Towing Eyes and Couplings

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  • Pintle Hitch Coupling Trailer Lock

    Pintle Ring Coupling Trailer Lock

    $55.50 inc GST
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  • pintle ring coupling 6 tonnes adr approved

    6t Pintle Ring Coupling D-Value 47.5kN

    $219.15$227.40 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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  • 12t Rogers Bolt ring coupling

    Swivel 3-inch Ring Coupling

    $570.40$595.00 inc GST
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  • 40mm Orlandi Truck

    40mm Orlandi (Pin/Ring) Coupling

    $687.96 inc GST
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  • 25t Swivel Ring Coupling truck

    Anti-Swivel Ring Coupling or Block

    $126.36$435.24 inc GST
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  • 45t Tow Ring

    3″ x 45t – 50t Tow Ring Bolt-on

    $403.40$536.60 inc GST
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  • DO65 6t pintle

    DO65 6t Ring Coupling Mount

    $640.00 inc GST
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  • DO65 Pintle Hook Adaptor

    DO65 Pintle Hook Adaptor

    $145.00 inc GST
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Tow Couplings & Eyes

A variety of pintle truck hooks and trailer ring couplings are available from fixed to swivel couplings.

Importantly, the rated D-Value is used to select the correct sized ring coupling.

Disastrous results occur when rigs are unbalanced. We do not recommend DIY techniques when owners are balancing their rigs.

Towing rings become quickly worn through incorrect weight distribution on the trailer. Excessive downforce causes excessive wear, therefore, V-Value is an important factor.

The V-Value for a tandem trailer should be in the vicinity of 6 to 7% and 10% for single axle trailers.

Significant damage occurs to both connected devices, as a result, when excessive weight is added to downward force (V-Value). As a result, the life of the product is shortened.

How to measure Ring Coupling head weight?

Drive your truck and trailer onto a weighbridge and measure the weight.

Disconnect the trailer and measure the weight.

Measure the difference in the coupling head weight using this device.

Finally, accidental wrong location of an excavator will result in severe equipment wear.