An openmouthed bar at the end of a car, which receives a coupling link and pin by which the car is drawn. It is usually provided with a spring to give elasticity to the connection between the cars of a train.
A bar of iron with an eye at each end, or a heavy link, for coupling a locomotive to a tender or car.
A fixed or hinged tow bar extending out the rear of a tractor.
The bar that connects (couples) a steam engine to its tender.
a strong metal bar bearing a hook to attach something to be pulled
A tractor component typically located at the rear and near the ground that permits attachment of implements for pulling or towing.
A removable coupling platform that slides into a hitch receiver and fastens with a pin and clip, or the "tongue" portion of a fixed-tongue hitch. The term drawbar is sometimes used to distinguish a ball mount with a solid ball shank or a coupling configuration different than a hitch ball (such as a pintle hook). Also see: Ball Mount
A flat horizontal bar attached to the rear of the tractor, used for dragging or towing. May be attached to the frame at a fixed height, providing the ability to vary the distance between the tractor and implement to be towed. Alternatively, may be attached between the lower links of the 3PH to provide variable height, but at a fixed distance from the tractor.
A heavy metal bar between the coupler and the sliding sill that absorbs shock in coupling.