NB: Please note if you are purchasing quick release tugs for a set of Tedex harness which was originally supplied with the closed loop stlyle tugs (pre 2019 model) then you may need to purchase a shorter backband to use them effectively. Additionally if your tedex harness is pre 2012 model you may also need to purchase a new style bellyband which was manufactured to shorter lengths after 2012. If you are unsure about any of this information please feel free to get in touch.
What are tugs?
The tugs are used to support the shafts on a driving saddle. Despite the implication of the name, the tugs do not pull the vehicle in any way. Their purpose is simply to guide and support the shafts. If the vehicle is correctly balanced there should be no weight placed on the tugs when the passengers are all on board. The shafts should appear to "float" within the tugs. The tugs also have a secondary breaking function due to the tug stops on the shafts. When the vehicle is stopping or going downhill the shafts run forward slightly in the tugs until they reach the tug stops. The majority of the breaking must always be carried out by the breeching so this really is just an extra system.
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