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Trimax Cable Lock w/ Alarm - 6' Long x 1" Diameter

Trimax Cable Lock w/ Alarm - 6' Long x 1" Diameter

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Alarm "screams" as loud as a car horn to scare thieves and alert you to tampering. Flexible braided steel cable resists cutting and has an anti-scratch rubber coating. 1-800-940-8924 to order Trimax Locks cable locks part number TMX58FR or order online at Free expert support on all Trimax Locks products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Trimax Cable Lock w/ Alarm - 6' Long x 1" Diameter. Cable Locks reviews from real customers.
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Trimax Locks Cable Locks - TMX58FR

  • 6 Feet Long
  • Bike Lock
  • Roof Rack Lock
  • Utility Lock
  • Trimax Locks
  • Keyed Unique
  • Steel

Alarm "screams" as loud as a car horn to scare thieves and alert you to tampering. Flexible braided steel cable resists cutting and has an anti-scratch rubber coating.


  • Cable lock lets you quickly secure your motorcycle, bicycle, construction equipment, ATV, or other valuable
  • Loud alarm sounds about the same as a blaring car horn from 3' away
    • Scares off potential thieves and alerts you to tampering
    • Can be used without alarm if you're worried about the noise
    • 2 Lithium batteries included
  • Cut-resistant, flexible cable is made of braided steel
  • Rubber coating keeps the cable from scratching your gear and protects it from rusting
  • Built-in keyhole cover keeps dirt and moisture out of lock cylinder
  • 3 Keys included
    • 1 Key has a built-in light to help you find the keyhole in the dark


  • Cable length: 6'
  • Cable diameter: 1" (25 mm)
  • Alarm intensity: 110 decibels
  • 1-Year warranty

This alarmed locking cable will deter most thieves looking to make a quick snag. We were all a little jumpy while getting to know this product because the alarm is, well, alarming! The sound in our review video doesn't do the Scream'n Demon alarm justice, but at 110 decibels, it's about the equivalent of standing 3' away from a sounding car horn. It's loud enough that we wore earplugs while working with it!

Setting and Deactivating the Scream'n Demon Alarm

Set the Scream'n Demon alarm

When you're ready to lock this cable lock, be sure to insert the key first. The key has to be in the cylinder when you pop in the locking pin.

Set the Scream'n Demon alarm

If you want to set the Scream'n Demon alarm when you're locking down your gear, push the alarm button before you insert the locking pin. The alarm will beep twice to let you know it's armed and active, and you will then have 22 seconds to insert the cable's pin and remove the key.

Once the lock is armed and 22 seconds have passed, the alarm will go into guard mode. If the cable gets bumped, you'll hear a warning beep. If it's bumped or moved again within 20 seconds, the alarm will sound for 15 seconds before going back into a waiting state.

You can also use this cable lock without the alarm - just insert the pin and remove the key without pressing the alarm button.

TAL2572 Trimax Locks Screamin' Demon Alarm Lock and Quadra-Braid Cable - 25-mm Cable - 72" Long

Installation Details TMX58FR Installation instructions

Video of Trimax Cable Lock w/ Alarm - 6' Long x 1" Diameter

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Trimax Alarmed Locking Cable Review

Sometimes a cable just doesn't cut it. But this is the Trimax cable lock alarm. Not only is it give you a really thick cable but it'll also give you an alarm to scare off anybody who's trying to steal your stuff. They say it's 72 inches so we triple check for you from the very, very end of the cable all the way to where the sound's gonna come out. It is 72 inches. For your motorcycles, I think the best way to do it is to go through your wheel and also just to kind of tie it through as many parts that are nice and rigid on the frame as possible.

So I'm gonna go through this wheel like this, grab it on the other side. We're gonna put it up and through here. And now what we want to do is we have this little sleeve here. We want it to make sure it's nice and down like this. And then notice right when I put this in watch the key.

Key twists like that. So then once we do that, we can lock it like this, pull our keys out and then press the switch. You're gonna hear a lower tone beep for that. So now if someone messes with it, you're gonna have a little high pitch beep and you're gonna hopefully scare 'em off. You can grab it again.

And if you're really, really messing with it, you'll get another one. And then the last one is gonna be very easy to set off. And it's gonna do this for 15 seconds. It's very loud, about a hundred decibels. If that didn't scare 'em away, it they touch it again, it's gonna do the same exact thing for 15 seconds.

Probably woke up the neighbors, but whatever. So if this does happen to you and it goes off for the long time like this, this is how you turn it off. We have it going off. We're gonna take our keys. We're gonna insert it in like this. We're gonna unlock it and it's gonna go like this. And if it keeps going off, you wanna make sure that this button pops out. That's the whole goal. If that stays in, it's gonna continue to do it even when you store it. So this button's very important when it's unlocked. You definitely wanna have that pop out. And you can notice that it is popped out when this key stays pretty much vertical with our little window here. So when we insert this in, press this button, once it's locked, sometimes it's a little sticky. You can hear double. And then when we unlock it, that's the warning beep. But when that pops out, we are good to go. The reason why we go through the wheel, if we put it anywhere else, I think they might be able to still roll off. So with this, it's gonna stop once it hits something around here. So you're not gonna be able to roll this wheel at all. The 72 inches inches was plenty long. It is a one inch diameter tube which this outside is gonna be coated in a rubbery type plastic. So it's not gonna scratch my wheels but the inside is a steel braided cable. So it's gonna protect itself from all the elements. And also with the thing up here, a lot of you we're wondering if it's gonna be waterproof. It is gonna have all the little ports all covered up. And especially this little piece on the back. One thing about this is, it will pop out every once in a while. So just be very careful with it, 'cause you can misplace it pretty quickly. This is where the batteries are. With that cover on there, it's gonna be water resistant. Now that we took care of our motorcycle, there's a couple of other things we want to do. One, I'm gonna take it on to my generator. On the back of my vehicle, it's on a cargo carrier. Gonna see a couple of bumps and stuff. We're gonna go down this gravel road, which is kind of an extreme case. A lot of you are wondering if it's going to go off whenever you're driving. So we're gonna go test it out for you. I have the cable set and we're gonna see if it's gonna go off on the bumpy gravel road. I don't know if you can hear that. Didn't even move a couple feet and it already went off. So there's your answer. I'm not even moving it went off. Just the rumble of the car was setting it off, shutting the doors was setting it off. It's definitely not gonna be for road use. I, yeah, even if I just went over here to pop my hood. Yeah, it's very sensitive. So just put it on once you get to the site and you're not gonna be moving. Honestly, another question you guys we're asking is, if people just get up in the night and start walking around, I feel like it's going to set it off. I'm not even doing anything. So probably something you want to veer away from. If you're going to be sleeping, and you wanna lock everything up, that's connected to your camper. Or just take your generator and put it to the side of your camper. So if you do move around at night, it won't go off. It can also be used for your ATVs and your side by sides. So the way I would do this is, since we don't really have any holes through our wheels or anything, I would definitely find a way to loop it around our steering wheel to where they can't really turn it. So I think that is gonna be the best way to do it. So you just find a nice solid place, maybe kind of cover where they're gonna be sitting if they're driving it. Probably right around here. This is what I would do. Me and my friends would probably put it right here, just because good luck driving it like this, let alone turning. So there's a lot of different applications for it but this is how I would do it. Or you hard working construction people out there, you do want to lock up your equipment. Especially if they stay on the site overnight. I have seen many tools go missing. I've seen many equipment get stolen. So if it's a skid loader like this, if it's a a tractor or something, if you're a farmer, I would definitely just maybe put this down all the way, loop it around through all these chains and then lock it up. So I think that's the best thing for this. If you are going to put it around your generator and it is gonna be running, after our experience down there with the vehicle running, it's definitely gonna go off with the generator running. So definitely disengage it if you plan on doing that. For you city folk out there, if you want to stop and go and get some food, you guys you gotta find a place to tie this down to. So I'll just loop it around like a park bench. I don't think anybody's gonna steal that. So then you can loop it through. Since we have so much room to work with, we can loop it all the way around. Probably even loop it more through our frame. But this is gonna be great for this. But also if you do have a bike rack that doesn't come with a locking feature, you can go ahead and use this and it's gonna be better than any other locking cable that comes with a bike rack because of the alarm. There's a lot of different things we can do with the Trimax cable lock. The alarm really sets it apart from a lot of the others. But another thing, this is the thickest cable I've seen run through etrailer. so it has that going for it as well. And that'll do it for a look at the Trimax alarmed cable lock..

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Trimax Cable Lock w/ Alarm - 6' Long x 1" Diameter - TMX58FR

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (2 Customer Reviews)

Alarm "screams" as loud as a car horn to scare thieves and alert you to tampering. Flexible braided steel cable resists cutting and has an anti-scratch rubber coating.


Excellent service as always. Cable arrived timely and in great condition. Exactly as advertised. Loved the tracking feature for delivery. Will definitely be a repeat customer!




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