|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.6 x 3.5 x 1.6 inches|
|Item model number||262DAT|
|Manufacturer Part Number||262DAT|
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- LOCK APPLICATION: Best used for non-operating spare tire for car or trailer
- SECURITY: Wheel lock is made from solid zinc and steel to provide advanced security for a spare tire
- SPECIFICATIONS: Locks over wheel studs up to .56 in. diameter
- INCLUDES: One spare tire lock with two keys
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Master Lock Chrome Lug Nut Style Spare Tire Lock is designed to provide advance security for the non-operating spare tires. This lock is made from solid zinc and steel which renders long lasting durability. It features chrome plating for corrosion resistance and locks over wheel studs up to 0.56 inches in diameter. This lock should be used on non-operating spare tire and is easy to install.
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Master Lock 262DAT Chrome Lug Nut Style Spare Tire Lock
The Master Lock No. 262DAT features a lugnut style spare tire lock, made from solid zinc and steel, to provide advanced security for tires. This lock is best used on non-operating spare tire, with wheel studs up to .56in (14mm) in diameter.
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Master Lock Chrome Lug Nut Style Spare Tire Lock is designed to provide advanced security and features chrome plating for corrosion resistance.
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For $6, it's hard to beat.
Three stars only because it does work but I think the mechanism inside, that you cannot see from the photo, could be manufactured much beefier in the tradition of Master Lock. This is not it. It looks a bit cheap inside and hit just right with a one good sledgehammer shot and that thing is gonna break for sure! Also, why no plastic keyhole cover? It is going to pick up road grime wherever it is used. What would that have cost to make, a nickel?
I leave this in the toolkit unless we're going for a dayhike or trip around town when I'm RVing.
A prybar should quickly defeat this but if you have multiple layers of protection for your belongings this just helps