5t pintle hook receiver arm for inserting directly into your tow bar.
- 5t pintle hook receiver insert allows towing larger trailers up to 5t
- Commonly used on earth-moving vehicles and wood chippers
- 5/8″ hitch pin not provided. The image on the right is our new 6t receiver pin. The tight fit helps eliminate rattle.
- Note1: Be sure to look at your tow bar rating before usage
- Note2: Exercise care when reversing at acute angles. Breakages can occur at 90 degrees or more.
The 50mm square receiver arm is the limit of this range of receiver arm pintle hooks. This product is designed, tested and manufactured by Couplemate Trailer Parts.
The 50mm tow bar receiver is fantastic for inserting and then replacing back to a tow ball version when required.
Question: Is your 50mm tow hitch rattling?
Answer: The solution is a high tensile pin.
There are many truck and trailer merchants around asking; how on earth did you damage your pintle hook?
“Well, I installed your ring coupling equipment following your instructions, and within one month this equipment is ruined and likely to cause an accident”.
Unless you know your trailer, there are many answers, all of which are pointing towards the customer. However, it is not the customer’s fault his equipment is not working as it should.
Purchase other pintle hook mount equipment here
- Pintle Combination Receiver Arm.
- Pintle Towbar Adaptor 8 Hole.
- Truck Pintle Hooks | 36.8kN to 84kN.
- Pintle Hook Combination | 6t Truck.
- Safety Catch, Chain and Clip.
- Pintle Ring Coupling | D-Value 49kN.
Couplemate Trailer Parts sells only the best quality 5t Pintle Hook Receiver Arm 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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