|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 2.25 x 7.25 inches|
|Item model number||7023584|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||7023584|
|OEM Part Number||7023584|
|Cover Included||5/8"RECEIVER TOYOTA|
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BOLT 7023584 5/8" Receiver Lock for Toyota Keys
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- Opens with your vehicles ignition key eliminating extra keys on your ring; Works with Toyota keys. Please verify fitment by looking up the year, make and model of your vehicle
- Stainless Steel 5/8" diameter pin for use with Class 3, 4, and 5 hitches (2 to 2.5" Receiver)
- Auto-Return spring locks automatically when key is removed
- Stainless steel lock shutter to keep out dirt and moisture, plate tumbler sidebar to prevent picking and bumping, double ball bearing locking mechanism
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
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|Item Dimensions||6.00 x 2.25 x 7.25 inches||5.91 x 1.38 x 2.76 inches||8.87 x 1.87 x 1.25 inches||8.56 x 3.75 x 1.58 inches||8.00 x 4.00 x 2.00 inches||8.50 x 6.50 x 2.50 inches|
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Featuring patented BOLT Breakthrough One-Key Lock Technology the BOLT Receiver Hitch Lock works with your vehicle ignition key. Use the BOLT Receiver Hitch Lock to secure your hitch to your truck and never worry about losing or having to remember which key goes to your receiver lock again! Available with either a 1/2" or 5/8" diameter pin the BOLT Receiver Hitch Lock is suitable for Class 1-5 towing applications. Featuring an automotive grade lock cylinder and a stainless steel lock shutter and cap to keep out dirt and moisture, each BOLT Receiver Lock comes with a solid stainless steel pin and a weather resistant jacket ensuring the long life of your lock.
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BOLT 5/8" Receiver Lock
How It Works
Why risk a lock out due to a lost key? Lock it down with BOLT, Breakthrough One-Key Lock Technology! Simply select your vehicle specific lock, insert your ignition key, turn it once and the lock mechanically and permanently learns the key code.
BOLT Locks cannot be reset. For security reasons all BOLT Locks permanently learn the first key used on them. If you decided to upgrade your vehicle, check out our Customer Loyalty Program for more details.
BOLT Locks are compatible with Chevrolet, GMC, Ford, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Toyota and Nissan. Want to make sure we have a lock or you? Check out our vehicle match. www.boltlock.com/find-your-lock
Maximum Towing Weight
BOLT Receiver Locks are rated to tow the maximum weight for their class. The 5/8” receiver lock can tow a gross trailer weight of 16,000 lbs and a tongue weight of 1,600 lbs. For more information, please see your towing guide.
- Auto Return Spring Locks Automatically When Key is Removed
- Double Ball Bearing Lock Mechanism
- Plate Tumbler Sidebar to Prevent Picking and Bumping
- Stainless Steel Lock Shutter to Keep out Dirt and Moisture
- Opens with your Vehicle Ignition Key
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Yesterday while returning from a day sailing trip with a friend, we were heading east on 22 freeway out of Long Beach, CA in slow lane during rush hour. We were in the slow lane taking it easy rounding a blind corner when I felt a slight wiggle in the truck. Looked back in the mirror and saw a shower of sparks and knew the trailer had become disconnected. Hit the emergency flashers and slowly pulled into the emergency lane. Fully expecting to see a broken ball or trailer tongue I instead saw the ball carrier still connected on to the trailer. The sparks was the bottom of the Ball shaft being ground down into the nut. MISSING WAS THE HITCH PIN. I can not tell what failed because the pin is somewhere on a very busy So. Cal freeway. it was not worth my life to go looking for broken BOLT receiver lock pieces on a blind curve of a very busy freeway. Needless to say the Bolt Receiver Lock FAILED in someway. It's hard to imagine the bold shearing so best guess in the lock came off the pin. A scary adventure that ended with no one hurt and minimal damage. Left the boat on side of freeway while we chased and purchase necessary repair items from local auto parts store. I like the idea of the lock head but with no way to really verify its security to the pin, I will go with a pin that has better visual security. Check those locking heads for security.
I got the lock. Keyed it to my trucks key and it works great. I took a key to another 2014 Silverado 1500 and tested it with the key, and didn’t even fit all the way in the lock.
So my nervousness was quickly gone about that.
As it compares to other receiver locks I’ve had, this is what I see:
It’s definitely a bit larger but not negatively so.. I guess that’s why some people have a hard time with trailer chains. I don’t foresee it a problem though.
It also seems a bit thicker where the pin connects to the lock. On other receiver locks it’s easy to break away with a piece of pipe because the weakest point breaks before the pin or lock does. On this pin it’s thicker so it seems like it would bend before it broke.
I would recommend it!
The pin feels really heavy duty and I watched alot of youtube videos of truck owners using these to secure their trailers and pull heavy loads. I had bought a cheapo brand hitch lock about a year ago that I've been utilizing for hitch accessories but I dont trust to tow with because it just feels cheap and gimmicky; and required me to carry an addition key on my key ring.
A really great selling and buying point of the BOLT hitch lock is that you use your existing truck key. I highly suggest using the BOLT website to determine exactly which model number is going to match your vehicle. Without confirming there , you could very likely end up purchasing the wrong model number meaning that particular lock is designed for different style key than what you actually have.
Once I determined exactly which model number I needed for my 2019 Silverado, it didn't take much time looking at other websites to determine that Amazon had the lowest price for this item. The lock itself plus shipping would have ended up costing anywhere between 5 and 15 dollars more if i would have bought from bolt, Gen y or anywhere else.
It's really easy to program the lock to your key, the instructions are as simple as can be. This is a product I'd buy again if I needed to and I'd buy as a gift for friends or family who want a hitch lock.
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Update, I went to the dealership I bought the trucks from. I tried all the centre cut keys on their board and of the roughly 35 key there, 15 opened the lock.