Bulldog Heavy-Duty Cast Coupler For A-Frame Trailers Bulldog
(Bulldog Part #: 44-150W)
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Designed for utility, livestock, cargo and construction trailers. Wedge-latch cast head design and a built-in attachment for round tube style A-frame jacks for easy mounting. A coupler is the connection point mounted on the trailer which connects the trailer to the vehicle. When replacing a coupler there a few things that you have to know. First, what is the hitch ball size for the coupler. Secondly, what type of trailer do you have (Straight Tongue or A-Frame)? Lastly, what is the Gross Trailer Weight of the Trailer. These are the basic questions for finding the correct coupler replacement. Fulton couplers are of the highest quality steel construction featuring: Adjustable lock nut for proper ball tension, Locking hole in coupler handle and Positive locking trigger.

  • Due to the large variety of couplers on the market, always consult an Authorized Dealer before any repairs.

Specs

Ball Size2-5/16 inch
Channel WidthA-Frame
Rating15,000 lbs
Installation InstructionsCLICK HERE

Features

  • Overall Length- 18 inches
  • Locking level action for quick & easy hook-up
  • Primer painted
Installation Instructions CLICK HERE

Bulldog

1919 - In a small third floor room over his car dealership in Wausau, Wisconsin, Thomas J. Jacob begins making high-quality precision tools of his own design. His venture becomes known as the Hammer Blow Tool Company. The death of a favorite hunting dog due to an accident involving a poorly-designed trailer hitch leads Jacob to develop the first drop-forged ball-and-socket trailer hitch, which he names the "Never Lets Go" Bull Dog. More inventions follow, positioning Hammer Blow at the forefront of the trailer industry at its infancy.

1930's - Demonstration models of camper trailers built by Jacob at the Chicago World's Fair set off a period of rapid growth in the industry.

1940's - Jacob dies in 1945. His wife, Lula, takes over Hammer Blow and guides it with great success for more than 20 years.

1960's - In 1967, Lula Jacob sells Hammer Blow to Neway Equipment Company of Muskegon, Michigan, which later sells to Lear Siegler, Inc.

1970's - In 1977, private investors led by Thomas J. Reinhart purchase and rename The HammerBlow Corporation. Expansion of the mechanical jack line and related products continues for more than a decade.

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