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Triton 09663 Class II Trailer Safety Chain - Single

Product Number: TRITON-09663
Vendor Number: 09663
$26.99 $21.99

Triton 09663 Class II Trailer Safety Chain - Single

Product Number: TRITON-09663
Vendor Number: 09663
$26.99 $21.99 You Save $5.00 (18.5%)
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The Triton 09663 Class II Safety Chain for Triton trailers serves as a replacement safety chain with safety clip for class II towing applications. The Safety chains come with spring loaded clips on the hitch hooks for Triton Snowmobile Trailers and other Triton Trailers. The Safety chains are equipped with spring loaded clips mounted on a 2-inch coupler with a lock pin and wire hoop (Triton 14508) for the coupler. They are designed to provide added safety and peace of mind when you are hauling.


Overall Length: 24"


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Ask the Triton Expert

"How much tongue weight should there be on the hitch of my tow vehicle?"

Most trailers are made to have about 7-10% of the gross weight on the tongue of the trailer. This gross includes the weight of your trailer and the weight of everything that you place on the trailer (include gas, gear and other weight) and accessories. If you are carrying two cycles on a MCTD trailer you could have a gross total of 2500 pounds. So, your tongue weight should be about 175-250 pounds. This will give you the best hauling characteristics and experience.

"What can I do if I have a vibration in the trailer?"

First thing to do is have somone else tow the trailer behind there vehicle. If they find no problem then the rest of the process would be futile. If they have the same problem check to make sure that the dealer/distributor has everything tightened down on the trailer like the tongue, lug nuts, hubs, any accessories, and rims. Free spin the wheels to find any extra play or even spinning signaling other problems. Lastly go back to your dealer, sometimes a second experienced eye on the situation will sometimes find out the culprit.



Prop. 65 Warning for California Residents

WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.

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