Couplings

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  • 2t Alko Snap Coupling

    2t Trailer Coupling – Alko

    $44.98$52.57 inc GST
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  • alko override coupling

    2t Mechanical Override Coupling Al-ko

    $177.00$231.33 inc GST
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  • 3.5t electric caravan coupling

    3500kg Electric Coupling Al-ko

    $112.00 inc GST
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  • al-ko marine coupling 3.5t

    3.5t Al-ko Marine Coupling

    $119.50 inc GST
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  • 4.5t electric coupling

    4.5t Electric Trailer Coupling D-Value 23.24kN

    $330.90 inc GST
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  • Pressed Metal Trailer Coupling

    Pressed Metal Trailer Coupling 750kg

    $59.15 inc GST
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  • tow ball weight scale

    Couplemate Tow Ball Weight Scale

    $47.50 inc GST
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  • 75mm x 2t Ring Override Coupling

    75mm x 2t Ring Override Coupling

    $270.34 inc GST
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  • coupling base park plate

    Coupling Base Park Plate (Trigg Bros.)

    $56.23$81.18 inc GST
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  • Override Park Low Profile Hand Brake

    Override Park Low Profile Hand Brake

    $47.50 inc GST
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  • push button park brake

    Push Button Park Brake

    $38.50$87.05 inc GST
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  • Spacer Plate

    Spacer Plate to suit Ratchet Hand Brakes

    $3.50 inc GST
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Trailer and Caravan Road Coupling Parts

Couplings installed on caravans perform the enormous task of pulling a variety of heavy loads at highway speeds. The towing vehicle varies from a light car to a truck.

At Couplemate, we stock Al-ko coupling spares for road caravans, horse floats and off-road campers.

The type of trailer coupling required is entirely dependent upon the load or total weight of the trailer. Trailer coupling may also depend on the weight of the tow vehicle.

Mechanical and hydraulic brakes control the 2t override coupling.

The best selling and real workhorse of the caravan industry are the 3500kg Electric Coupling.

Caravans and trailers towing equipment are rated to 3.5t tow ball. However, 4.5t trailer couplings use a 70mm tow ball. Unlike the couplings we’ve talked about already, you’ll need approval from DOT Canberra before you use the 70mm couplings on the highway.

Some caravan setups are unsuitable for a ball and coupling. These setups require a pintle and ring-type setup.

Trailers rated over 4.5t use a combination of air over hydraulic, heavy-duty braking systems.

Furthermore, we have an ADR-approved 6t ring coupling, which suits trailers rated up to 6t.