Marinetech 75-8000 Marine Outboard Motor Lock
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Heavy carbon steel design. Fits turnbuckle mounted engines. Recessed solid brass lock. Noise dampeners reduce rattle.
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Bought it for my 9.8 Tohatsu for use in fresh water.
The bar itself is substantial and a heavy gauge metal that seems vinyl coated. Contrary to other opinions, a thief would need a cutting tool to get this off; it does not flex. Also adds a 2nd nice handle to carry the engine.
The lock itself is brass with a top U shaped shackle that has connection notches in both legs; the bottom has the key hole; the lock installs with the key hole down; The shackle and lock both recess into the bar making it difficult to tamper with. Used some Breakfree gun oil to lub the lock and that made it work smoothly. The shackle only goes in one way as one of the legs is longer than the other; probably making it easier to line up the lock with the shackle.
Without the dampening strips (3), the bar fits easily on the turnbuckles. Without the dampening strips, the bar could rattle. Adding the 3 adhesive backed dampening strips takes a bit to get them into the bar but makes the fit snug decreasing rattle.
The plastic end caps are a nice finishing touch.
I pity the fool who tries to make a quick grab.
For the dough, Happy Camper.
Had I known this I would not have bought it.
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