Equipment

210 Hitch

TeleSwivel

December 23, 2010 - Products

DURHAM, NC - TeleSwivel hitches extend out from the vehicle and move side-to-side, increasing the "target zone" for connecting a truck and a trailer up to 25 times.

The TeleSwivel 210 is lighter and more rugged than its predecessor and features a top-pull locking pin handle and high strength abrasion-resistant steel construction. To achieve its level of corrosion resistance, the TS210 assembly receives an auto ferritic coating process which is then co-cured with a final powder coat application.

The new design also includes optional height-adjusting accessory probes and an accessory plate model to work with a variety of ball, pintle, and clevis hitches. Optional accessories also include a drop/rise attachment that comes with a standard ball hitch, capable of accommodating most industry-standard weight distribution heads.

Available in standard probe, accessory plate, or drop hitch versions, the new TS 210 design retains the 10,000 lbs. GTW class IV rating of previous models.

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