Tow Packages Installs

 

(NOTE: This page is always being updated so check back often for new products)

Looking to setup a tow vehicle behind your motorhome? We can help set you up! Below is a little knowledge on what vehicles are towable and the options to tow them.

Lets start by learning the references to towing a vehicle behind your motorhome  (4 wheels down, toading, dinghy towing, and flat towing,)

Now that you know the references.. Lets see what vehicles can be towed.

What Vehicles Can be Towed 4 Wheels Down?

There are a variety of vehicles that can be towed behind your RV without the need for a complicated set-up or a trailer. For example, most Jeep vehicles can be towed without modifications. This is also true for some Ford, Dodge, Chevy, and Honda cars, SUVs, and trucks. But, you will have to check with your dealer to ensure towability. It can be expensive to repair a vehicle that you shouldn’t have towed in the first place.

The best vehicle to tow behind an RV is lightweight and can be towed with its wheels on the ground. Remember, the lighter the vehicle, the less wear and tear on your towing system and the RV. It’s also an advantage to you if the vehicle’s mileage doesn’t change while it’s being towed.

Within the guide below you’ll find the 2000 – 2017 MotorHome Dinghy Roundup of all manufacturer-approved flat-towable cars, trucks and SUVs.

Downloadable Dinghy Guides

After you have found out if your vehicle is towable lets move on to the options.

Our current most popular tow vehicle setup consist of the following:

  1. Roadmaster tow bar bracket kit
  2. Roadmaster Towbar
  3. Roadmaster accessory kit
  4. Stay-IN-Play duo by SMI

Visit  Roadmaster.com to view a list of bracket kits and towbars available. This site will also inform you if you need a brake light relay or any other parts that are required for your tow vehicle.

Visit Smibrake.com for a list of braking systems. We install Stay-IN-Play Duo. We really like this system setup because 1) It is permanent and out of the way and 2) It uses your brake booster from your tow vehicle so you have the same amount of braking power every time you stop. SMI also offers the Air Force One that uses the air system from your motorhome for braking

Now even though this is out most popular setup that does not mean you have to go with it. There is other manufactures out there that provide great products also.

For instance lets Demco Products. I had the opportunity to speak with one of the reps at the show this year and was I shown all the new towbars and how they are setup. I was very happy with the functionality and ease of use with there towbars  as well as new additions to their current tow dollies.

Also BlueOX is another top manufacture with their towbars and bracket kits as well as their SWAYPRO®, featuring true spring steel and technology. Their top notch weight distribution with built in sway.

There is other manufactures out there that I have not mentioned as you would be reading all day. With a quick google search you will see them all. And with that said they all have something to offer to the towing market.