|Capacity (kg) 32mm hook
|Capacity (kg) 38mm hook
|NA – 38mm only
|Tow ball attachment for Tow Hitches
|Includes Lower Link Pins and Towing Hook.
Does not include 3PL balls or top link pin
Tow Ball Attachment
Seen here is a fully zinc’d Tow Ball Attachment that is secured over the top of the hook and underneath the drawbar.
Features and Benefits
Excellent Operator Vision
User centric design has been the focus of this most recent development of the tow hitch, and this can be seen in the excellent vision of the hook from the tractor seat.
High Tensile Bolt On Tow Hook
Towing hooks/pins are machined out of high tensile steel to bolt into the Tow Hitch frame, this ensures maximum hook strength and support whilst giving the flexibility to remove and replace with a larger or smaller size hook in future.
Rata Drawbar Hitches feature a spring loaded safety flap that auto sets when the towing eye is in position, simply reverse into position and lift the hook up, when the eye clears the flap it automatically locks the tow eye in.
Safety Chain Eye
Rata Tow Hitches feature a safety chain mount to secure the trailer, wagon or whichever implement you are towing in case of any accidents, this helps to increase the overall safety of your towing tasks.
Double Clevis Linkage
The double clevis linkage mounts on a Rata Tow Hitch are made from thick steel plate, this ensures maximum strength to cope with high weight loadings.
A bolted steel wear plate protects the towing tongue from premature wear and can be easily unbolted & replaced when worn to extend the life of your tow hitch.
Optional Tow Ball Attachment
This tow ball attachment enables your Rata Tow Hitch to tow conventional trailers around the farm and on the road, simply slip it over the towing pin, insert the locking pin and you are ready to work!
We’ve done everything we can think of to make this draw bar hitch as durable as possible. This even comes down to details like the rope, which is protected with a 316 stainless steel thimble and hand swaged securely with a copper ferrule. Not just any stainless – 316 stainless is alloyed with molybdenum to make it more resistant to the highly corrosive effluent found on farms.