- Created: 19-05-22
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With a capacity between 200kg and 5000kg, hand winches or called manual winches are operated by turning the ratcheting crank/lever to lift or pull a load. If you wind the cable onto the cable spool, the winch will pull in a load. If you wind out, the device will let the load move away.
Trailer winches have cables that are designed to make the loading and unloading of commodities smoother and easier. In terms of boats, loading and unloading boats from trailers would become almost impossible, because of the bulk of the boat, in the absence of a boat trailer winch.
Brake Winches are compact, lightweight and a cost-effective solution for a variety of applications. They can be used for both pulling and lifting purposes and comply to the Australian Standards AS1418.2 when correctly fitted with the approved wire rope and fittings. They can be supplied with a powder-coated, a marine-coated corrosion resistant finish or in stainless steel, depending on your application.
Trailer Jacks are used to raise and stabilize a trailer so it can be attached to the towing vehicle. It's one of many hitch accessories used to make the process of towing a little easier.
A jockey wheel for vehicular use is a retractable adjustable-height wheel used on the front of trailers (or caravans) with either a single axle (two running wheels) or more close-coupled axles at or near the centre of gravity whereby without additional support, the trailer would not remain level. The jockey wheel is situated close to the towing hitch and has a built-in screw jack to enable the trailer nose to be lifted over the tow ball of a car or other powered vehicle. The screw jack can then be used to lower the trailer nose onto the tow ball. Once securely attached to the towing vehicle, the jockey wheel's jacking action is fully retracted for stowage. The jockey wheel can also be unclamped and lifted as far as possible to give the greatest ground clearance before reclamping prior to a journey being made.
A ball mount is a receiver hitch accessory comprised of a shank and a trailer ball platform.
A tie down strap (also known as a ratchet strap, a lashing strap or a tie down) is a fastener used to hold down cargo or equipment during transport.
A full range of trailer parts and spares to suit most trailers. including wheels, suspension units, couplings LED lights and brake parts.
Coupler is a thing that connects two things, especially mechanical components or systems.
A hitch ball (or trailer ball or tow ball) is the ball-shaped attachment that connects the trailer to a hitch. The ball allows the trailer to pivot, providing smooth turning while towing. While the diameter of the hitch ball is fairly standard, hitch ball weight ratings may differ.