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Bob Dunlap

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Towing a 2024 Ford Maverick Hybrid
« on: July 05, 2024, 04:40:12 PM »
We're selling our toad, a 2014 Ford Fiesta (anyone interested?) and replacing it with a 2024 Ford Maverick Hybrid.  I've heard that the Roadmaster base plate and tow bars are the way to go (less cutting out of the front facia.  We have the Duo Stay-N-Play braking system on out Fiesta and love it.  Does anyone have any experience on installing the Stay-N-Play on a Maverick?  Need to know any difficulties in installation and how it works on the Maverick platform.
2006 Monterey
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2014 Ford Fiesta with matching vinyl wrap

Richard Davis

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Re: Towing a 2024 Ford Maverick Hybrid
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2024, 02:01:07 AM »
Bob
I also have been looking longingly at the Ford Maverick Hybrid as a toad, so would you keep all of us informed as you make your way through the setup process.
Richard
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Joel Ashley

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Re: Towing a 2024 Ford Maverick Hybrid
« Reply #2 on: July 06, 2024, 03:41:44 AM »
Keep in mind the towable Maverick is front wheel drive only.  Just sayin’ from a guy that travels Western mountain roads, crosses cricks, etc., as needed to access remote fly fishing opportunities.   Wishing the towable Mav was 4X4.  A really well-rated new model, however..

Roadmaster is great, as are their braking products, but with apologies I can’t speak to transferring Demco products between rigs.

I’d contact Demco for more info on a Maverick hybrid installation.
Joel
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