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Trimax SXTS32 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 SXTS32 converts from a 1/2" to a 5/8" pin with a stainless steel sleeve and features premium 100% stainless steel. Provides instant security for your camper, boat or trailer by securing your vehicle trailer hitch. No internal springs to seize or brake. Knurling on lock heads adds style and grip and is machined from 100% solid forged steel. Double headed or "dog bone" style design. Width between heads (exposed pin length or gap space) is 2-5/8". 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.
Item is not so 100% stainless steel.
Item is rusted and looks worn out after a few months. But it still works.
Perfect! Fits great, I live in a high humidity area and there is no rusting, great product! I would definitely recommend this to anyone.Published 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
I like receiver locks, they keep the tow bar locked to the trailer hitch so no one can steal your tow ball.Published on April 29, 2013 by JS