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Jbsny
Posted 2015-10-03 5:52 PM (#164944)
Subject: Trailer Locks


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I have a 1999 Featherlite BP. I have a master lock for it, but I think it would be easy to remove. Is there a better lock or way to secure my trailer?
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PaulChristenson
Posted 2015-10-03 6:07 PM (#164945 - in reply to #164944)
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http://www.universalboot.com/anti-theft-locks/trailer-wheel-locks
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huntseat
Posted 2015-10-03 6:07 PM (#164946 - in reply to #164944)
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Are you locking the hitch, dressing room door or the horse compartment?
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Jbsny
Posted 2015-10-04 3:35 PM (#164952 - in reply to #164944)
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I am looking for one for the Fulton hitch, I think itis a Fulton, with the release on the top. I like having a wheel lock as well.
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PaulChristenson
Posted 2015-10-05 12:53 AM (#164959 - in reply to #164952)
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Originally written by Jbsny on 2015-10-04 6:35 PM

I am looking for one for the Fulton hitch, I think itis a Fulton, with the release on the top. I like having a wheel lock as well.
If you are looking for one of these... http://www.amazon.com/Fulton-Gorilla-Guard-Coupler-Lock/dp/B003IHM9... Be aware that you can remove them with a sawzall in a relatively short amount of time...I know because I cut one off a trailer whose lock became totally corroded and the key would no longer work...
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Jbsny
Posted 2015-10-07 7:24 PM (#164995 - in reply to #164944)
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I have seen a couple of potential locks, https://www.megahitchlock.com. I do like the idea of the wheel lock as well. Gushill industries had a nice lock but didn't make one to fit my hitch, they are coming out with one in 2016. I agree with the Gorilla lock review, the metal is flimsy. The one I currently have isn't that great. Thanks for the ideas.
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loveduffy
Posted 2015-10-07 10:20 PM (#165005 - in reply to #164944)
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all locks can do it slow somebody down any lock is good it come down to how much you spend
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johnsnowkornar
Posted 2018-04-26 3:08 AM (#171564 - in reply to #164995)
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Jbsny - 2015-10-07 7:24 PM

I have seen a couple of potential locks, https://automobiledecor.com/best-trailer-lock-reviews/. I do like the idea of the wheel lock as well. Gushill industries had a nice lock but didn't make one to fit my hitch, they are coming out with one in 2016. I agree with the Gorilla lock review, the metal is flimsy. The one I currently have isn't that great. Thanks for the ideas.

Thanks for the reference, would you please suggest me a top one under $100 for my trailer.
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