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Review of the Flush Design Trailer Hitch Receiver Lock

Colin: Hi, everyone. It's Colin here at etrailer. Today we're going to take a little bit of time and show you guys this trailer hitch receiver lock from etrailer, and this has been designed to fit any two-inch by two-inch hitch receiver. You're going to be able to lock up any accessories you have in your hitch, whether you got a ball mount like they have right here, maybe you've got a bike rack or even a cargo carrier. Just always good to have a safety net to make sure you keep those accessories secure.This is going to be a direct replacement for your standard five-eighths pin and it's also going to have a flush mount design. So right now, even though we still have a little bit of space right there, there's virtually no room to reach anything in there to pry the lock out.

We're going to have the patented pick free block system on the screw, so once we insert our key, what we have to do is turn it counterclockwise until the lock is off of the threads. So if you need to replace your ball mount or you put a cargo carrier in there, you just take that off, then the pin comes out. The twisting action we have to do to get our lock to secure, it's going to ensure that no one can just pick it and get it to pop right off.Another trick, you can hold the key and just spin the pin itself and there's a little bit faster than trying to just turn the key over and over and we'll just take that off. We also have a weatherproofed dust cap that covers up our cylinder. It's going to make sure that it avoids rust and corrosion and also keep out dirt and debris.

And when you have your accessory mounted in your hitch and the pin holes lined up, just go ahead and get your pin in there. We'll take our lock and just start threading it on. We're just going to keep turning it until it's flush against our hitch. Now like that, we'll just remove it, put that cap on. Then you're going to be good to go.

Well, I hope this information helped you guys out, but that's going to do it for our look at the trailer hitch receiver lock from etrailer.

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