|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 4.9 x 8.8 inches|
|Item model number||MAG125|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MAG125|
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Trimax MAG125 Resettable Combination Bent Pin 1/2" Receiver Lock
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- The 1/2" pin is 2.25 inches in usable span and designed to fit all Class I & II 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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Of course, after about 18 months of semi-regular use with garage-kept storage, the El Cheapo wheels (pot metal or plastic -- couldn't tell which) fatigued from normal use, broke into little pieces (one rectangle per numeral) and started falling off the spindle like so many Tic-Tacs. So, figure this isn't the last lock of its kind you'll ever buy. But if you're like me, with only moderate security requirements and a desire to not carry any more keys, this will do until it doesn't.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's the only combination lock I could find. Poor quality. Could be broken easily with a hammer.Published 9 months ago by LM
This thing is awesome. No having to carry around extra keys and the tumblers won't rust as bad as you can take apart the combination portion and clean it out.Published 11 months ago by ironfistr
Works perfectly. Allows locking of bike rack to hitch so that rack can remain on the car.Published 15 months ago by T
The tiny little pin that holds the toothed part ( that goes inside the combination lock) to the shaft, fell out .!?!? Read morePublished 15 months ago by sabadabadoo
so far I like this not having to find a key all the time is nice as I usually forget where I hid the key in the truckPublished 16 months ago by Bill