Cequent Unveils Towing Industry’s First Ever Fifth Wheel Hitch Selector
As an Authorized Hitch Pro Dealer, AJ’s Truck & Trailer Center is pleased to spread the word about Cequent’s innovative online tool designed to guide you in the hitch selection process. Hitch Pro Certified is an elite status given only to the most loyal and qualified of Cequent dealers. The Hitch Pro program began in 1986 and is comprised of a handful of exclusive dealers. When you select an Authorized Hitch Pro Dealer, you are selecting the very best. After creating your perfect trailer hitch with the new fifth wheel hitch selector, give AJ’s a call to order and install it. We’d be happy to help in the process and make sure you get the right product to tow your trailer.
PLYMOUTH, Mich., (June 09, 2015) – Cequent™ Performance Products, North America’s leading manufacturer of towing products and accessories, is proud to announce the release of its new fifth wheel hitch selector. This innovative online system walks the user through a step-by-step process of building a complete fifth wheel hitch system, eliminating confusion about which parts are needed for correct installation.
“Unlike receiver or front mount hitches, fifth wheel hitches are not vehicle-specific, so it can be difficult to know which one is right for you,” said John Walsh, CPP vice president of sales and marketing. “Our new selector system takes the guesswork out of the process and gives our customers the peace of mind that they have everything they need before hitting the open road.”
The selector starts by prompting the user to select his/her vehicle year, make and model. Next, the user selects a mounting system, bed size, rail kit, and finally a fifth wheel hitch. Accessories are offered at the end of the process. Once all of the selections are made, the user has the option of printing or emailing the list of products.
“This selector empowers users by guiding them through the selection process and allowing them a hand in choosing each piece of their system,” said Dave Rogers, CPP internet and media specialist, and creator of the new selector. “It’s a feature that has been needed in the market for a long time and I’m happy to have had a hand in the creation of it.”