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Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler - Trigger Latch - Zinc - 2" Ball - Bolt On - 3,500 lbs

Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler - Trigger Latch - Zinc - 2" Ball - Bolt On - 3,500 lbs

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Straight-tongue coupler bolts onto your 2" wide trailer tongue. Pull trigger and pull up on the latch to open the ball socket. The durable zinc offers superior rust resistance, making it perfect for boat trailers and similar applications. Lowest Prices for the best straight tongue trailer coupler from etrailer. Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler - Trigger Latch - Zinc - 2" Ball - Bolt On - 3,500 lbs part number CT-3001-Z can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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etrailer Straight Tongue Trailer Coupler - CT-3001-Z

  • 2 Inch Ball Coupler
  • 2 Inch Channel
  • Standard Coupler
  • 3500 lbs GTW
  • Bolt-On
  • etrailer
  • Trigger Latch

Straight-tongue coupler bolts onto your 2" wide trailer tongue. Pull trigger and pull up on the latch to open the ball socket. The durable zinc offers superior rust resistance, making it perfect for boat trailers and similar applications.


Features:

  • Channel-tongue coupler lets you hook up your trailer to your tow vehicle
    • Provides connection point for hitch ball
  • Trigger latch allows for safe and easy coupling and uncoupling
    • Pull trigger and pull up on latch to open ball socket
  • Sturdy steel construction
  • Durable zinc finish provides superior corrosion resistance
  • SAE J684 certified
  • Bolt-on installation
    • Hardware not included


Specs:

  • Ball size: 2"
  • Channel width: 2"
  • Overall dimensions: 10-3/4" long x 3-1/2" wide
  • Pin hole diameter: 5/16 "
    • Minimum span needed for pin or pin lock: 5/8"
  • Distance between mounting holes (center to center): 3-1/16"
  • Weight capacity: 3,500 lbs
  • 1-Year warranty


CT-3001-Z Ram Straight Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler - Trigger Latch - 2" Ball - Zinc - 3,500 lbs

Alternative part number CT-3001-Z-CTN





Video of Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler - Trigger Latch - Zinc - 2" Ball - Bolt On - 3,500 lbs

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for etrailer Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler Review

Speaker 1: Today we'll be having a look at the etrailer Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler, with a trigger latch for a 2" ball, with 3,500 lbs capacity, part number CT-3001-Z.Now the reason you're going to want a replacement coupler like this one is that this makes it very easy for you to repair your trailer, or if you're building a new trailer, this will give you the vital connection point between it and your vehicle. Now it's designed to work with 2" balls, has a 3,500 lbs capacity, and it will work with 2" channels, such as the one we have on this trailer.One thing I really like about this coupler, compared to others, is how easy it is to operate. With our trigger latch design, with one finger we can pull up on the trigger, open the latch, and we can easily couple on your 2" ball or onto our tow vehicle. We'll go inside the coupler, and we can securely close the latch down around the ball, and we're locked on.Now this coupler is zinc coated. So what that means it's going to be very rust and corrosion resistant, so if you wanted to use it on a jet ski trailer or a boat trailer, not a problem. You can easily back the trailer into the water and not have to worry about your coupler rusting out and becoming difficult to use.Now you can secure your latch with a pin or a lock mechanism to help prevent theft and tampering or for the handle to come open accidentally as you're driving.

The pinhole size here is 5/16" in diameter. For overall dimensions of our coupler, it is 10-3/4" long, and that will be from the very front of it to the back of it. For overall width of our coupler, from the outside edge to outside edge, we're looking at 3-1/2". From our mounting holes, center to center, from here to here, we're looking at 3-1/16".We also have two more at the top, here and here, should you decide to secure of more than two bolts. You could secure it with four bolts if you decided to utilize these two holes.Here we are the front of our trailer.

As you can see, our trailer doesn't have a coupler on it already, so that's where the etrailer.com coupler will come into play. Make it a little bit easier for us to work on our trailer, we have ours supported here with the lifts. You can also use a jack stand or whatever you have laying around, cinder blocks, blocks of wood. It does make it easier when you're working on your coupler.Now in our case, the holes in our coupler line up with the holes on our trailer. If yours didn't, you would have to drill new holes, not a big deal.

I recommend drilling to a 1/2" in diameter. That way you can use new 1/2" bolts to secure it.We'll thread on some nylon lock nuts. Now we'll go ahead and tighten our hardware, and now we'll torque our hardware, and that'll complete our look at the etrailer.com Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler, with a trigger latch design for a 2" ball, with a 3,500 lbs capacity, part number CT-3001-Z.


Customer Reviews

Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler - Trigger Latch - Zinc - 2" Ball - Bolt On - 3,500 lbs - CT-3001-Z

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (127 Customer Reviews)

Straight-tongue coupler bolts onto your 2" wide trailer tongue. Pull trigger and pull up on the latch to open the ball socket. The durable zinc offers superior rust resistance, making it perfect for boat trailers and similar applications.

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Arrived on schedule. Looks great well made. I have not installed this yet just received it yesterday. I expect this will work well. Good quallity. 703240



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Never been disappointed with your products and the free shipping is always appreciated. Thanks for the fast service. 579256



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Had trouble finding a direct bolt on 2" ball replacement for my old 1 7/8" ball coupler at any of our local providers. Etrailer's clear product descriptions at their online site made it easy to find exactly what I was looking for. Placed order - delivered in 4 days. Product was very well manufactured and nicely packaged. I no longer have to change hitch balls when I switch between my 2 trailers. 583707



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Good quality for the price. 692131



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One year later. The coupler is working as perfect as expected. Just cut or unbolt the old coupler. Bolt it on, and grease the coupler. What I like about the coupler is if it is damaged, just unbolt it and bolt on a new one. Just remember to apply grease twice a year to the moving parts for ease of use and to protect it when not in use. 581344



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It's OK except for the little locking pin on the chain. With the pin in place, the handle can be lifted almost all the way up. The tiny pin needs to be replaced with a heavier pin, bolt, or padlock. 148464


Comments
I replaced the worthless latch pin with a latch lock.
Dave P - 08/25/2015

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Seems like good quality coupling and works as advertised. Time will tell, though, on how the parts / finish will stand up to the elements. Only one thing. Wish eTrailer would not place paper stickers all over it that do not come off cleanly. Maybe use plastic based stickers. 418754



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It actually did not fit as I would have expected. First it actually measures 2-1/8 " not 2", but that is no big problem. Second the bolt holes were not the same so I had to drill a couple of holes. 665327



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I recieved my new 2" tongue to replace a 1 7/8" for my trailer as an update, as I have 2 other trailers that use 2". Came very quickly & thank you etrailer for such a great deal & transition online with Paypal !!!!!!!!!!! 94187


Comments
Sold the boat
David M - 02/20/2015

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I changed my 1000 lb utility trailer from Harbor Freight from a 1-7/8 inch ball hitch to a 2 inch ball hitch to match my 2000 lb utility trailer's 2 inch hitch. Got tired of changing balls. Etrailer's 2 inch straight hitch was perfect with some minor modifications. I replaced all the old bolts with new grade 8 and also replaced the safety chain with a stronger one. It has worked great. 725899



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Preforming as expected! 721233



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etrailer has every thing that I always need. Just like the coupler. 705349



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Purchased it to replace one that had worn out. Works just like it should. 696764



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Exactly what I needed. I couldn't find one in the town that I live in. Neither O'Reilly's or AutoZone could get me one. 652648



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Good product, worked as advertised. 625586



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I recently purchased a used 12’ alum. Boat and trailer. The trailer came with a 1-7/8” coupler. Everything that I tow is either 2” or 2-5/16”. This coupler will replace the old one on the boat trailer which is more heavy duty and more modern. Once installed it will be more user friendly than the old one. 584939



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We have been using these for our products for years and have been very happy with the quality and pricing 583371



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Well made tongue used on a canoe traile r. 577184


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Perfectly
Sean - 10/25/2019

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Rolled the trailer at a 45 angle into the ditch with a load on it behind the 4 wheeler and it never came off! Trustworthy. 561570



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Just what I need at a good price 540436



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Nice product. , nice people and fast se rvice 527812



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LOOKS GOOD 512311



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Worked great. Good company to do business with. Thank you! 506542



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this is exactly what I ordered, it exceeded my expectations on the quality, the price was right! and shipping worked great too! Keep up the good work etrailer, 505100



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I'm not too good at working electronic devices, so I'll thank you via this email. Your service was prompt and timely, the quality of your product, a 2 inch ball hitch was of good quality for the money. Installation was a snap. I won't know how dependable the hitch is until I arrive in Maryland without mishap, and we're leaving western Colorado on Monday. If I see my motorcycle trailer passing me on Rt. 70 I'll know the hitch failed. I don't think it will, though. I'd recommend etrailer to anyone who asks. Good products for the money... what else can you ask for?? 501061


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Ask the Experts about this etrailer Straight Tongue Trailer Coupler

  • Is a Coupler Repair Kit Available for a Shelby 5133 Coupler?
    Shelby was acquired by Dutton-Lainson and we no longer carry Shelby coupler repair kits. I recommend instead getting a new coupler such as # CT-3001-Z. I've left a link to a video review of this coupler as well as a link to our page with each of our 2" ball couplers for you to take a look at.
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  • Dimensions of Channel Tongue Trailer Couplers for 2 Inch Frame
    Between the bolt holes of coupler # CT-3001-Z I measured the same 3-1/16 inch. They're also 1/2 inch holes like yours. From the top to the center of the holes I measured about 1-5/16 to maybe even 1-3/8 inches. With that being said measuring from inside the coupler's channel from the top to the center of the bolt hole makes more sense. If the metal of the new one is thicker than the old one it'll still fit exactly the same even with the outside measurement being different. So I measured...
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  • What is the Mounting Hole Spacing for 3.5K Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler CR-3001-Z
    No, the hole spacing on coupler # CT-3001-Z is actually 3-1/16 inches as measured by our video demonstrator in the video I have linked. The holes for coupler # CT-2001-Z are spaced 2-1/4 inches apart on center.
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  • What Coupler will Fit As Replacement for Malone MicroSport Trailer
    The Malone trailers like the part # MPG461G2 you mentioned have tongues that are 2 inches wide which means you'd want the coupler part # CT-3001-Z instead of the # CT-3002-Z.
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  • Recommended Trailer Tongue Size for use with Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler # CT-3001-Z
    Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler # CT-3001-Z requires a 2 inch wide tongue but I recommend a boxed tongue and not C-channel so there is more support where it counts. Steel tubing at least 1/8 of an inch of wall thickness will do the trick. The length can be pretty much whatever you want but the longer the tongue the lower the tongue weight capacity will be.
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  • Can I Remove A Weld-On Trailer Coupler and Replace it With A Bolt-On Coupler?
    Yes, you can remove your weld-on coupler and install a new bolt-on coupler that fits a 2 inch ball. There is just a few things you need to do to before and when installing. You need to know what channel size and the weight capacity you will need for the new coupler. The most common sizes are the 2, 2-1/2 and 3 inch channels. Coupler, # CT-3001-Z , can be used if you have a 2 inch channel and a weight capacity of 3,500 lbs. If you need a coupler for a 3 inch channel, the Husky # HT87076...
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  • Replacement for Shelby 5111 Coupler
    Shelby is no longer in business so there are no longer any type of repair kits for their couplers. It is possible that the Coupler Repair Kit for 2" Curt Couplers # C25194 may work but I would not be able to guarantee it. My understanding is the Shelby 5111 coupler fit a 2" trailer channel and worked with a 2" ball so I recommend simply replacing the coupler with the Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler # CT-3001-Z which has a 3,500 lb capacity, fits a 2" channel and 2" hitch ball. I have...
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  • Measurement Between Holes For Bolt On Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler # CT-3001-Z
    On the Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler - Trigger Latch - Zinc - 2" Ball - Bolt On - 3,500 lbs, # CT-3001-Z, you referenced the distance between the mounting holes is 3-1/16 inches center to center. It is the same separation for each set. Each hole has a diameter of 1/2 inch. I've attached a picture for reference.
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  • Can I Change My Trailer Coupler from a 1-7/8 Inch Coupler to a 2 Inch Coupler
    Rather than change the coupler, the easiest option is to change the size of the ball ON YOUR BALL mount. If your coupler currently uses a 1-7/8 inch ball and your towing vehicle has a hitch and ball mount with a 2 inch ball, you can use an interchangeable hitch ball system. This way you will not have to bother with changing the coupler on your jet ski trailer. If your current ball mount is compatible with a 3/4 inch diameter trailer ball shank then I recommend the # 800B, however if...
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  • Locating Coupler Repair Kit for Iron Eagle Voyager Utility Trailer
    We have a nice selection of coupler repair kits available but whether or not we have the right assembly for your trailer will depend on the exact size, capacity, and brand/model of its existing coupler. There should hopefully be some manufacturer information stamped onto the coupler itself to indicate a model. Based on pictures I was able to find of the Iron Eagle Voyager Utility Trailers it appears to have a standard trigger latch straight tongue coupler like # CT-3001-Z, for which...
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  • What Hardware is Needed to Install Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler # CT-3001-Z
    I pulled the Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler, # CT-3001-Z, from our warehouse and the installation instructions state that you should use 1/2 inch diameter, grade 5 bolts and locknuts to mount this coupler to the trailer tongue. They said that it is acceptable to use 4 separate bolts or two long bolts passing through all four holes. You can also add two bolts to the top holes for extra strength.
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  • Replacement Trailer Coupler for 2 inch Hitch Ball
    It would depend on the measurements of your trailer's tongue to find an exact fit. One of our most popular couplers, # CT-3001-Z, is 10-3/4 inches long by 3-1/2 inches wide and is for 2 inch trailer tongues. The mounting holes are 1/2 inch diameter holes spaced 3-1/16 inches apart on center.
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  • Troubleshooting Coupler that is Difficult to Latch onto Hitch Ball
    The latching mechanisms of couplers can pretty easily get corroded or dirty to the point they become difficult to operate. Best bet is to spray down the mechanism liberally with a spray lube like WD40 and see if that frees up the latch to allow it to install easier. A lot of couplers have adjustable latches as well. If you look under the coupler and see a nut maybe try loosening it a bit so that it could come down and latch onto the ball a bit easier. In the picture I attached of the...
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  • Replacement Coupler Recommendation for Trailer with Hand Wheel Latch to Go to Trigger Latch
    You'd have to swap out the coupler as there isn't a way to convert a hand wheel latch to a trigger style coupler. For example you'd want the part # CT-3001-Z if you have a 2 inch channel and a 2 inch hitch ball.
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  • Replacement Straight Tongue Coupler Needed for an Acme Bolt-On Coupler
    I am attaching a link to our selection of bolt-on straight tongue couplers that you can filter through, but feel free to still send me the pictures of what you have for comparison. Among the most popular of the linked couplers is our Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler # CT-3001-Z. This has a weight capacity of 3,500 lbs, is made of steel with a durable zinc finish, has a trigger latch, and is compatible with a 2" hitch ball. I have attached a review video for you to check out as well.
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  • Replacement Coupler vs. Coupler Repair Kit
    Since you want to sell the trailer, and since the current coupler is a bolt-on type, I suggest you replace the coupler with a new one. You add an appealing "selling feature" to your trailer (the brand new coupler) and one like 2-inch # CT-3001-Z (for 2-inch wide channel) or # CT-3003-Z (for 3-inch wide channel) will cost you LESS than the repair kit.
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  • Trailer Coupler Options To Tow Log Splitter
    It sounds like you want to be able to tow your log splitter, possibly behind a truck or other vehicle. Many log splitters have a tongue with a pin attachment and if you want to tow the splitter you may need to change the pin to a coupler that fits a trailer hitch ball. You can check out the attached link I have provided for the couplers we offer for trailers. If you need a straight tongue coupler and the trailer has a 2-inch channel you may want to take a look at part # CT-3001-Z. This...
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  • Solution for Needing Repair Kit for Shelby 5133 Trailer Coupler
    We still haven't and I wouldn't hold my breath waiting to find out. Most of the time when customers try out stuff they don't end up letting us know if it ended up working out or not. I'd suspect no though. I recommend simply replacing the coupler with the Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler # CT-3001-Z which has a 3,500 lb capacity, fits a 2" channel and 2" hitch ball.
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  • Recommended Standard Straight Tongue Coupler for 2 Inch Channel
    We do have a nice selection of standard straight tongue couplers available that will work to replace your existing actuator. If you have a 2 inch channel the etrailer.com Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler # CT-3001-Z is a great option that features a sturdy steel construction and a zinc finish to provide corrosion resistance. It is a bolt-on installation. The coupler does have a 3,500 pound weight capacity so you will just need to make sure this matches or exceeds the loaded weight of...
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  • Can 2" Trailer Coupler for Yakima Rack and Roll Trailer be Used for
    The Trailer Coupler for Yakima Rack and Roll Trailers # Y08123 was designed specifically for Rack and Roll 78 inch # Y08107 or 66 inch # Y08106. If you were looking for a coupler for your trailer and have a 2" wide trailer tongue I recommend the Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler # CT-3001-Z, which works with a 2" ball, has a 3,500 lb capacity and bolts on. I've added a link to a video review of this coupler for you to take a look at and a link to each of our available couplers.
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  • Replacement Coupler Recommendation for Damaged Shelby 5133
    I wish we still had access to the Shelby replacement parts but since they aren't currently around anymore there's nothing we offer that I can guarantee will fit. I recommend instead getting a new coupler such as # CT-3001-Z. I've left a link to a video review of this coupler as well as a link to our page with each of our 2" ball couplers for you to take a look at.
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  • Will Channel Tongue Trailer Coupler CT-3001-Z Fit in Place of a Shelby 5135 Coupler
    We have heard that channel tongue coupler # CT-3001-Z is comparable to the Shelby 5135 coupler. To be sure though you can compare what the new coupler fits with your Shelby coupler. Coupler # CT-3001-Z fits a tongue that is 2 inches wide. The mounting holes are spaced 3 to 3-1/16 inches apart on center. And it does couple to a 2 inch ball. I have linked a video review for you. If your trailer has a wider tongue or different hole spacing let me know and I can determine if there is a replacement...
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  • Device to Allow Moving Car Hauler Trailer Into Storage Position Nose-In
    The trailer mover products we carry, such as the Trailer Valet Trailer Mover # STC-V211, install on the trailer tongue and allow you to maneuver the trailer either by hand cranking or by use of a cordless drill attachment # TVDA. Trailers of up to 500-lbs tongue weight are compatible. This jack offers 2-speed posi-traction operation and includes a steering handle. It swivels out of the way for travel. Please see the linked video. If your trailer tongue weight is too heavy for this solution...
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  • Available Coupler Repair Kit for Coupler on 1990 Sunbird Boat Trailer
    We do offer repair kits for most types of couplers, including straight-tongue couplers like # CT-3001-Z and for brake actuator surge couplers like # T43329007K. Use the linked page to select the type of coupler you have then click on the wrench icon to choose parts. Then you'll see the repair kits we offer. If you can find a brand name and/or part number stamped on the coupler that will help. You can then click on that brand to narrow the results shown.
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  • Where is the VIN Number on a 2001 Lowe’s 6x12 Foot Utility Trailer?
    A trailer VIN is usually found on the trailer tongue, near the coupler. If it can't be found there, you'll need to examine the trailer frame closely. The VIN is usually stamped onto a plate that's affixed to the trailer, but it could be stamped into the metal somewhere. Unfortunately, I am not familiar enough with the Lowes trailer brand to give you the exact location on their trailers. If you cannot find the VIN sometimes your State Police can assign a VIN for you. This can vary from...
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  • Could Nuts and Bolts be Used to Install Friction Sway Control Instead of Screws
    If you wanted to run bolts all the way through the frame of your trailer and then have nuts on the other side to install a friction sway control unit like the Reese part # 83660 you certainly could do that. People drill the frames of trailers for similar installed products like weight distribution system chains hangers etc.
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  • Mounting Hole Distance from Top of Channel on Fulton and etrailer.com Tongue Coupler
    The distance from the mounting holes on both couplers part # CT-3001-2 and # F222000301 to the top of the channel measures 1 inch.
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  • What Size Channel Does Channel Tongue Coupler part # CT-3001-Z Fit
    Yes, a coupler like the Channel Tongue Coupler part # CT-3001-Z that you referenced which is designed for a 2 inch channel is designed to fit a 2 inch square tube.
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