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Old 01-06-2016, 03:56 PM   #11
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X2 what Bob says. The Falcon and Brake Buddy were aired for $500 so i couldn't pass them up. The all terrain is easier to unhook if you are not level and the Airforce One users your air brakes.
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Now that i read it again i think the O.P. only needs the base plate since he bought a new toad
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Now that i read it again i think the O.P. only needs the base plate since he bought a new toad
Did you read his other posts for a says its going to cost almost $4,000. that seems to be a lot if it doesn't also include a tow bar.
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We just purchased a CR-V. Decided to tackle the install of the base plate myself. I have about 900.00 between the base plate and a Blue Ox Aventa.
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Did you read his other posts for a says its going to cost almost $4,000. that seems to be a lot if it doesn't also include a tow bar.
X2 Dan - that was my impression. If the OP is paying $4K for a Base Plate he can have the base plate of his choice, purchased from me and shipped overnight for $2000 - half-price, such a deal!
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We just purchased a CR-V. Decided to tackle the install of the base plate myself. I have about 900.00 between the base plate and a Blue Ox Aventa.
Joe, I hope that your CRV is older then 2015. In 2015, the CRV got a CVT tranny and is no longer towable on all fours. I have a 2013 and done the baseplate and also on a friend's. Its a little tricky getting the nose off.
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Did you read his other posts for a says its going to cost almost $4,000. that seems to be a lot if it doesn't also include a tow bar.
I just realized that. $4000 is a lot for a baseplate. Guessing he needs it all.
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That price includes base plate tow bar lighting system and brake buddy.
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Was told if I am going to the RV show in Tampa might get a better deal from Blue Ox dealer
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Joe, I hope that your CRV is older then 2015. In 2015, the CRV got a CVT tranny and is no longer towable on all fours. I have a 2013 and done the baseplate and also on a friend's. Its a little tricky getting the nose off.
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It's a 2013 Hank. I do do a little research every once in a while.
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