CURT QuickPin No-Latch Trailer Coupler No HassleCURT QuickPin No-Latch Trailer Coupler No Hassle

The Revolutionary CURT QuickPin™ No-Latch Trailer Coupler

QuickPin is a revolution in trailer coupler technology, completely doing away with the traditional coupler latch design. Instead, to secure your trailer to your hitch ball, this innovative coupler using a single pin.

Just drop the trailer tongue onto the tow ball, slide the QuickPin hitch pin into place and secure it with the included safety pin. That’s it!

QuickPin features standard mounting holes to fit onto most existing trailer tongues, using the pre-drilled holes. It is available in a variety of standard ball sizes.

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Coupler Latch Stuck? Watch This!

Available in Straight-Tongue & A-Frame Styles


Easiest Trailer Hookup Yet!

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Step 1: Drop trailer tongue

Replace your existing trailer coupler with the QuickPin no-latch coupler. Drop the trailer tongue down until the QuickPin coupler seats onto the trailer ball.

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Step 2: Insert primary pin

Slide the QuickPin hitch pin into place. The unique design secures the coupler firmly in place without the need for a complicated hinging latch.  No adjustment needed!

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Step 3: Secure with safety clip

Secure the QuickPin hitch pin for travel with the included safety clip. A convenient lasso-style lanyard keeps the components together to avoid lost pieces.


Need Extra Security?

Shop Locks for Straight-Tongue QuickPin


Shop Locks for A-frame QuickPin


More Benefits of QuickPin

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Standard Bolt Hole Pattern for Easy Replacement

QuickPin is engineered to be a replacement coupler for your existing trailer tongue. It is equipped with pre-drilled holes to match the existing bolt pattern on most trailer tongue beams.

In the event that the holes in your trailer tongue do not match up with the QuickPin coupler pattern, new holes may need to be drilled.

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Fully Tested to SAE J684

To provide you and your loved ones with a safe, reliable towing connection, the QuickPin™ coupler is fully tested at our Detroit engineering facility. It passes SAE-684 performance specifications.

Each QuickPin™ coupler is constructed from stamped steel and is available in industry-standard weight ratings.

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Finished for Dependability

To protect QuickPin™ for the long haul, this trailer tongue coupler comes with a durable black powder coat finish. This ensures lasting corrosion resistance, in spite of the outdoor elements.

The QuickPin™ coupler is backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

How to Install the Quick Pin Coupler

QuickPin FAQs

  1. Can I use a different hitch pin to secure the coupler?
    No, a different pin may not be used. The QuickPin coupler must be secured using the included pin. Select lock options are also available, as well as a replacement pin for the straight-tongue models (CURT #19272).
  2. Is QuickPin safe to use?
    QuickPin couplers are tested to SAE J684 specifications for safety and are rated for standard gross trailer weight capacities.
  3. Will QuickPin fit on my trailer?
    QuickPin couplers are available to fit trailer straight tongue beams of 2", 2-1/2" and 3" wide. The mounting holes on straight-tongue models are spaced to match up with most existing mounting hole patterns. QuickPin is also available to fit A-frame trailers with a 50-degree angle, and it can be welded or bolted into place (hardware not included).

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