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We do this together, same as attaching the Jeep, but can be done by one person. I usually handle everything outside of the vehicle while Ash handles everything inside the Jeep.
For Outside the vehicle (Kevin’s Responsibility)
Step 1: Find a safe, level and out of way location to detach your tow vehicle.
Use work gloves for protection.
Step 2: Unplug the power cords and the breakaway teether from the RV side and the tow vehicle side.
Step 3: Remove one side of the tow bars and safety cable
Step 4: Remove the other side.
Step 5: Secure tow bars and tow cables and cover tow bars.
Step 6: Make sure Base pins and Linch pins are secured and ready to travel on the Jeep.
For Inside The Tow Vehicle (Ashley’s Responsibilities)
Step 1: Put the parking brake on for tow vehicle
Step 2: Remove the braking system and tuck-away the brake away cable
Step 3: Shifting the transfer case back from neutral to _____.
Step 4: Start the vehicle
By: Kevin Quiambao
Disclaimer: These are specific steps to detach our 2001 Jeep Wrangler with RoadMaster All-Terrain Falcon Tow Bars and a RVibrake3 Auxiliary Braking System. Use this as a guideline as your parts may vary. Consult your manuals for specific directions.
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