DO35 V3 Plus 3.5t Offroad Coupling by Cruisemaster®
This DO35 V3 Plus kit offers handbrake and no handbrake models. accessories and mounting bolts kit.
In our opinion, the Australian made factor makes the DO35 stand out from the competition. The DO35 is built for quiet operation in tough Australian conditions.
Note: The distance between the bottom of the coupling and the top of the handbrake is 119mm.
DO35 and DO45 locking mechanisms protect your trailer and your belongings in the trailer.
International sales welcome. Daily dispatches via Australia Post Air Express.
Lastest Version Cruisemaster DO35 V3plus
Many of the team at Cruisemaster® thought that the DO35 version2 (DO35v3) was hard to beat, but once again the engineering team has proven why they are the best in the business. The new DO35 Version 3 (DO35v3) is the most robust coupling we have ever made; it even bent our test rig!
This updated DO35 is over 50% stronger than the outgoing model. These advanced processes have also allowed the elimination of hitch adaptors* allowing you to get on the road with less fuss.
The challenging Cape York RAT Run proves the new DO35v3 coupling can handle all that you can throw at it.
* Checked on HR Classic, HR Standard, Milford and EZ-lift for compatibility with the DO35. Compatibility of WDH and Drawbar is a separate consideration.
For instructions on installation, maintenance and use refer the DO35 User Guide.
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- DO65 6t Ring Coupling Mount
- Shockmaster G35 Shock Absorber
- Shockmaster G40 HD Shock Absorber
Couplemate Trailer Parts sells only the best quality DO35 V3 Plus 3.5t Offroad Coupling and caravan spare parts throughout Australia.
Customers are welcome to either pickup or take advantage of our low freight rates. Express shipping to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, and Hobart.
We also ship products to New Zealand via Australia Post Air Express.
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