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.
Additionally, a new style diagram can be found as well. If you have ring terminals at the end of the wire, it will be this one. Mainly on Gooseneck trailers.
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)
If you have any trouble seeing details in these images, you can view a PDF flie of them here.