A set of chains that are attached to the trailer A-frame and connected to the tow vehicle while towing. Safety chains are intended to keep the trailer attached to the tow vehicle in the event of hitch failure, preventing the trailer from complete separation. They should be installed using an X-pattern (criss-crossed) so the coupler is held off the road in the event of a separation.
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Also called a hitch bar or stinger. A shank is a removable portion of the hitch system that carries the ball or adjustable ball mount, and slides into the receiver.
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Component parts of a weight-distributing hitch system. The spring bars are installed and tensioned in such a manner as to distribute a portion of the trailer's hitch weight to the front axle of the tow vehicle and to the axles of the trailer.
Also called a hitch bar or shank. A stinger is a removable portion of the hitch system that carries the ball or adjustable ball mount, and slides into the receiver.
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Refers to the "fish-tailing" action of a trailer caused by external forces that set the trailer's mass into a lateral (side-to-side) motion. The trailer's wheels serve as the axis or pivot point. Also known as "yaw".
Devices designed to damp the swaying (fish-tailing) action of a trailer, either through a friction system or a "cam action" system that slows and absorbs the pivotal articulating action between tow vehicle and trailer. The most common device in use is a "sway bar".