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I'm sure this has been brought up in the past but I thought I'd bring it up again. It's along the line of the Ford vs Chevy debate. I'm looking for opinions on tow bars. Don't need the latest greatest, just a good tow bar easy to connect and disconnect. I'll be towing a 2012 Honda CRV. Any opinions are welcome.

I'll also need a brake system. I've been looking at the Air Force, Invisibrake and US Gear. Pros/cons or opinions. Any feedback would be appreciated.

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It all comes down to research and making a decision. We have Roadmaster and have no real complaints. I can't give a comparison as that is all we have used for13+ years.

Same opinion only ours is a Blue Ox...it's a Chevy vs Ford question.

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I just set up my 2012 CRV with a BlueOX baseplate and am in the process of installing a US Gear braking system.

I have used the Blueox towbar for over 10 years (3 coaches and now 3 toads). The US Gear I used last year on a Corolla - best braking system ever. My Brake Buddy is now on the shelf.

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We have a Roadmaster baseplate on our 95 Honda Accord. The towbar is a Blue Ox Aladdin. I bought the towbar long before I got around to adding the baseplate to the car. We use an Invisabrake system for stopping.

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Blue Ox Aventa LX,,,,10k towing,,,,,,overkill, but it has performed flawlessly since 2009.

Easy connect/disconnect,,,,and stays Locked and covered on the MH when not in use.

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