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BX1134 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon X (Includes Hard Rock Edition)(No JL) Baseplate$592.90
BX1134 Jeep Wrangler/Wrangler Unlimited w/ ARB Stubby Bar (No JL) Baseplate$592.90
BX1136 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk (2-Speed Transfer Case) Baseplate$592.90
BX1137 Jeep Wrangler (YJ) Baseplate$592.90
BX1138 Jeep Cherokee (No Trailhawk)(2-Speed Transfer Case) Baseplate$592.90
BX1139 Jeep Wrangler/Wrangler Unlimited (JL)(All Models w/Standard Bumper)(Includes ACC)(Includes 392 & 4XE) Baseplate$592.90
BX1143 Jeep Cherokee Steel Bumper w/Tow Hooks (Includes ACC & Technology Pkg.) (2-Speed Transfer Case) Baseplate$592.90
BX1144 Jeep Cherokee Aluminum Bumper w/out Tow Hooks (Includes Adaptive Cruise Control, Shutters, & Technology Package) (2-Speed Transfer Case) Baseplate$592.90
BX1145 Jeep Gladiator (Includes Mojave) (Includes ACC) Baseplate$592.90
Motorhome Dinghy Towing with a Blue Ox Baseplate
Blue Ox Baseplates are the #1 choice for America’s towing needs. Our baseplates are custom made to best fit each individual towing situation without requiring drastic alterations to the vehicle. These durable, steel constructed baseplates are easily integrated into the original frame and bumper.
Blue Ox’s unique design allows the towing baseplate to flex and absorb any shock during the drive, rather than transferring the rigid force of a bumpy ride to the frame of the vehicle. The weight is spread evenly to minimize pressure on the suspension.
Removable Tabs on Most Models
Blue Ox Baseplates are thoughtfully crafted and most models come with removable tabs, making the look of your vehicle more aesthetically pleasing, even with the baseplate installed. There are no large protruding brackets or crossbar support beams.
The tabs can simply be removed when not towing, making the baseplate practically invisible to the untrained eye. In addition to aesthetics, our baseplates have set new industry standards with our locking linchpin. Other manufacturers often use cotter pins which are more likely to come loose creating the potential for damage to the vehicle or cause an accident.