DO65 6t Pintle Ring Coupling Mount by ensures a silent, rigid connection
DO65 6t pintle ring coupling Mount by Cruismaster ensures a silent rigid connection between trailer and vehicle. I have certified this 75mm ring coupling.
The Cruisemaster™ DO65 shown with optional Mounting Bracket and Pintle Ring (available separately).
The mount offers longer life and quiet operation for your trailer than the standard NATO ring coupling and pintle hook. The key to this ingenious design is to separate the ball movement from the coupling.
Unlike the standard pintle hook arrangement, there is no play between the two allowing for quiet operation.
Also, the coupling does not bind up when reversing in tight situations.
This coupling (CM255) has a D-Value of 49kN (6T) and allows quiet operation in conjunction with a 75mm mount. Please note: The DO65 Pintle Hook Adaptor Plate and the Pintle Ring is sold separately.
Like all Cruisemaster ™ products, the coupling range is designed and tested to perform under Australian Conditions. Each year, Cruisemaster™ vigorously remote area test new coupling designs and features with highly sophisticated Motec Data logging technology. This technology includes temperature sensors, G-force sensors, height sensors & comprehensive GPS tracking software.
Other products from Cruisemaster can be purchased here:
- DO35 Replacement Pin Cover
- DO35 3.5t Tow Pin Kit
- 3.5t Offroad Coupling DO35
- DO45 4.5t Tow Pin Kit
- DO45 4.5t Offroad Coupling
- DO65 Pintle Hook Adaptor
- Shockmaster G35 Shock Absorber
- Shockmaster G40 HD Shock Absorber
Couplemate Trailer Parts sells only the best quality DO65 6t Ring Coupling Mount 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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