Coupler Locks...

Discussion in 'A-Frame PopUps' started by Rik Peery, Jun 15, 2018.

  1. joet

    joet Well-Known Member

    Mar 16, 2011
    Elkins WV area
    [QUOTE=". The problem with the Reese one that wraps around over the top is you can angle grinder the top thing off in about 20 seconds.[/QUOTE]
    I can open the Reese in a second , without cutting. But the lock looks good
  2. WrkrBee

    WrkrBee Well-Known Member

    May 23, 2018
    South Carolina
    I have a friend that is working on a better trailer lock. It looks to be well engineered.

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  3. tfischer

    tfischer Well-Known Member

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  4. e_lizzle

    e_lizzle New Member

    Mar 6, 2018
    They prefer ones they can get off quickly, though. I live in a very high theft area for boats (South Florida) and we stay pretty up-to-date with the various locking mechanisms and which ones generally get worked over. Sometimes you'll get an insane incident where they'll cut one of those boots off someone's boat trailer, but most often they're just cutting the normal-style locks. Since most boat trailers here have bolted on couplers, they'll unbolt the coupler and bolt a different one on, also. Even the GPS trackers have their own problems too, it was discovered that some brands will only give the coordinates to the police and the police aren't always interested in investigating the theft right then.

    The good rule is to have a lock that's harder to defeat than your neighbors' locks.

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  5. Customer

    Customer Well-Known Member

    Jun 5, 2014
    Or have a boat/RV that no one wants to steal. [:D]
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  6. Rik Peery

    Rik Peery Active Member

    Jun 15, 2018
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