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Old 01-16-2022, 04:42 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by 66lincoln View Post
I'm buying one of these to stop someone from hooking up. The chains can also be placed inside of it. Won't stop someone from busting open a door or window, but they can't leave with it. This guy has tested quite a many hitch locks on his YouTube channel; most could be forced open faster than you can blink.
I almost bought this one, first I saw that a professional used a drill bit and opened it right up. I figured a professional wouldn't be stealing my trailer. Then I saw a video where someone took a Sawzall and cut through the top of the round part and the lock fell apart. I would say what are the chances someone would cut the lock off compared to drilling a hole and moving the lock mechanism, much better then doing what a professional did. I'm going with a different lock
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