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Thinner Style of Hitch Pin Lock that Doesn't Use Key to Thread On and Off Pin  


Do you have to screw/unscrew the locking portion every time, to get it on/off? It appears so, from the video review, but just double checking? Do you offer one, of similar quality strength, made USA, etc. but has the cylinder that pushes on and stays when locked, and then use the key to release it no unscrewing? I have a similar one for my light duty Class II receiver, and am looking for something similar for a Class IV 2inch OEM receiver thick wall for 2012 Toyota Sequoia. I dont want a bulky square padlock looking thing. I like the small inline cylinder of this one, just dont want to screw/unscrew every time with the key. Thanks in advance.


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Installing and removing the etrailer hitch reciever lock part # e98881 does require that you use the key to screw it on and unscrew it. In this thin style of hitch lock there are mostley only options that require using the key to screw and unscrew the lock like the USA made InfiniteRule Hitch Lock part # 34061072-D.

We do have the Fastway part # FA86-00-3160 that is the style you like that doesn't require the screwing on and off but it is not made in the USA.

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