10t Gooseneck Horsefloat Coupling | D-Value 58.8kN | V-Value 40kN
10t Gooseneck Coupling to suit trailers or Motorhomes – ADR Approved. Rustproofing ElectroGal for longer life. CRN 47029
Important: Select the correct pintle hooks from our D-Value sheet. Example, match the kN from the Coupling to correctly match the vehicle and trailer.
Coated with a chrome Black ElectroGal for longer life and improved aesthetics,
- D.O.T and ADR APPROVED
- CRN 47029 (registration number)
- D-Value 58kN
- V-Value 40kN (heavy-duty)
- Rated to 10,000kg
S-Value or the static vertical ‘Coupling’ load (kN) = 9.81 x S where: S = ‘ATM’ – ‘GTM’ (tonnes).
The photo you see on this product were taken from our test rig after the product was tested for 2,000,000 cycles.
- Tube wall thickness 7mm
- OD 89mm
- ID 75mm
- Products were preheated before welding.
5th wheel couplings or the gooseneck horse-float coupling is ideal for mobile homes, horse floats and caravans over 4.5t. This coupling operates via a tow ball cm298 (Not Included) inserted in or on the bed of a pickup or similar truck of suitable capacity.
The tow ball is 3-inch diameter with a 2-inch shank.
The CM520 gooseneck horse-float coupling can only be matched with the CM298 3″ tow ball.
On occasions tow balls require reinforcement. We can provide a ring base to fit onto the tow ball.
The ring to the left is approximately 120mm wide and is 37mm in height.
The tow ball collar is designed to strengthen the plate between chassis rails by spreading the load across a greater surface area.
The CRN for this Approved gooseneck horse-float coupling is 47029.
When purchasing from Couplemate Trailer Parts, your CRN identification number for this gooseneck horse-float coupling is located on your Invoice. The CRN on the approval letter will be the same CRN on your Invoice.
Show vehicle inspectors the invoice during inspections of your trailer or vehicle if required.
Furthermore, if you are buying a gooseneck horse-float coupling without a CRN and your trailer or vehicle is older than July 2009, therefore, it is not legal to use on Australian roads.