Quick Hitch Systems




The Quick Hitch System® is so adaptable, so versatile, it can be applied to virtually any industry and/or personal requirements. Types of units that can be developed to suit this system are limited by imagination only. Listed below are some of the markets that will find high-level advantages by incorporating the Quick Hitch System®.


  1. Hire companies. With the incorporation of the QHS, hire companies can now have a relatively small fleet of vehicles, but have a substantial selection of connectable units, amounting to substantial reductions in company capital holding, rego etc.
  2. Freight Companies.
  3. Rural Fire Brigade. With a conventional rural fire-fighting unit much precious time is wasted. Once the truck has been to the fire front and emptied its water tank, it must then drive to the nearest water supply, re-fill the tank (20mins), and then return to the fire front. With the incorporation of the QHS, time can be utilised. Whilst the fire truck is at the front, another vehicle (of any type) can connect another QHS water tank to a special QHS bogy trailer, take it to water and fill. Then transfer the tank to the fire-fighting unit at the front. All the fire unit has to do is disconnect from the empty and connect to the full, and start fighting again whilst the courier is of to re-fill. No fire fighting time lost. 3 units could be incorporated in this manner, ensuring a continuous stream of water.
  4. Military.  For the military, the QHS will provide substantial reductions in human resource requirements. Provisions will require half the handling they did with conventional methods. Specialised units can arrive at work places fully equipped and functional, specialised units for specialised jobs. The QHS will allow the vehicles to be utilised in many ways beyond previously.
  5. Police Force. A reduction of fleet vehicles required at points like random breath testing. Currently they must have the breath test unit, as well as a pursuit vehicle. With the QHS they can offload the test unit, and are left with the pursuit. Police can now easily deploy holding pens etc, and still have a freelance patrol unit. With the incorporation of the bogy unit they can also set up an additional unit elsewhere.
  6. Building Industry Etc. Vehicle no longer need be tied up at sight. A mobile tool store can be delivered at sight; the vehicle is free to do rounds. Also, the system affords a crew carrier a full sized tray previously available on single cab utilities. With the adaptability afforded by the incorporation of the Quick Hitch System®, vehicle fleet numbers can be dramatically reduced.
  7. Special projects eg. Antarctic Operations. Due to costs and environmental         impact, restrictions are placed on vehicle units. With the Quick Hitch System®, all they need is one or two vehicles and a range of connectable units to suit requirements.
  8. General home unit. With the future development of sedan type units and open walk through couplings, the family vehicle will soon be able to adapt to all the families requirements. The system will prove to be very cost effective to the average household.
  9. Farming industry. Farmers will also greatly benefit by having one vehicle that can quickly be adapted for the job at hand.






  1. Extension trays- with lazy axle.
  2. Standard trays.
  3. Standard canopies.
  4. Extension canopies.
  5. Canopy pop top campers.
  6. Tipper bin trays.
  7. Water tankers.
  8. Grain bins.
  9. Freezer units.
  10. Pantec units.
  11. Live stock transporters.
  12. Site offices.
  13. Site stores.
  14. Motorhome units.
  15. Agricultural spray units.
  16. Seed sow units.
  17. Harvest units.
  18. Troop transporters.
  19. Emergency Medical units.
  20. Military central intelligence units.
  21. Ambulance units.
  22. Police holding cell units.
  23. Food stores.
  24. Mobile clinics.
  25. Family sedan units.
  26. Motor bike trays.
  27. Fire fighting units.
  28. Trades man workstations.
  29. Rack systems.