Bulldog is one of a number of towing-related brands under the Cequent umbrella. Whether you need an upgraded gooseneck hitch for your pickup or a lock set for your coupler, Bulldog’s high-quality product line is the choice of dedicated professionals, both on the retail side and drivers who have to tow something all day, every day. They’re able to serve the needs of vacationers with popups and pros with 20,000 lb. commercial rigs.

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    Whether you’re fabricating, upgrading or maintaining a trailer, Bulldog is the valuable source for heavy-duty couplers, rated from 5,000 to 15,000 lbs. GTW. (GTW=Gross Trailer weight, what your trailer weighs at the curb, loaded with tools, toys, food, beer, water, propane or whatever. It’s usually substantially more than the weight on the title.) The Bulldog hitch coupler fits both a-frame and round or straight tongues.

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    Bulldog is a major supplier of Gooseneck hitches. Their line of under-bed goosenecks installs fast, without drilling or welding. Choose Bulldog hitches for trailer with hidden balls, or folding balls. The revolutionary BX1 Gooseneck Coupler has 50% more area in the coupler pocket, (making hooking up simpler), one hand operation, integral grease fittings and easily retrofits to conventional gooseneck trailers.

    Bulldog is among the best-known manufacturers of trailer jacks. They make square jacks, round jacks, worm gear jacks, bevel gear jacks, and 12V powered jacks. If you use a trailer more than a few times a year, a powered Bulldog trailer jack is a necessity. Or try one of their two-speed jacks, one that can shift gears to a much lower ratio when the jack is not just lowering or raising its foot, but actually carrying the weight of the trailer.

    Add in Bulldog’s line of hitch and coupler locks, and an extensive catalog full of jack accessories, and you’ll appreciate what other trailering pros have known for years: there’s no skimping on quality when you need a trailer part or accessory that gets used regularly instead of sitting in the yard more than not. Add a new addition to their product line: Max-Frame no-drill receiver hitches for your car or truck.

    Founded in 1919 in Wausau, WI above a car dealership by inventor Thomas J Jacob after an accident with a poorly-designed trailer hitch killed one of his prized hunting dogs, Bulldog is still in business. Several acquisitions later as part of Cequent Performance Products, Bulldog is still a leading manufacturer of high-quality Bulldog trailer hitches. With Cequent’s resources at their back, they promise to be in the same place after their second hundred years in business.

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    This hitch replaced an old one I had to put a bolt through to keep it secure. It had come loose once but I was lucky the safety chains kept it with the truck but the big dent still remains in the fender. Bulldog hitches are simple and I no longer worry about whether the trailer is securely attached to my vehicle. I just cut the old welds, ground everything, smooth, welded the Bulldog in place, added some spray primer, (the whole trailer will get paint when it warms up), and I am ready to roll. Both my trailers have been modified with Bulldog hitches.
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