New Pro-Tow Predator A-Frame

New Pro-Tow Predator A-Frame | 29 Aug 2017


Pro-Tow Predator!

If you’re looking to tow a car with your motorhome a new A-frame is about to hit the Australian market. Made for local conditions, the Pro-Tow Predator is said to have been specifically designed to handle the rough and tumble of the Australian Outback. 

Jason Cerezo, part of the engineering and design team says that to his knowledge this is the first A-frame to be fully tested to ADR requirements. 

“Whilst other A-frames comply with ADR regulations, our A-frame has actually undertaken the testing programme that is part of the rigorous ADR certification requirements. This has been an exciting time for us; we built a testing platform and frame, and then over a period of approximately three months of continuous testing 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the A-frame was subjected to more than two million operational cycles. It came through with flying colours,” he said.

The Predator has a built-in override brake, 3.5-tonne capacity and is of heavier construction than other products. Finished in polished stainless steel, it is designed as a two-part frame so users have the option of separating the brake unit from the arms for lighter movement and easier storage. Add to this double the warranty of comparable frames and the Predator is primed to eat the competition.

Introductory Special

BTY Trading, designer and manufacturer of the Pro-Tow Predator A-frame, is giving the first 15 purchasers the chance to win the cost of their new A-frame back.*

The Pro-Tow Predator will be marketed in Australia through Northcoach RV Equipment, which has more than 15 years experience in the motorhome industry and is a leading specialist in A-frame towing systems. 

The Pro-Tow Predator will be introduced to the market at the Bundaberg CMCA Rally in October. For further information click the link above, email enquiries@northcoach.com.au or call Northcoach on (07) 3209-6654.



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