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Demco Trailer Coupler - A-Frame Coupler - DM12661-97 Review- Video

Demco Trailer Coupler - A-Frame Coupler - DM12661-97 Review

Today we'll be reviewing part number DM12661-97. This is the Demco A-Frame Trailer Coupler with the EZ-Latch mechanism. This A-frame coupler is going to let you hook up your trailer to your tow vehicle. It's going to provide a great connection point for your 2-5/16" hitch ball. It's made from a heavy duty steel construction with a nice primed finish on it. This is going to be a weld-on installation. If we take a measurement inside to inside here at the rearmost part of the coupler, it's going to give us a measurement of 10-1/2". more


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9/11/2014 12:42:33 PM



Master Lock Trailer Coupler - Straight Tongue Coupler - 2836AT Review- Video

Master Lock Trailer Coupler - Straight Tongue Coupler - 2836AT Review

Today we'll be reviewing part number 2836AT. This is the Master Lock Trailer Coupler for 2" hitch balls. This is a zinc plated steel so it is designed to stand up well against rust and corrosion. It's going to offer us a gross weight capacity of 3500 pounds with a maximum tongue weight capacity of 350 pounds. As you can see here it's a nice, easy to use, trigger latch system. When we open up the latch it opens up the mechanism and then when we close it, it drops the mechanism to secure the hitch ball. The latch does feature a little hole here that way you can install a coupler pin or a coupler lock. more


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7/10/2014 11:57:06 AM



Bulldog Trailer Coupler - Height Adjustable Channel Coupler - BD028630 Review- Video

Bulldog Trailer Coupler - Height Adjustable Channel Coupler - BD028630 Review

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7/27/2012 5:24:25 PM



Master Lock Trailer Coupler - Straight Tongue Coupler - 2834AT Review- Video

Master Lock Trailer Coupler - Straight Tongue Coupler - 2834AT Review

Today were going to take a quick look at Master Locks Trailer Coupler part number 2834at. This trailer coupler is a bolt on design. Theres a pair of bolt holes on either side of the coupler. That way you can bolt it directly to your trailers tongue. Its designed to work with two and half inch channel tongue couplers. The inside width here measures two and half inches. more


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7/26/2012 5:18:52 PM



Atwood Trailer Coupler - Straight Tongue Coupler - 80081 Review- Video

Atwood Trailer Coupler - Straight Tongue Coupler - 80081 Review

Today were going to have a look at one of Atwoods Trailer Couplers. This is part number 80081. This coupler has a gross trailer capacity of 5000 lbs and a tongue weight capacity of 700lbs. Its open here and on the underside and its designed to fit 2-inch wide channel tongues. Again the inside width is 2 inches. Atwood has finished this in a black powder coat. more


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7/25/2012 12:20:49 PM



Master Lock Trailer Coupler - Straight Tongue Coupler - 2835AT Review- Video

Master Lock Trailer Coupler - Straight Tongue Coupler - 2835AT Review

Today, we're going to review part number 2835AT Master Lock Trailer Coupler for a 2" hitch ball. It will fit a 2-1/2" channel tongue. This coupler is the trigger latch design. It is a bolt-on coupler. It fits a hitch ball size of 2". This is zinc plated. more


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1/25/2012 6:00:21 PM



Master Lock Trailer Coupler - Straight Tongue Coupler - 2833AT Review- Video

Master Lock Trailer Coupler - Straight Tongue Coupler - 2833AT Review

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1/25/2012 12:00:14 PM



This Old Trailer: Installation of a Trailer Coupler- Video

This Old Trailer: Installation of a Trailer Coupler

Today on This Old Trailer we are going to install a brand new coupler using part number 2836AT from Master Lock. This is going to be a three inch wide coupler on it and in between here is going to be three inches wide and it is going to use a two inch ball. The first steps involved are to remove the old coupler. It has been on there for awhile. It is rusted so take a couple of wrenches to it and maybe we will get lucky and we will actually break the bolts and get it to come loose that way. This little stand right here got bent back, probably pinching the coupler, so we are going to take that one apart too. Obviously this is rusted in place so we are going to have to persuade it off. 00:59 more


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3/31/2010 11:10:08 AM



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