Caravan Trailer Parts Blog

Welcome to our caravan trailer parts help page.

If you are towing a boat trailer, caravan, camper trailer, box trailer or heavy vehicle trailer you can find articles here that will help you install, operate and maintain the quality trailer and caravan parts that Couplemate manufactures. From tips & tricks, FAQ’s to Australian Road Rules and Regulations we’ve tried to cover it all. If there’s something in particular that you’re looking for and you can’t find it here then give our friendly staff a call on 07 3348 3822 and we will try to help any way we can. If there’s something you would like to see listed on our help page or a topic you would like to be discussed then send us a message by using our page and we will do our best to accommodate your request.

Know How Posts

Read our most recent posts here. Couplemate periodically posts articles relating to trailer & caravan towing safety. To view our archive of technical tips & tricks or towing products news click here.

Learn the Secrets of Electric Brake Magnets

Caravan and trailer electric brake magnets how many secrets and Taboos. For many years, expert Auto Electricians and Manufacturers ran magnet cables across axles. The industry believed this was the correct procedure. If the cable size installed is of sufficient cross...

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How to Correctly Install a Marine Bearing Seal

Grease is applied to seals and bearings for one reason only, to reduce friction. Friction produces heat, excess heat through incorrect installation destroys bearings.

Is it true that 40% of all bearings do not live their full engineering life due to bad installation practices?

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Video’s

Watch our most recent video’s here. Couplemate has a youtube channel, so if you would like to see our full archive of video’s click here.

Understanding Safety Chains can be difficult and confusing. The experts at Couplemate have tried to make it simpler with this animated video.

Dee Shackles and Bow Shackles will be mandatory when rule changes come into effect in 2019.

Early Alko offroad couplings used a locking ring to enable the coupling to be connected. Learn how to connect this coupling correctly and not brake the locking ring.

The Coupleamte Caravan Hubodometer measures the kilometres travelled towing your gear. Distance between service events like bearing adjustments, tyre wear, shackle bolt and plate replacement can be measured.

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