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Trimax MAG200 Resettable Combination Bent Pin 5/8" Receiver Lock

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  • The 5/8" pin fits all Class III, IV and V receiver hitches
  • Free protective lock head cover
  • Easy to read numbers
  • Durable non-corrosive lock mechanism
  • No key to lose or forget
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandTrimax
ModelMAG200
Item Weight12.8 ounces
Product Dimensions8.8 x 4.8 x 1.2 inches
Item model numberMAG200
Manufacturer Part NumberMAG200
OEM Part Number MAG200
ABPA Partslink Number 13
  
Additional Information
ASINB000W0OFXG
Best Sellers Rank #13,318 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableJuly 1, 2004
  
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Product Description

Trimax MAG200 Dare to compare! TRIMAX, the leader in Receiver Locking Pins, has spent the last 10 years expanding and improving on the "ORIGINAL." The Patented Dual Lock Lug Design offers over 5,800 lbs. of head pull strength. A 1/4 turn of the rugged tube key locks & unlocks the strongest locking pin on the market. Don't settle for low quality knockoffs! The MAG200 is made of high quality chrome plated machine hardened steel. Provides instant security for your camper, boat or trailer by securing your vehicle receiver hitch. Features a resettable combination lock. Duable non-corrosive lock mechanism. Forged steel lock tip. Triple chrome plated steel pin. Heavy duty collar overlaps hitch pin for unmatched strength and security. Standard bent pin style design with resettable combination lock. Width between heads (exposed pin length or gap space) is 2-5/8". For receivers requiring a longer exposed pin length see SXT5. A receiver pin is used to secure the receptacle part of a trailer hitch (attached to a vehicle) to inserts such as ball mounts, drawbars, accessory carriers or ornamental receiver plugs. The most common receiver pins are 1/2" and 5/8" in diameter. Class II receiver hitches have 1-1/4" receptacles and use 1/2" pins. Class III, IV and V receiver hitches have 2" receptacles and use 5/8" pins. TRIMAX makes the world's toughest locks. Through value added engineering design, TRIMAX is committed to product innovation that holds up to the highest quality standards. TRIMAX provides maximum security for marine, trailer and tow, RV, performance truck, power sports and bicycle applications. Tested. Tough. TRIMAX. TRIMAX offers a lifetime warranty on all of their products.

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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Joel Mellon on July 15, 2011
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This thing works really well and is easy to set....but I didn't get it for the typical use.

I wanted a way to store an extra set of keys outside my truck in the event that I lock myself out like an ass.

I really liked the idea of the HitchSafe Key Vault, but for $70? You've got to be kidding me.

I bought this along with a Curt Manufacturing 22750 Tube Cover 2" X 2" Black Bulk and made my own for less than 1/3 the cost.

I simply put my key in a zip lock bag to keep it from rattling around and jammed it behind the hitch pin.

I've now got a set up that's way easier to remove, is way more versatile, and way more discreet than an overpriced key holder.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By mikey snapper on September 7, 2012
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I like trimax products and they are some of my strongest and trusted locks for my trailers (I have three trailers). However, this hitch lock is not very strong. It will keep a honest thief from stealing your hitch or trailer but this lock is very easily defeat-able with a rock/hammer blow, small pliers, or tube as a lever to combination surface by someone that wants your stuff. It has very skinny lock rod and pins.They also rust easily and cover traps moisture rather then keeps it out. I own two of them and I like that I don't need another set of keys. They work fine to hold my $180 dollar hitches and pull 14k lbs. trailers. I would not use it to hold and secure my winch or other appealing items and I would not trust it in a very high crime area or extended stay in a unsecured location. Good luck.Cheers.

UPDATE Feb 20,2013: More and more rust. Yes,I live in Washington. Yes, It is winter and they use corrosive deicer. Yes, I use rust inhibitors and I still get rust and it gets harder to remove. It really is a chincy lock so three stars now for it's ok...
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Silicon Valley Geek on August 19, 2011
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I was looking for a combination hitch lock and was lucky to come across this one. Happy to report that it works great! Biggest issue was measuring my old hitch pin and deciding between the 1/2" and the 5/8" lock. In my case my MDX had a 5/8" pin and this lock fit perfectly with no rattling that is common with under sized hitch pins.

Default combo is 0-0-0-1. Once it is unlocked you simply twist the collar counter clockwise one position. You can then pull off each number wheel. To set your combo simply put each number wheel back with the digit you wanted instead of the 0-0-0-1 default. Once reassembled turn collar clockwise one click and verify your combo still works.

I added the instructions into the product images in case you ever have to reset the combo again. If you forget your combo you might be screwed so be sure to make it match something you'll remember (car radio code, last 4 digits of your phone number, etc.).

I greased my lock inside and outside to help prevent future corrosion. The lock comes with a cool black rubber jacket to keep the tumblers clean and dry, but the high pressure car wash places I goto usually manage to get water inside so I'm using it without it.

This hitch receiver lock will prevent most folks from walking off with your ball hitch, fancy cap cover or in my case a tail and brake light to help avoid rear end collisions (Bully CR-007A Tail and Brake Light).Bully CR-007A Tail and Brake Light
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I had a product failure, and don't know exactly what happened, and wasn't about to run into traffic to find out. I used three of these this very evening. One in the traditional manner, to secure the receiver to the hitch -- that worked out just fine. And two to secure the ramps to the trailer (similar to this -- http://www.albanytruckcapsandtrailers.com/images/Fgallery3-7.jpg). Around 40 miles down the road, a large bang, one of the loading ramps fell, and I pull off to the side of the road, and the lock is gone. Now, several things might have happened:
1) I might have installed it improperly (put it in and forgot to rotate the lock combinations) but I don't think that's the case, since I would have had to rotate them in line to install the plastic boot, and I pretty clearly remember installing the boot.
2) The extreme weight of the ramp sheared the pin in two (I really can't see that happening, as it should have been designed for shear stress between the receiver and hitch). And there was no sign of fatigue on the ramp/trailer hole to indicate shear stress.
3) The Bend in the pin wasn't sufficient and it worked its way out (I doubt it, but I'm throwing it in).
4) The one that I'm voting for -- The trailer hit a bump and the ramp vibrated perpendicular to the plane of the ramp. There was axial tension between the bent pin and the locking mechanism. That was enough to give that tiny 1/16" connection between the thick bent pin and the key a reason for the key to remove itself from the pin body and send the locking mechanism on down the road. After that, the bent pin found its way loose on the next bump, and that left the ramp unsecured and free to fall.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bill on October 21, 2011
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This is the best lockable hitch pin I've ever used. Just set your own combination, stuff it with waterproof grease and forget about it. No key to carry or lose, I love it. I have two of 'em.
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