AL-KO 3.5T Off-Road Ball Coupling for Trailers Caravans Electric Brake

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AL-KO 3.5T Off-Road Ball Coupling for Trailers Caravans Electric Brake

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The AL-KO Off-Road Ball Coupling is engineered in Australia for extreme off-roading adventures. Fitting standard 50mm tow balls, this heavy-duty coupling works with existing caravans or trailers. It is easy to hitch and unhitch, with a dual locking system for ultra-secure towing.

Delivering a high degree of vertical and horizontal articulation, this coupling is suited for rough terrain and harsh Australian conditions. Its zinc-plated construction provides the durability you need to take your caravan or trailer wherever you want to go. Not least, it has a whopping 3500kg capacity!

CONTENTS: * 1 x AL-KO 619350 3.5T Off- Electric Brake

  • Rating: 3500kg
  • Huge 360-degree articulation
  • Fully compliant with Australian standards
  • User-friendly, fits standard 50mm tow ball
  • Head height is approximately 125mm from the top of the tongue to the top of the high shoulder tow ball
  • Corrosion-resistant
  • Zinc-plated or Dacromet-plated components
  • Fatigue tested to 2 million cycles
  • Self-lubricating head pivot bushes
  • Standard mounting hole positions
  • Positive ball latching, incorporating high impact PolyCarbonate ABS handgrip system
  • Developed and engineered in Australia for harsh Australian conditions