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Couplers, Balls and Safety Chains

Couplers, Balls and Safety Chains

Trailer Parts Superstore offers a wide selection of quality trailer couplers including: A-Frame Couplers, Straight Tongue Couplers & Fold-Away Trailer Couplers. We also offer a many models of trailer hitch balls, towing safety chains, safety cables, quick-links, ball covers and trailer coupler locks.

Product Groups

TRAILER COUPLERS
Fulton FAS-LOK Straight Tongue Couplers feature the most popular latching mechanism ever designed. Proven FAS-LOK locking lever hooks up quick and easy to the tow vehicle. Heavy-duty safety latch is designed to prevent accidental uncoupling. Factory adjusted to ball size for easy installation. Zinc-plated corrosion resistant finish. Coupler may be bolted or welded to trailer tongue.
Folding Couplers are available for 3"x3" and 3"x4" straight tongue trailers. This item provides 21" of additional clearance which is very useful for space saving storage applications. Bolt On Fold-Away™ Coupler assembly has a patented cast hinge design that offers strength coupled with a sleek appearance. Includes all necessary mounting hardware and instructions.
A-Frame Couplers are available in several "ball clamp" designs. These couplers feature a standard 50-degree A-frame design and pre-drilled jack mounting holes. Couplers come fully assembled with a prime painted finish.
NOTE: Installation of A-frame coupler requires welding.

HITCH BALLS
High-quality hitch balls for Class-I, II, III & IV loads. Strong, dependable cold forged steel, available in chrome-plated or zinc-plated finish. When ordering a hitch ball, always consider the proper ball size and capacity as well as shaft diameter and length for your application. NOTE: (GVW) = Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (weight of the trailer plus load).

SAFETY CHAINS/CABLES & HOOKS
For towing safety, remember to connect safety chains properly every time you tow. Cross chains under the coupler then attach securely to the tow vehicle so they can't bounce loose. Leave only enough slack to permit full turning. Too much slack may prevent chains from maintaining control if other connections separate. Don't let the chains drag on the road.
Zinc-plated trailer Safety Chains with S-Hooks connect the trailer tongue to the towing vehicle for security and safety. Use your Gross Trailer Weight (GTW) as a guide to determine the necessary chain strength.
Self-coiling vinyl coated Hitch Cables use durable galvanized aircraft cable construction. Hitch Cables exceed SAE J684 standards for trailer coupling and automotive type hitches. Each pair of 36" long cables include S-Hooks.