|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 7.6 x 9.6 inches|
|Item model number||T665LY|
|Manufacturer Part Number||T665LY|
|ABPA Partslink Number||13|
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Trimax T665LY Hardened Metal Disc Lock - Yellow 10mm Pin (Long Throat) with Pouch & Reminder Cable
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- Rugged disc locks are hardened to resist cutting, sawing and chisel attacks
- High security anti-drill lock core
- Easy to Use push button lock
- Includes carrying pouch and reminder cable
- 10mm pin (long throat)
- 10 mm pin (long throat)
- Rugged disc lock is hardened to resist cutting, sawing and chisel attacks
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Legal DisclaimerThis product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
The T665LY is a hardened metal disc lock with a 10mm pin. The hardened metal resists cutting, sawing and Chisel attacks. It is Yellow and offers a high security, anti-drill lock core. Provides an additional layer of protection for your motorcycle. Comes with a carrying pouch and reminder cable that ensures you do not try to drive off with the lock still in place.
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I could not unlock it on Sunday, and spent 5 hours for a roadside assistance from AMA. They've sent me two towing services both of which said they cannot load a bike with a stuck front wheel. So I finally went home and chopped the dumb lock off with a disc grinder. I was lucky to park my motorbike in a public parking with an AC conduit nearby. Hardened metal? Haha, the yellow painted part was so soft like a chunk of wood to cut.It did not take 2minutes to cut, except the last bit that I took extreme caution not to damage the brake disc.
I repete, DO NOT BUY THIS. You may end up in a misreable situation like mine.
I am reducing one star due to the quality of the locking mechanism. You would often encounter a situation where the key would just not fit properly in to the groves of the lock that making it a pain to open. This does not happen all the time but does very often.
I had the same problem with the 5mm lock and my friend runs into this issue all the time.
The most importing thing to remember is this does not prevent someone from stealing a motorcycle. It just delays the thief while he breaks it open.
The Trimax disc lock is heavy and thick. The keys to it must be generic/popular because it has the same type of key as the cable I got from a different company. Although, the cuts of the keys are different. Also, the tumblers in the keyhole can get a little stuck, but some WD40 seems to have helped solve that problem (which is also why I took off one star for the review). Another small fail was that the key with the light stopped working on the first day. On the other hand, the reminder cable is a nice addition. Although, I don't see it as a reminder for me but instead as a deterrent for potential thieves. The yellow lock and orange cable stand out really well for all to see. Also, I don't see much use for the pouch but maybe I'll use it at some point.
Overall, I'm very satisfied with the Trimax lock. I hope it continues to meet my standards.
Some complaints from other users about the lock sticking. It's been through three heavy rains and still looks new. Does not stick. If it does, a tad of heavy grease on the outside barrel that pops out when unlocked should cure it. If you close the flap properly, it'll lock closed without actually actuating the lock, allowing you to flip the flap open and install it on the bike without the key, which is very nice.
Overall, great bang for the buck and gives me peace of mind when I park outside my girlfriends house overnight. Oh yeah and the safety lanyard is plenty long enough to reach your throttle and doubles as visual deterrents to bike thieves.
* I would like to see Trimax figure out a better locking (cylinder system).