Last updated on October 6th, 2019 at 08:38 am
Combination Pintle Hook incl 3500kg Tow Ball | D-Value 33.6kN
CM500 Combination Pintle Hook, ideal for towing with a 50mm ball coupling and occasionally with a Ring Coupling. Rated at 6t.
The Couplemate Combination Pintle Hook is the best-selling pintle hook on the Australian Market. Ideal, if you generally tow with a 50mm ball coupling and occasionally with a Ring Coupling.
Please Note, NHVR states from 1st September 2017, 50mm tow balls de-rated to 2000kg when connected to tow vehicles 5t and larger.
If the tow vehicle is 5 ton or larger and this decision affects you, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the words “count me in” (in the subject line). If the demand is there, I will commission a 70mm Combination pintle hook.
The capacity of the ring coupling remains unchanged at 6t.
Purchase Al-ko couplings here.
- 50mm Electric Coupling,
- Override Coupling
- and Snap Couplings rated up to 3.5t and 3″ or 75mm Ring Couplings and snatch straps rated up to 6t.
We do not recommend this pintle hook if you frequently tow a 75mm ring coupling. This high frequency towing can damage the tow ball and we recommend the CM532 for higher frequency ring coupling towing.
The Couplemate CM 500 Combination Pintle Hook is rated at 6t on the ring with safety catch. 3500 kg Tow Ball D Value = 3.4t or 34 kN and is ADR Approved (*c)
- Standard 4 hole pintle hook mounts.
- 4 x High Tensile Bolts and Nuts supplied.
Towing with a ring coupling for long periods of time? Are your trailers likely to incur shock loading from mine sites, barge loading, etc? You should check out the low wear CM532 Combo Pintle Hook for these towing situations.
CRN identification number for this product is located on your Invoice. The CRN on the approval letter will be the same CRN on your Invoice.
During the vehicle registration process, inspectors may ask you for the CRN that is on your invoice.
Furthermore, if you are buying a similar product without a CRN and your trailer or vehicle is older than July 2009, therefore, it is not legal to use on Australian roads.