Couplemate introduces new product to the market

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Couplemate Trailer Parts of North America rolled out its Durahub Bearing Protectors in the U.S. and Canadian markets.

"Durahub is destined to become a major player in the North American market on the solid strength of the product and its proven success of many years and resulting value in the rugged Australian market," Couplemate Trailer Parts president Steve Wotherspoon said in a statement.

"Prior to launching the line, we conducted extensive research and were totally impressed by both the product's unprecedented performance and its outstanding money-saving ability for trailer owners in virtually all segments including those who haul boats, RVs, campers and the like," he added.

The Durahub Bearing Protectors will be available in North America this summer.

Couplemate Trailer Parts is now corporately represented in the U.S. and Canada, and is no longer affiliated with or distributed by Durasafe Inc. or Kickerfish Industries, the company said. Durasafe also no longer sells or represents the original Couplemate Trailer Hitch, also known as "The Marriage Saver."

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