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Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: San antonio TX
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Never used any.
The problem I see with this (or any trailer with a hitch that can be unbolted) is that while it will slow down a thief, it wont really stop them. Ive seen this happen with goosenecks, people throw on a lock thinking that will stop theft, but thieves just unbolt the coupler, pop in a new one and drive off.
As even this pic shows, you can just unbolt the hitch and install a new one. It would only take 2 min, an impact with a couple common sockets and a vicegrip. (for the head of the bolt)
If your really worried I guess you could weld the nuts to the bolts or use hi strength locktite.
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