Reese Fas-Lock Trailer Couplers

   

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1-7/8"
  • $19.99

  • SKU: 713153

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Diameter:
2"
  • $24.99

  • SKU: 713147

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  • Attaches to boat trailer for quick connection to tow vehicle
  • Padlock hole
  • Zinc finish
Fas-Lock Coupler by Reese attaches to your boat trailer for quick connection to tow vehicle. Padlock hole allows you to secure your trailer when disconnected from vehicle and during transport. Zinc finish.
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Great, but didn't fit We were so looking forward to installing this in place of our really old, really difficult coupler. The design is great and it latches smoothly. Unfortunately, this design with the lever doesn't fit on our tralier tongue because of the brake system. We'll be returning it and looking for a similar one that fits. July 7, 2011
i needed a replace ment fit very good connection to tow vehicle. Padlock hole allows you to secure your trailer when disconnected from vehicle and during transport. Zinc finish. July 19, 2010
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I am replacing a Fulton 11-300 coupler and would like to know if the spacing (and hole size, 3/8" or 1/2") will match up with the holes already on my 3" trailer tongue. Thanks.
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The mounting holes are approximately 3 ½ inches apart from the out edge of each hole. The hole near the back end of the coupler is approximately ½ inch from the edge. This coupler is designed for use on a 3 inch channel width trailer tongue and a 2 inch trailer hitch ball.

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Either 1 1/4 or 2 inch tube
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The 1 7/8" fits a 2 1/2" channel, the 2" fits the 3" channel.
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