Back to the OP, I would recomend a wheel lock and the cable on the battery box. An A122 could be taken on a flat bed pretty easily.
Originally Posted by OldCoot
If you don't cross the chains and lock them around the jack, the hitch locks can be useless. They can cross the chains under the tongue and pull the trailer off somewhere and remove the hitch lock.
I willl take that suggestion about the chains - I think I can fit them in the hitch lock.
How far can someone go on the chains? I had a truck in front of me hauling a boat once. First a huge nut came bouncing out from under them, next the boat started to make fast left-right moves. (Seems someone forgot to tighten the ball-nut.)
When the chains or hooks failed it went just left of an over-pass and down a hill and rolled.
It seems like chains can get you stopped, but not much more - when done right
(by the way, as an observer the pucker factor was 11)
2011 PrimeTime Tracer 2600rls
2001 GMC Yukon XL 2500, 6.0L 4.10:1 axle ratio
Nights camping 2014 - 17
2013 - 15