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A friend asked me to list his like new (only used 4 miles) Roadmaster Sterling Towbar. It has an all terrain, non-binding capability with a 6000 pound tow design. The towbar comes with mounting brackets for a 1997 Ford F150 pickup. The towbar was purchased in May of this year and was only used to tow the truck to the shop where the driveline disconnect was installed. He recently sold his Class C MH due to health considerations. The towbar is located in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Towbar is available for pickup. No shipping. Idaho Falls, Idaho is about a 3 hour drive North of Salt Lake City on I-15. Asking price has been reduced to $495. Currently Camping World has this identical towbar on sale for $965. For more information, contact Jack at (208) 552-5050.
Purchased a 98 Chevy Cavalier Contvertible that was towed on all fours and has the base plate but no front brackets. Looking to purchase brackets for it. Call Joani if you need more information at 208 - 880 - 1218
We purchased an excellent running toad. It is a 98 Chevy Cavalier and it already has a towmaster plate on the front of the RV. Are these standard? Or do I have to purchase a certain brand (i.e. blue ox) towbar to fit it? It also has a socket area for a wire connection. Should I only look at towbars with shocks? If you can help educate me on towing a toad it would be greatly appreciated. Our 99 Rexhall Rexair already has a brake controller installed. Do you think I should purchase a new model (because they maybe new inventions that are safer)? Any and all comments welcomed. Thanks, Joani (& Alberto)