Falcon 2 Tow Bar for Blue Ox Brackets

Catalog Item # 21427 Members Only Special

One of the largest hookup radiuses in the industry for fast, easy connection to Blue Ox brackets.

Time-Tested, Proven, Reliable!

  • The use of stainless steel in virtually every moving component allows for smooth, trouble-free operation and prevents corrosion that binds.

  • Autowlok locking mechanism — allows both tow bar arms to extend or retract for a quick connection. Then, as you drive away, the arms self-center and automatically lock.

  • A patented latching mechanism ensures secure, easy storage on the back of your motorhome.

  • One-person quick connect and disconnect — thanks to Roadmaster’s self-supporting “quick-disconnects,” one person can easily connect or disconnect the Falcon 2 in seconds.

  • Full-length, steel crossbar reinforced for maximum support and safety

  • A lustrous, high-tech powder coat finish for maximum durability

Technical Specifications

37 lbs.

by Jim – January 05, 2016
No, the Blue Ox variation Falcon 2 tow bar does not have the quick disconnect crossbar like the standard Falcon 2 model for Roadmaster tow brackets.
by Camping World – February 08, 2016
I want to get a full tow setup for a 2010 Subaru Outback. I need to know what ALL I will need to buy for this set up. Brackets.Baseplates etc.. I am interested in the Falcon 2 tow bar blue ox brackets but I'm not sure what I will need for the car? Thanks!
To start, if your Forester has an automatic transmission, it can only be towed on a trailer. Otherwise, you will need to use #60575(mfg# BX3616) for baseplates as opposed to #72850(mfg# BX3619)which is for 2014-2016 year model Subaru Forester. #60575 fits year models 2009-2013. #60575 is not listed on our website and will have to call in the order to Sales @ 888.626.7576

A brake light wiring kit such as item# 23797 will be needed or magnetic tow lights can be used instead of hardwiring.

Safety cables will be needed, along with a 'electrical coil' to connect the trailer wiring from the motorhome to the brake lights for the towed car. Supplemental braking and break away system may be needed to be installed in the towed vehicle depending on state towing regulations.
by Camping World – September 03, 2015

by MARTY – July 30, 2015
The owner's manual of your vehicle will need to be checked first to verify if said vehicle can be flat towed. Remco Towing has lube pump kits and drive shaft disconnects available to convert vehicles to flat tow capability, however a number of vehicles cannot be modified and are only able to be towed on a dolly or trailer.

Tow bar brackets like SKU#27826 will be needed as well as supplemental braking. The Falcon 2 accessory kit, SKU#23792, holds most of the other items needed such as brake light wiring and safety cables. For further assistance, please contact our Technical Service Group @ 800.622.6264 or your closest Camping World store location.
by Camping World – December 14, 2015

Related Items

You May Also Like