Tow Jam: Hitching & Hauling

5 products that make towing and working in the garage less of a chore
Trailering and wrenching since 1986! We’ve got the best new product suggestions for your towing and garage needs to make it easy. Haul safer, wrench better and look smarter doing it. We’ve got the gear to do it all!

Triton LowRider Hybrid TC Trailer

Ease of trailering often plays a factor in deciding between staying home or one more epic weekend on the snow. The new LowRider Hybrid TC trailers from Triton make that decision a no-brainer – you’re going!

What makes this first-of-its kind trailer so great is that it has all the benefits powersports enthusiasts love about Triton’s Hybrid TC Trailer, but it is 4- inches lower. This results in a very shallow ramp angle, which makes loading/unloading much easier. It also improves towing ability, with more aerodynamics than a standard “deck-over” trailer. Plus, you still get the full 8-foot width that allows you to park two sleds side-by-side.
trailer coupler locking pin padlock
BONUS: Trailering Tip
On the road, we notice a lot of folks use a padlock instead of a standard pin to secure the trailer coupler. We trailer more than the  average bears, and we have yet to see someone steal a moving trailer. Plus, who wants to de-ice a lock every time you unhitch? We suggest using the standard pin while hauling and locking up while you’re parked. Using the pin provides an easy way to keep your electrical connector out of the snow and ice as well!
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