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Old 11-23-2016, 12:29 AM   #1
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Miramar 35.2
State: Washington
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2016 Thor Miramar 35.2 - 2013 Honda Fit

Anyone have any experience with / opinions regarding the following towing / brake equipment?

- Blue Ox Mounting Bracket / Base Plate (model BX2253)
- Roadmaster Sterling All-Terrain Tow Bar w/ Blue Ox adapter
- Roadmaster BrakeMaster Braking System (model 9060 for hydraulic brakes)

I'm also considering the Roadmaster InvisiBrake System - any thoughts on this?

I'm hooking this all up to a 2016 Thor Miramar 35.2 and a 2013 Honda Fit HB.

Thanks in advance,

Kim & Christine Danielson
2016 Thor Miramar 35.2
2013 Honda Fit HB Sport
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Old 11-24-2016, 09:41 PM   #2
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I have the Roadmaster All Terrain tow bar and the Invisibrake on my 2010 Jeep Wrangler... Both work well - and I'd certainly get them again.

The towbar allows easy hookup and reasonable easy release even when not aligned or level. (I use the Roadmaster base plates - so don't have the BlueOx adapters.)

The Invisibrake just works - never notice the (3500 lb) Wrangler behind me when braking - it takes care of itself just as it should.
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