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Old 09-08-2016, 11:58 AM   #1
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Locking hitch pins

Whats the industry's best anti-theft locking hitch pins for both hitch and tow bar? I just spent a good deal of money for a Aladen tow bar and everything needed to flat tow and i want to keep everything.
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I bought the locking pins for peace of mind while on the road. Wouldn't want some punk pulling the pins when we're in Cracker Barrel or WM!

Blue Ox sells them as a set of three.
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I bought the locking pins for peace of mind while on the road. Wouldn't want some punk pulling the pins when we're in Cracker Barrel or WM!

Blue Ox sells them as a set of three.
Just read on Amazon where all are keyed-alike. That would be a REAL plus.
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You might want to look at "Bolt Hitch locks". They can be coded to your vehicle key. Not sure what type of lock you need, but they several types. Hope this info will help.

One-Key Lock Technology - Learns YOUR key the first time you use them — BOLT Locks by Strattec
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Just read on Amazon where all are keyed-alike. That would be a REAL plus.
Still a deterrent.
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Whats the industry's best anti-theft locking hitch pins for both hitch and tow bar? I just spent a good deal of money for a Aladen tow bar and everything needed to flat tow and i want to keep everything.
I got mine from TCS and I use it all the time, I have had a hitch stolen and one time someone removed my pin as a joke
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Still a deterrent.
My reply "...a REAL plus" was a POSITIVE reply. We all carry too many keys as it is - having all three locks of the Blue Ox makes it so much easier. Only one key to unlock all three? That is a plus in my book. Right now I have 2 pins; one for my Ready Brake to MH and the other is Alpha hitch to Ready Brake. Two separate keys and a real PITA.
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Probably meant TSC for Tractor Supply.
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