136”
Overall width —
Narrow axle position: 93.5”
Wide axle position: 101.5”
Weight: 620 pounds
Maximum vehicle weight: 4,380 pounds
Tires: ST215-75 R14 radials
Maximum tread width —
Ramps narrow position: 68”
Ramps wide position: 76”
Trailer ball size: 2”
Dual pin bed latch
Bed cannot tilt
even if one pin fails.
Heavy-duty trailer tires
…increase safety when
towing heavier vehicles.
Adjustable TieDowns
One size adjusts to fit
tires from 12” to 16”.
TruGrip™ ramps are easily
adjustable from 40” to 76”.
Locking storage trays
…for TieDown straps and
miscellaneous equipment.
One key fits both trays.
Accu-Lube™ hubs
Easily repack the bearings
through the grease fitting.
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Accessories for both tow dollies
Part number 2050-1
the economical
adjustable
Features
• Slideable ‘Easy-load’ ramps —
• Slideable ramps quickly adjust your dolly to tow vehicles ranging from ultra
compact cars all the way up to full size
trucks
• Unique TrueGrip laser-cut pattern on
ramps provides positive traction in both
directions for safe loading and unload ing
• Accu-Lube™ hubs — easily repack the
wheel bearings with a grease gun
• Built-in electric brakes for safer stops
• Deck swivels 9º for easy cornering and
maneuvering
• Ramps, axle and deck are powder coated
for maximum durability
• Complete with adjustable TieDown™
straps (fit most tires from 12 to 16 inches)
and ratchets
• High-density polyethylene fenders elimi-
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nate metal fatigue problems frequently
associated with metal fenders, and they
will not rust.
• Easy assembly (average assembly time:
one to two hours)
Add functionality and protection to your towed vehicle with a Guardian™ and a spare tire carrier. The all-steel, powder-coated brackets bolt
on or off in seconds, and can be attached on the tow dolly tongue (spare
tire and Guardian not included).
2000-7 Spare tire carrier
for tow dolly (Spare
tire not included)
Mount your spare tire and
wheel on your tow dolly using
this heavy-duty steel, powdercoated mounting bracket.
2000-8 Guardian carrier
for tow dolly
(Guardian not included)
Using the mounting bracket, you can
add the protection of our Guardian
to your tow dolly. Helps protect your
towed vehicle against damage from
rocks and road debris.
2000-1 RoadMaster tow dolly with electric brakes
2050-1 Tow dolly model RM3477
Specifications
Minimum tire width: 34” inside to inside
Maximum tire width: 77” outside to outside
Overall length: 121”
Overall width: 102”
Height at fenders: 29”
Weight — empty: 545 pounds
Tires: ST205-75 R14 radials
Adjustable TieDown straps: fit 12” - 16” tires
Maximum weight of towed
vehicle: 4,250 pounds
Trailer ball size: 2”
2000-7 Spare tire carrier for both tow dollies
2000-8 Guardian carrier for both tow dollies
2000-9 Spare tire and wheel for 2000-1 tow dolly
200330-80 Spare tire and wheel for RM3477 tow dolly
2100
Deluxe magnetic tow lights for both dollies
2120
Standard magnetic tow lights for both dollies
099
Anti-scratch pads (set of three)
2110
Tie down ratchet (one — for both dollies)
2114
TieDown strap (one — for both dollies) — fits 14” tires
2115
TieDown strap (one — for both dollies) — fits 15” tires
2150
Adjustable TieDown™ strap (one — for both dollies) — fits
12”-16” tires
Care and Cleaning
Voom™ RV
The newest cleaning technology in Voom RV allows
you to use only one cleaner for all of your RV’s cleaning and maintenance. From top to bottom, front to rear,
inside and out, Voom RV is the only cleaner you will ever
need.
Voom RV is an all-purpose cleaner that’s safe for all
surfaces not harmed by water. And it’s safe for the planet
— Voom RV is biodegradable and contains no petroleum
distillates. Great for around the home too!
Exterior uses: aluminum; awnings; black streaks;
chrome; bug stains; painted surfaces; rubber; rubber
roofs; screens; tar; wheels and more! Interior uses: appliances; carpets; counter tops; fiberglass; grease; hard
water stains; mold and mildew; pet stains; spot cleaning;
tubs; toilets; upholstery.
9911 Voom RV 32 oz. spray
9910 Voom RV 1 gallon
9955 Voom RV 55-gallon drum
Voom™ Gold
Effortless showroom shine and UV protection in
seconds — uniquely formulated Voom Gold produces
a microfine UV- and chemical-resistant film, creating
a deep, rich luster that will deepen with each application, protecting surfaces from further oxidation or
deterioration. Spray on, wipe off — it’s that simple!
Perfect for both smooth and textured surfaces, vinyl,
rubber, plastic and fiberglass. Renews and protects all
exterior surfaces from further oxidation and deterioration. Contains no acrylic polymers that yellow and
crack. Shine lasts for months and deepens with every
application.
Tow Bar Cleaner
A fast-acting, environmentally-friendly solution that
sticks to your tow bar, making it a breeze to clean. Removes dirt and grime build-up, penetrating into blind
holes and between adjacent surfaces. Melts away road
film, diesel exhaust, bugs, tar, grease and grime, dirt and
debris.
Biodegradable, non-toxic, contains no phosphates or
petroleum distillates.
Designed for tow bars, but works wonders on any surface that’s hard to clean.
9932 Tow Bar Cleaner 22 oz. spray
9941 Voom Gold 22 oz. spray
9940 Voom Gold 1 gallon
Made in the U.S.A.
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Dual Tire Inflators
Dual tires out of sight? Out of reach? Out of air?
Safe travel begins with safe tires.
• On average, one out of every four vehicles on the road today
is being driven with under-inflated tires.
• A tire can lose up to half its pressure without appearing to be
under-inflated.
• Tires can lose one to two psi per month in normal conditions.
• Driving with under-inflated tires is the number one cause of
tire wear and catastrophic blowouts.
A typical dual tire inflator kit includes:
• four stainless steel hoses with
quadruple-crimped plated brass fittings
• mounting brackets
• all attachment hardware
80 psi
120 psi
The tire on the left is
dangerously low, yet to
the naked eye, looks the
same as the full tire on
the right.
Made in the U.S.A.
Checking and inflating tires is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
1) Determine your mounting system: hub-mount;
hand-hole mount; or wheel cover mount.
2) Determine which style fits your budget: rubber
two-ply; stainless steel; or airless stainless steel.
3) Determine how many hoses you need: two hose kit (inner dual wheels only); or four-hose
kit (both inner and outer wheels).
Dual inflators for stainless
steel wheel liners and axle covers
Dual inflators for
wheel covers
8208
82082
8008
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Wheel cover-mount stainless steel
4-hose kit for 16" to 19½" dual wheels,
with 45º extenders for front tires
Wheel cover-mount airless
4-hose kit for 16" to 19½" dual wheels,
with 45º extenders for front tires
Wheel cover-mount two-ply rubber
4-hose kit for 16" to 19½" dual wheels,
with 45º extenders for front tires
Dual inflators for hand
hole-mount steel wheels
8009
80092
8007
Hand hole-mount stainless steel
2-hose kit for 16” to 19½” inner dual wheels
Hand hole-mount airless
2-hose kit for 16” to 19½” inner dual wheels
Hand hole-mount two-ply rubber
2-hose kit for 16” to 19½” inner dual wheels
Hub-mount stainless steel
4-hose kit for 16” to 19½” wheels
2-hose kit for 16” to 19½” dual wheels
4-hose kit for 22½” wheels
2-hose kit for 22½” inner dual wheels
4-hose kit for 22½” aluminum wheels
Hub-mount airless
80012 4-hose kit for 16” to 19½” wheels
80022 2-hose kit for 16” to 19½” inner dual wheels
Hub-mount two-ply rubber
8003 4-hose kit for 16” to 19½” wheels
8006 2-hose kit for 16” to 19½” inner dual wheels
8001
8002
8004
8005
8110A
Valve stem support, valve extenders and lug nut covers
Rubber valve stem support
Does your 16” wheel have a rubber valve stem? Rubber may be insufficient to support an aftermarket air extension hose or extender. Easy to
install, the valve stem support clips to the wheel and attaches
to the factory valve stem — no tools required.
The bracket supports and strengthens the valve stem
against the extra weight and rotation force while in motion.
For all 16” wheels with rubber valve stems.
8029VS Rubber valve stem support
Valve extenders
Enjoy easy access to your hard-to-reach front and rear valve stems. These
durable, nickel-plated brass valve extenders are angled to lengthen your front
or rear tire valves. These extenders make checking and inflating your dual tires
easy. Available in 45º, 90º, 135º and 180º angles.
Straight valve extenders
Sets include two straight extenders and two caps.
80292
2” straight valve extender
80293
3” straight valve extender
80294
4” straight valve extender
45º valve extender
Set includes two 45º extenders and two caps.
8029 45º valve extender
Custom lug nut covers
Dress up your plain wheels or replace
lost lug nut covers with stainless steel
lug nut covers. Designed to stay rustand corrosion-free for years.
Each cover fits snugly over your existing lug nuts and stays in place even in
the toughest conditions.
8010
8011
8019
8012
9005-6
9003-4
GM/Chevrolet 1” lug nut covers — stainless steel, eight-pack
Ford 1-1/16” lug nut covers — stainless steel, eight-pack
Ford 7/8” lug nut covers — stainless steel, eight-pack
1½” truck lug nut covers — stainless steel, six-pack
Lug nut covers for 22½” hub piloted wheels (33mm) —
stainless steel, six pack
Snap-in lug nut covers for wheel covers — four-pack
Universal lug nut cover pliers
Remove and install your lug nut covers quickly
with these universal lug nut cover pliers. The rubber-coated handles provide a non-slip grip and
their 9” length makes it easy to reach down into
deep dish wheels. Made of heavy gauge steel for
durability and strength.
8211 Universal lug nut cover pliers
90º valve extender
Set includes two 90º extenders and two caps.
802990 90º valve extender
135º valve extender
Set includes two 135º extenders and two caps.
8029135 135º valve extender
180º valve extender
Set includes two 180º extenders and two caps.
8029180 180º valve extender
Valve stem end caps
These sturdy valve stem caps look great,
plus they don’t rust, providing you with
years of detailed beauty. They also assist in
maintaining proper tire air pressure.
8030 Valve stem end caps — six-pack
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‘Spare Air’ tire inflation system and tire pressure gauges
‘Spare Air’ tire inflation system
Tire pressure gauges
When you need your spare tire, wouldn’t it be nice if it were fully-inflated
and ready to get you on the road? With the Spare Air tire inflation system, you
can easily check your pressure and inflate the air in your spare tire.
Our under-chassis system includes a 36” stainless steel hose that attaches
to under-chassis spare tires found in trucks, vans or SUVs. An easy-to-install
bracket attaches your hose to the bumper, providing easy access.
In our trunk-mounted system, a 36” rubber hose attaches to your tire and
can be fed under the trunk lining to a position that’s easy and quick to check.
Included is a bracket to attach the end of the hose to your trunk wall, if you so
choose. All mounting hardware is included, in addition to a 90º valve extension to get into tough-to-reach spots.
Proper air pressure is an integral part of a safe road adventure, and boosts your
gas mileage. These professional-quality, easy-to-read gauges are designed to help
you get to your next stop safe and sound, while saving you money.
82286-S
Under-chassis
‘Spare Air’ inflation
system
Dual tire inflation and equalization tool
Fill or release air from both tires at the gauge. Check the inner dual
with a screw-on valve; check the outer dual with a manual lock-on.
Read the pressure on the gauge and either raise or lower the
pressure in both tires with the valve at the gauge.
• Ideal for all dual wheel applications.
8216-9
• Equalize and fill both dual tires simultaneously.
8216-9 Dual tire inflation and equalization tool
8216
Deluxe tire pressure gauge
• For trucks and RVs • Measures from 10 to 160 lbs.
• High ANSI grade B accuracy • Shock resistant
• Portable case with an easy-to-read dial
• Convenient pressure release button
8216 Deluxe tire pressure gauge
Long dual foot tire pressure gauge
• For trucks and RVs
• Measures from 10 to 150 pounds
• For all valve stem applications
8216-4 Long dual foot tire pressure gauge
82286-R Trunk
mounted
‘Spare Air’
inflation
system
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8216-4
length: 11½”
90º tire pressure gauge
Can’t reach your valve stem because of those small hand
8216-5
length: 11½”
holes? Wheel Masters’ new 90º bend allows you access
for those hard-to-reach areas to properly check tire pressure.
• Durable stainless steel construction
• Easy-to-read indicator
• Measures in two-pound increments from 10 to 160 psi.
8216-5 90º tire pressure gauge
Short dual foot tire pressure gauge
• Measures from 10 to 120 psi • For all valve stem applications
• Spring pocket clip
8216-6 Short dual foot tire pressure gauge
8216-6
length: 6”
Mirrors and trailer levels
‘Level Master’ trailer levels
Innovative solutions for performance, safety and beauty
‘Vision Plus’
portable side view mirrors
Mount these portable mirrors quickly and easily on the door or fender
of your tow vehicle. Each mirror extends up to 17” so you can see to back
up and monitor how your trailer is tracking.
Adjustable-length nylon strap and non-scratch hooks at the top and
bottom of the door or fender hold
the 9½” long x 6¾” wide x 2½” deep
stainless steel mirror heads securely
in place.
The mirrors are powder-coated for
durability and good looks; rubber
padding helps control vibration and
prevent scratching.
6500 Vision Plus mirror,
two-pack
6510 Vision Plus 5” round
convex wide-angle mirror
6600 Eagle Vision 7” square
mirror
6800 Wide angle spot mirror,
3¼” x 3¼”
These giant all-in-one RV levels provide visual side-to-side and front-to-rear
leveling assistance for trailers, fifth wheels and motorhomes.
Both can be viewed from the driver’s seat to help locate the best level location for parking your RV. Each mark on the side-to-side scale indicates one
inch of blocking.
The front-to-rear scale is adjustable and can be easily viewed while operating your tongue jack.
The leveling bars are encased in UV-resistant plastic — no leaking or rusting sometimes associated with other levels.
Both levels come with easy-to-install instructions on your trailer or motorhome. The Level Master bracket (part number 6700BK; see below) can be
used with either level.
6700 Level Master — 11” x 2¾” all-in-one level — metal housing
6780 Level Master with 6700BK bracket
67200 Level Master 2 — 10¾” x 2-7/8” all-in-one level —
UV-resistant plastic housing
Level Master
with bracket
Level Master 2 without bracket
Level Master bracket
Adds flexibility to the installation
of the Level Master on pin box surfaces that are 25º to 90º.
•Heavy-duty plastic
•Mounting hardware included
•Easy to mount
•Adjustable to fit your needs
•Fits most fifth wheel pin boxes
6700BK Level Master bracket
Fits most fifth wheel pin boxes
For both Level Masters (above)
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Suspension Solutions
We’re the suspension experts.
Do you need a custom suspension component?
Motorhome manufacturers make your RV “livable.”
We help make your motorhome “drivable.”
Very few people would say they bought their motorhome (or truck, van or SUV) for
the suspension. For most of us, the suspension is out of sight and out of mind — even
though your driving performance, safety and comfort are all riding on those components.
The primary benefits of ROADMASTER suspension components are:
• Anti-sway bars — virtually eliminate ‘body roll’ (the vehicle rolls from side to side,
especially during cornering). Anti-sway bars stabilize the vehicle, which keeps it level
through crosswinds, as well as dramatically improving overall handling.
• Steering stabilizers — front tire blow out protection. Stabilizers also automatically
compensate for oversteer caused by pot holes, rut tracks and other unfavorable road
conditions.
• Trac bars — drastically reduce ‘wander’ (the steering feels loose,
making it difficult to keep the vehicle in a straight line).
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Every “yes” to the following questions is a “yes” for an anti-sway bar, a steering
stabilizer and/or a trac bar…
• Does the vehicle “roll” when cornering?
• Does driving for an extended period of time leave you physically exhausted?
• Is your rig all over the road — can’t keep it between the lines?
• Would you lose control if one of the front tires blew out?
• Does the steering wheel have a mind of its own?
• Do passing trucks and crosswinds rock your vehicle back and forth?
• Is driving a ‘white knuckle’ experience?
Which component is right for you?
ROADMASTER designs, engineers and manufactures anti-sway bars, steering stabilizers and trac bars. They work in concert with the other components of your suspension system to add stability and control.
The chart on this page identifies the primary benefits of aftermarket suspension
products. Each one has value — for a specific application. Use the chart to make an
informed, educated decision about what aftermarket suspension product(s) will enhance your vehicle’s stability, handling and maneuverability.
Stabilizers and Trac Bars
REFLEX
RSS suspension products are vehicle-specific. To find
the stabilizer and/or TruTrac bar for your vehicle, visit
www.roadmasterinc.com or call 800-669-9690.
Steering Stabilizers
When control is an issue...
Reflex Steering Stabilizers are
a safety feature for Class A and C
motorhomes, SUVs, vans and emergency vehicles. Tempered steel
springs, which are attached to the
tie rods and undercarriage, automatically compensate for oversteer
caused by pot holes, rut tracks and
other unfavorable road conditions,
as well as crosswinds and passing
18-wheelers.
The springs react instantaneously
to bring the vehicle back to center.
Benefits Reflex provides…
• Front tire blow out — when you blow out a front tire, your vehicle will make an abrupt
turn toward that tire, causing you to veer into oncoming traffic or off the road. The stabilizer
reacts instantaneously to bring the vehicle back to center.
• Crosswinds and passing traffic — works to keep your steering centered and prevents
oversteering to help control your vehicle more effectively.
• Road fatigue — helps you stop fighting the steering wheel for control. The stabilizer
keeps the steering wheel centered — not you.
• Rut tracking — ruts cause you to oversteer. With the Reflex Steering Stabilizer on board,
your reactions become easier, eliminating overcompensation when steering out of a rut.
• Rut edging — when your tire drops off the edge of the pavement, it can startle even the
most careful driver. The Reflex Steering Stabilizer keeps you going straight — helping you
control the vehicle until you’re back on the road.
• Pot holes and debris — with the Reflex Steering Stabilizer in place, the motorhome will
stay straight and go in the direction you want, even when you bounce through a pot hole
or other dangerous road condition.
What
do our
customers
say?
“I had a Reflex Steering Stabilizer installed, and the difference was night
and day — my class C motorhome handles like a sports car. The stabilizer
keeps the steering centered, no matter what the road throws at me. Ruts,
bumps and hairpin curves are no problem. My steering wheel doesn’t belong to potholes any more. It belongs to me.”
— Jerry Miller, Portland, Oregon
Davis TruTrac™
When tracking is an issue...
Does your motorhome vibrate
from side to side?
Are ‘wandering,’ ‘rut tracking’ and ‘lazy steering’ a problem?
Tired and fatigued trying to
keep in line going down the
road?
Davis TruTrac bars link the chassis to the front axle, eliminating excessive axle
side play, without affecting normal up-and-down suspension travel. The result is
precise, predictable handling. The benefits are an immediate improvement in both
vehicle performance and safety, as well as increased driver comfort — more positive control means less driver fatigue.
Each TruTrac bar comes complete with all mounting hardware, and installs using
pre-drilled factory holes — no drilling or welding required. They will not interfere
with original equipment, or affect any factory warranty.
Davis TruTrac bars are available for Ford F53 chassis (V8 and V10), all Workhorse motorhome chassis (W16, W18, W20, W22 and W24), Freightliner front
engine diesel (FRED) chassis, and Kodiak 45/5500 chassis. Davis TruTrac bars
are cadmium-plated and use polyurethane bushings for maximum stability and
longevity.
What
do our
customers
say?
“My F53 chassis would vibrate so bad that it shook the whole
motorhome. The only way to stop the vibration was to slow down to
20 mph — which almost got me rear-ended twice. Finally my wife
told me, ‘I’m not riding in that motorhome any more.’
A mechanic told me about Davis TruTrac bars. I had one installed
and the vibrations stopped immediately. I drove that motorhome
for another 150,000 miles (with my wife back on board) and it was
solid as a rock.
Buying that Davis TruTrac bar was the best move I ever made.”
— John Kielty, Reno, Nevada
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Anti-Sway Bars
Why fight it?
Does your suspension
have the best of you?…beat
you down?…control you?
Driving your RV should be an enjoyable experience. And it can be. Adding a set of RSS anti-sway bars to your
suspension has an immediate effect
on stability and cornering control.
Does your motorhome (or SUV, pickup truck or van) handle like the Queen
Mary? Does it pitch and roll with every gust of wind or passing semi, or list to
port or starboard on the curves, or waddle over speed bumps, railroad tracks
and driveways?
Well, it shouldn’t. As a matter of fact, motorhomes can be made to handle
just like what they are — motor vehicles — with two aftermarket upgrades.
Upgrading your shock absorbers will control up and down motion. But the
best shocks in the world won’t affect side to side motion (the “Queen Mary
effect,” commonly called “body roll” or “sway”) by one iota.
The solution to sway is in the suspension.
Adding a set of custom anti-sway bars to your suspension system will have
the same effect on sway as a good set of shocks has on up and down motion
— there’s an immediate improvement in stability and tracking, especially on
the curves.
For many motorhome owners, this is an empowering experience. What was
beyond their control, just yesterday, is suddenly within it — cornering with
confidence, quicker maneuvering, and a remarkably level ride over uneven
terrain — all without launching the dishes out of the cupboard.
A better anti-sway bar.
RSS anti-sway bars are built to offer
significantly more resistance to sway than stock bars…
•Bigger is better — RSS anti-sway bars have a thicker diameter than
stock bars (often, a quarter to three-eighths of an inch more). Each
incremental increase in diameter has an exponential effect on performance — on average, torsional roll stiffness is increased by 30 percent
with every 1/8” increase in diameter.
In plain English — the bar offers 30 percent more resistance to sway.
•A high-grade alloy — RSS anti-sway bars are made of 4140 “chromoly” steel (a chrome and molybdenum alloy) which is considerably
stronger and more durable than the standard spring steel (a 1020
grade) used in many stock anti-sway bars.
•A better pivot point — RSS anti-sway bars have polyurethane bushings, which, unlike the rubber used in stock bushings, is impervious to
gas, oil and ozone corrosion, is more resistant to abrasion, and doesn’t
buckle under heavier load weights.
Made in the U.S.A.
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Anti-Sway Bars
About RSS anti-sway bars…
RSS currently manufactures more than 100 different anti-sway bars for large
vehicles such as pickup trucks, vans and SUVs, and on up to full-size motorhomes. Whether you’re driving a
Ford F350 or a 40-foot Class A motorhome, we make an anti-sway bar
for you. And chances are, the next
ambulance or rescue vehicle you
see has an RSS anti-sway bar — RSS
anti-sway bars make it safer and
easier to drive an emergency vehicle
at high speeds, and they also hold
it level, so that both patient and paramedic are on a more stable platform.
Which means that throughout the country, you’ll find a wide variety of vehicles already equipped with RSS anti-sway bars.
Each RSS anti-sway bar is designed as a custom fit, for a specific chassis.
RSS engineering designs take into consideration chassis and axle manufacturers’ specifications (your warranty will not be affected), and to avoid any
interaction or conflict between the anti-sway bar and popular accessory addons, whether or not they’re presently on your vehicle.
RSS anti-sway bar benefits
•Safety — body roll forces more weight to the outside tires, reducing traction. An anti-sway bar distributes the weight evenly over all the wheels. With
more rubber on the road, the vehicle is more stable and responsive.
Sway can force the driver into a series of oversteer reactions, especially during cornering. Compensating for sway at the steering wheel is dangerous at
any speed.
•Comfort — constantly having to correct for sway is not only dangerous, it’s
also physically exhausting. RSS anti-sway bars virtually eliminate sway caused
by crosswinds and weight shift. So even after hours at the wheel, the driver
arrives fresh, instead of fatigued.
RSS suspension products are
vehicle-specific. To find the antisway bar for your vehicle, visit
www.roadmasterinc.com, or call
800-669-9690.
RSS anti-sway bars
are designed to fit specific…
•…class A motorhomes
•…class C motorhomes
•…sport utility vehicles
•…trucks and vans
What
do our
customers
say?
“I noticed a difference as soon as I stepped into the motorhome — there was no rocking movement. During a recent trip
we encountered substantial crosswinds. With the RSS anti-sway
bar, I estimate our motorhome’s sway was reduced by 90%. We
don’t feel anything now when a tractor trailer blows by us.
I’m 100% satisfied — everyone should experience the benefit
of this product.”
— Johnny Singleton, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
“The installation of the (RSS anti-sway bar) vastly improved
steering. Sway on turns very much reduced. Sway due to passing trucks reduced also. My motorhome handles like our car.
Very smooth.”
— A. Dunham, Rochester, Washington
“It changed our Superchief from the most miserable to the
best handling and riding rig on the road. We can now go out
looking for crooked roads to enjoy.”
— R. Hanson, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
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“I swerved to avoid a collision with a truck in the wrong
lane, and veered off the road into the brush. I could see
my Ford Explorer in the motorhome’s rear view camera,
whipping back and forth. I thought for sure it was going
to roll on its side. I know a little about physics, and I was
amazed that your Falcon 2 tow bar held it in place. You
folks make a damn good product.”
— Walt Leutwyler, Dallas, Texas
“Congratulations on the superior quality and workmanship in the manufacturing of tow bar bracket kit #1012-1
XL, which I have recently purchased and installed. Chilton
& Haynes would surely be interested in ROADMASTER’s
installation instruction writer. Every single detail and part
was clearly discussed, including safety factors. Thanks!”
— Ron Haskins, Pahrump, Nevada
“It’s been such a pleasure doing business with a company like ROADMASTER. Not only do you get a very good
product, you get treated like a PERSON. I think you have a
very professional staff working for you.”
— John Blondina, Toms River, New Jersey
(Visit www.roadmasterinc.com/products/testimonials to see what
dozens of other customers have said about our products.)
Towing and Suspension Solutions
ROADMASTER, Inc. • 6110 NE 127th Ave
Vancouver, Washington 98682 • 800-669-9690
fax (360) 735-9300 • roadmasterinc.com
TM & © 2011 ROADMASTER, Inc. All rights reserved 01/11 853079-07
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on the latest information available at the time of publication.
ROADMASTER, Inc. reserves the right to make changes at any time, without
notice, in material, specifications and models, or to discontinue models.
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