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Old 08-22-2016, 08:47 PM   #111
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Here's bonus. The side plug ins
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Old 08-23-2016, 05:35 AM   #113
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Thanks JJ. So, is the "bottom" photo rotated?
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Thanks JJ. So, is the "bottom" photo rotated?
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Old 08-24-2016, 08:25 AM   #117
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Yes sir. I really like the picture almost 3D looking. Also wondering if you settled on a tow bar for your jeep? We use the ready brute with blue ox plate and it works great. I also just put a bicycle rack on back of jeep a Yakima rack and it bolts on to spare tire holder really solid. I'll put up some pics soon
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Yes sir. I really like the picture almost 3D looking. Also wondering if you settled on a tow bar for your jeep? We use the ready brute with blue ox plate and it works great. I also just put a bicycle rack on back of jeep a Yakima rack and it bolts on to spare tire holder really solid. I'll put up some pics soon
Hummm, the reason I asked is because I've tried to cram my fingers behind it and also tried using a mirror to look behind it and can't feel or see anything. Guess I'll just have to take it off. I download movies to my laptop for when we travel to Mexico. I use an HDMI cable to play through a TV. Looks like I'll need to pull the TV anyway to plug in from behind.

Still haven't decided on a tow bar. I've been rubber necking on the freeway whenever I see a toad, to see what they're using. BlueOx seems to be the most popular. ReadyBrute seems to be the least expensive, with it's built in braking system. Does it jerk you when you apply the brakes? With it being cabled to the Jeep brake pedal, it seems like it might jerk. I think I saw that BlueOx now has a similar option. Roadmaster is built right here in my city of Vancouver.

I already have a bike rack (hitch mount) that I'll put on the Concord when not towing and the Jeep when towing. Thanks.
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Still haven't decided on a tow bar. I've been rubber necking on the freeway whenever I see a toad, to see what they're using. BlueOx seems to be the most popular. ReadyBrute seems to be the least expensive, with it's built in braking system. Does it jerk you when you apply the brakes? With it being cabled to the Jeep brake pedal, it seems like it might jerk. I think I saw that BlueOx now has a similar option. Roadmaster is built right here in my city of Vancouver.
If I may jump in and give my $0.02 worth on braking/tow bar....
I have a Ready Brake with Blue Ox Alpha tow bar. While I don't have any "real" issues with them, if I had to do it over, I would have gone with the ReadyBrute. I feel no jerking with the Alpha and the Ready Brake, but for simplicity purposes, I wish I had gone the other route. I guess I kind of cheaped out, but hey, I'm a rookie at this.

Also, I have found a decent mod in the brake pedal/Ready Brake configuration. It detaches the cable from the brake pedal arm while NOT in use. PM me if interested.
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If I may jump in and give my $0.02 worth on braking/tow bar....
I have a Ready Brake with Blue Ox Alpha tow bar. While I don't have any "real" issues with them, if I had to do it over, I would have gone with the ReadyBrute. I feel no jerking with the Alpha and the Ready Brake, but for simplicity purposes, I wish I had gone the other route. I guess I kind of cheaped out, but hey, I'm a rookie at this.

Also, I have found a decent mod in the brake pedal/Ready Brake configuration. It detaches the cable from the brake pedal arm while NOT in use. PM me if interested.
PLEASE DO... JUMP IN! I'm a complete Rookie. Never owned any type of travel trailer/motorhome and NEVER used a tow bar. I've heard nothing bad about the ReadyBrute. Please PM me your detach hack.
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