|Item Weight||12.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.3 x 5 x 9.3 inches|
|Item model number||MAG200|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MAG200|
|OEM Part Number||MAG200|
|ABPA Partslink Number||13|
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Trimax MAG200 Resettable Combination Bent Pin 5/8" Receiver Lock
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- The 5/8" pin is 3.25 inches in usable span and designed to fit all Class III, IV and V 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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I wanted a way to store an extra set of keys outside my truck in the event that I lock myself out like an ass.
I really liked the idea of the HitchSafe Key Vault, but for $70? You've got to be kidding me.
I bought this along with a Curt Manufacturing 22750 Tube Cover 2" X 2" Black Bulk and made my own for less than 1/3 the cost.
I simply put my key in a zip lock bag to keep it from rattling around and jammed it behind the hitch pin.
I've now got a set up that's way easier to remove, is way more versatile, and way more discreet than an overpriced key holder.
UPDATE Feb 20,2013: More and more rust. Yes,I live in Washington. Yes, It is winter and they use corrosive deicer. Yes, I use rust inhibitors and I still get rust and it gets harder to remove. It really is a chincy lock so three stars now for it's ok...
Default combo is 0-0-0-1. Once it is unlocked you simply twist the collar counter clockwise one position. You can then pull off each number wheel. To set your combo simply put each number wheel back with the digit you wanted instead of the 0-0-0-1 default. Once reassembled turn collar clockwise one click and verify your combo still works.
I added the instructions into the product images in case you ever have to reset the combo again. If you forget your combo you might be screwed so be sure to make it match something you'll remember (car radio code, last 4 digits of your phone number, etc.).
I greased my lock inside and outside to help prevent future corrosion. The lock comes with a cool black rubber jacket to keep the tumblers clean and dry, but the high pressure car wash places I goto usually manage to get water inside so I'm using it without it.
This hitch receiver lock will prevent most folks from walking off with your ball hitch, fancy cap cover or in my case a tail and brake light to help avoid rear end collisions (Bully CR-007A Tail and Brake Light).Bully CR-007A Tail and Brake Light
1) I might have installed it improperly (put it in and forgot to rotate the lock combinations) but I don't think that's the case, since I would have had to rotate them in line to install the plastic boot, and I pretty clearly remember installing the boot.
2) The extreme weight of the ramp sheared the pin in two (I really can't see that happening, as it should have been designed for shear stress between the receiver and hitch). And there was no sign of fatigue on the ramp/trailer hole to indicate shear stress.
3) The Bend in the pin wasn't sufficient and it worked its way out (I doubt it, but I'm throwing it in).
4) The one that I'm voting for -- The trailer hit a bump and the ramp vibrated perpendicular to the plane of the ramp. There was axial tension between the bent pin and the locking mechanism. That was enough to give that tiny 1/16" connection between the thick bent pin and the key a reason for the key to remove itself from the pin body and send the locking mechanism on down the road. After that, the bent pin found its way loose on the next bump, and that left the ramp unsecured and free to fall.Read more ›
The combination on this lock is very easy to set. Like any lock, these locks keep honest people honest. Someone that wanted to could probably pick it fairly quickly or with a cordless grinder could just cut through the lock rings in just a few seconds.
Still, it's better than a regular hitch pin and I am glad I bought it.
One thing...I had to grind a little off of one to make it fit on the hitch on my 1 ton truck. It is a class 5 hitch with a 2 1/2 inch receiver. Also the pin needed to be a little longer. On this hitch the pin needed to be longer to work as designed. However it was long enough to use 3 of the 4 lock rings so that was good enough for me.
On the 2" receiver it worked without modification
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the best hitch I have seen. I had one before, lost it by taking it off and leaving it on the bumper. Its demise was all my fault. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jon
Steer Clear! After reading the instructions on changing the lock code, I successfully made the change; checked it a couple of times, but I was worried cause it was pretty finicky. Read morePublished 3 months ago by pwizzy
I have been looking for a keyless pin for a long time. This one works great. No key and a personalized code can be set.Published 4 months ago by Chuck
I bought this item as I have a luggage rack that I attach to the back of our Honda Pilot when we go on vacation. It's well made, so I bought another as a back-up. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ryan Carey
exactly what I was needing and love it comes with a rubber cover to keep grime out of dials. I use it with my hitch hauler and it works fine. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer