FAQ's & General Information

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q: What is the difference between a standard and wrapped tongue?

A: The wrapped tongue is sturdier and takes a lot of the flex out of the trailer. (See example below)

Q: What is a dove tail?

A: A dove tail is a slanted end to a car hauler that makes the transition onto the trailer an easier task, especially for lower to the ground vehicles. (See example below)

Q: What's the difference between a latch coupler and a bulldog styled coupler?

A: The Bulldog style coupler has a cast iron head opposed to the standard stamped metal coupler. The weight rating for the Bulldog style coupler is higher as well. (See example below)

Q: How do I rewire my plug?

A: The trailer-side and truck-side wiring diagrams are listed below in the gallery, in greater detail.

Q: What is a bridge?

A: A bridge helps with the swaying/bending of the frame. (See image below)

Q: What is a flex-control pipe/ torque tube? 

A: It is a pipe that runs from the front of the trailer to the axles. It helps with the twisting, or flexing, of the trailer. (See image below)