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Master Lock 2866DAT 1/2 in. and 5/8 in. Swivel Head Receiver Lock for Class I-IV $8.49 FS

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Title says it all; lowest price per the 3camel. It's not going to stop any thief from stealing your trailer, but it'll keep your honest neighbor honest.

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Ordered one then cancelled after reading the reviews. Buy first, ask questions later type of thought process like a true SDer lol.
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Had one of these on for about 6 months through winter. I went change my hitch and I couldn't get it unlocked, I was about to break the key. It just happened to be right before we were going to leave for our camping vacation. Not worth the hassle, they can steal my hitch before I go through that again.
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I had a similar master lock hitch lock and it rusted itself shut. I had to cut it off with bolt cutters. Second issue was that I was able to cut through it like butter.
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I bought this 3 weeks ago for $12! Of course! Works fine for me but I also live in Cali.. go cali!
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My solution has been to use a bolt (allen head is ideal since it is a little less common to have) and nylon lock nut if I am worried. Reality is if they are willing to go through the trouble of unbolting it, they would have also been willing to cut it off. It stops the casual passer by from quickly unhooking it, and that is good enough for me.
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Comparable unit at HF is $8.70 AC every day of the week, available in 3 diameters. I have 2 different pins - I find that the secret to keeping outdoor locks operable is just a bit of thin oil in the mechanism before you expose it (eg when it's brand new). Follow that and all your outdoor locks will function flawlessly.
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Awesome find, love this
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