Popup Gooseneck Cushion Coupler – Protect your Horse Trailers Living Quarters!
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Pulling a trailer with this coupler is like riding on a cloud. It absorbs up to 59% of the bumps, jolts and jars that make towing hard on you, hard on your cargo and hard on your equipment. Living Quarters horse trailers really need this to save bedroom cabinets. Simply swap it out with the coupler on your gooseneck now – and, Walla! Instant gratification. Trailers keep getting larger with more weight on your truck. You need a buffer between your truck and trailer. The CC 2 Cushion Coupler costs hundreds less than air-bag style couplers – and its maintenance-free. The remarkably smooth ride comes from a patented system that uses world famous Timbren cushions combined with other proprietary shock-dampening technology. Order the CC2 $1017
Popup Gooseneck Cushion Couplers to protect your trailer. Take the jerk out of stopping and starting with a trailer and improve the overall ride. Your horse will thank you and the hay will stay on the trailer.
Cody Cushion, another gooseneck option
This winter in Colorado, made record potholes. Can you imagine the impact in the neck of your trailer over each hole. 6000 lb. tongue weight rating. It’s hard to measure just by feel, but you can notice a difference in stopping and starting. I pulled a 4 horse Logan Coach gooseneck from Logan Utah to Denver. I could tell when I took off with the trailer, that the Cody Cushion took most of the starting jerk away. Cody takes the jerk out of your trailer ride, starting and stopping, and smooth across railroad tracks.
Having the gooseneck cushion in your truck bed, lets you use it on all your gooseneck trailers. You insert the Cody Cushion in the ball socket of your gooseneck hitch. You can easily adapt the Cody Cushion to Cody Hitch, B&W and Popup truck bed hitches. Trip your hitch latch to secure Cody Cushion in your truck bed hitch, air it up so the air bag arms are parallel and you’re ready to go. Even if the air bag fails or leaks, there are stops to keep the ball from dropping too low and metal stops so the air bag doesn’t over-inflate. There is an optional self leveling kit. Out of stock, in transition Read more
Shocker Hitch, gooseneck air bag cushion coupler for 4 inch round tube. Heavy duty coupler to improve your gooseneck trailer ride for your Living Quarters, horses and cargo. 30,000 lbs trailer weight and 6,000 lbs tongue weight. Add to shopping cart $999.99 Not available in Canada or Australia
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All Popup Gooseneck Cushion Couplers are now BLACK Powder Coat You don’t sacrifice strength for smooth towing. With a gross trailer weight rating of 24,000 pounds and 8,000 pounds maximum tongue weight, this cushion coupler will take you wherever you’re going in remarkable comfort. The rubber inside the tube works as a guide for up and down motion as well as dampening front to back vibration. Designed to apply trailer cushion at different tongue weights, Cushion Coupler will work with a loaded or empty trailer or anywhere in between. Order the CC2 $1017
We’ve tried several different cushioning type couplers. Popup was the only one that didn’t push the truck in a panic stop. Not that you want to immediately stop at highway speeds, but, in an emergency, stopping and then having your trailer push you can be dangerous. Any coupler that allows fore and aft movement allowing truck and trailer to move separately, will move independently in a panic stop and surprise you. Get the Cushion Coupler that will smooth out your ride and be safe stopping in the real world.
Popup Gooseneck Cushion Coupler
The CC2 Cushion Coupler fits standard 4” I.D. round gooseneck coupler tubes. The self-latching cast coupler has a handy hitching guide and is “V-19” Rated at 28,000 pounds. It latches when the trailer is lowered onto the ball and releases remotely. CC2 has 8,000 lb tongue weight.
And All New for Short-bed Trucks
“I love it! This coupler is like night and day, compared to a standard coupler. I have been about 500 miles with it and it really makes a big difference. One of the more interesting things about it in the rear saddle compartment of my trailer, my saddles were always falling off of their racks. Since I have put the coupler on, the saddles have rode on the racks. If it is that much easier on my saddles, I can only imagine what it is like for my horses. The ride in the truck is also better. No more bucking and jerking. There were two really positive points that were consistently brought up: they liked the latching mechanism and the fact that it was maintenance free. As well as the fact that it cost half of what an air ride system cost. ”RJP, Dodge Rodeo National Program Manager
NEW and Improved You’re going to love this newly redesigned PopUp 2 Hitch. Smoother acting and trouble free. We’ve made the best hitch even better. One pull of the handle to raise the ball is all it will take to convince you that this is the hitch you want. Try it and see. We’ve replaced the cam mechanism with a simple yet strong and reliable slide to raise and lower the ball. Simply pull the rod to raise the ball and push to lower it. Raise and Lower the Ball From the Wheelwell of Your Truck. More info….
The Flip-Over Ball gooseneck hitch converts to a smooth bed in seconds. Just rotate the handle and Flip the ball over. In seconds you can have a level bed for all those jobs when an ordinary hitch ball is always in the way. No fabrication or welding. Installs with truck bed in-place. 30,000 lbs. Trailer. 7,500 lbs. Tongue. 100% complete, More…
An Extra Nine or Sixteen Inches Right Where You Need It. Or “how much does your trucks rear window cost?” Short bed extension solution for Horse Trailers and Race Car Trailers.
Short beds are increasing their popularity while decreasing their length as with the 2003+ Dodge 2500/3500 standard bed at 6’3″ now. You still need the trailer weight far enough forward from your rear truck axle for steering control, balance, & efficient, effective brake & spring use. See more….