Fulton (Part Number:22-200)
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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.
|Ball Size||2 inch|
|Channel Width||2 inch|
|Side Mounting Hole Center||3-1/8"|
The Fulton Company was established in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1911 as a sales organization for automobile accessories. In 1913 Fulton began manufacturing their own parts and accessories which were sold to the automotive aftermarket.
During World War II, Fulton developed the stamped steel trailer coupler. The coupler was developed in response to a war-related shortage of malleable cast iron, as well as a requirement of trailer manufacturers, to be able to weld the coupler directly to the trailer tongue. As the trailer manufacturing industry developed, the innovation of the stamped steel coupler created a unique market for Fulton. By the end of the 1950's Fulton began manufacturing stamped steel winches for boat trailers, transforming it into a trailer accessory manufacturer. In the mid 1960's Fulton expanded their product line to include trailer tongue jacks to compliment their coupler and winch business.
In 1981 Fulton acquired the Morris Midwest line of screw jacks located in Schofield, Wisconsin, providing Fulton with the basis of what has developed into a complete line of marine, agricultural, recreational and industrial line of screw jacks.
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