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Posted: 08/09/20 12:05pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have a RoadMaster Sterling All-Terrain that is 17 years old. I tow a Honda CRV. Frankly, it never occured to me that a tow bar should be replaced every 7 or 8 years. Mine still looks and feels the same way it was new. I'm having a difficult time understanding why it should be replaced. JMHO


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We used our original RoadMaster Sterling (prior to the Sterling All Terrain) for over 14 years and 140,000 miles before it was destroyed in an accident. We would still be using it today if the Jeep we were towing hadn't been hit from behind.


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crawford wrote:

No it means if you are the original owner Demco just want's a copy of your bill off sale. Maybe if other company's do what you are saying that's them.


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