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Old 05-20-2015, 03:13 PM   #1
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This is our first trailor 2010 jay flight 36bh We are having problem fiinding an lock to fit on the ball hitch. Any ideal please and thank you
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Old 05-20-2015, 03:15 PM   #2
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Try this:
http://www.amazon.com/Reese-Towpower...2152888&sr=1-5


I bought one in 2009 and it works great.
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I brought two kinds .both never fit on it.
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What kind of lock are you looking for. one that will lock your hitch to the tow vehicle or to lock the hitch when its setting so nobody can take it.
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When it is sitting so no one will take it
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All those locks are good for temporary deterrent. I know a guy who lost the key from his Reese Lock and took the hacksaw and was done in 15 minutes. A battery operated grinder probably less than 30 seconds.
An extra ball and a solid master lock will do the same thing. Anything out China will do........lol. If they really want your unit nothing will stop real criminals from getting it.
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...snip... If they really want your unit nothing will stop real criminals from getting it.
You can never stop a determined thief.

The only thing you can do is stop the curious.
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I wouldpost an pic of the hitch. I dont know how to post pic
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This is our first trailor 2010 jay flight 36bh ...snip
Congratulations on your first trailer and welcome to the forum.
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