Roadmaster Changes Tow Bar Line

A picture of Roadmaster's Falcon Tow Bar with an attached crossbar

Roadmaster, Inc., will make a change to its tow bar line.

Recently, the company announced it will begin phasing out quick-disconnect crossbars in the coming months.

“Moving forward, our tow bars will be designed to connect to our more desirable direct connect baseplates, but will still attach to any existing system that already has a crossbar,” said David Robinson, Roadmaster vice president. “For some very specific applications, such as older baseplate designs, our part number 910021-00 crossbar will be available separately.”

Among Roadmaster’s tow bar line hallmarks was the availability of a quick disconnect crossbar. The crossbar increased rigidity in early baseplate applications and has been included with Roadmaster’s tow bars since its introduction.

As the company’s baseplate lineup evolved to include an integrated crossbar, however, the quick-disconnect crossbar became largely unnecessary. Still, it was included in Roadmaster tow bar kits for those customers with legacy baseplate kits.

Robinson said the change to phase out quick-disconnect crossbars will result in an easier installation for the customer or technician.

For more, call Roadmaster, Inc. at 800-669-9690 or visit

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