BOLT Locks’ “Breakthrough One-Key Lock Technology” is a security option for protecting trailers, hitches, boats, ladders, kayaks and more, all while reducing key clutter on a keychain.
BOLT Locks use specially crafted tumblers to memorize a vehicle’s ignition key the first time it is inserted into the lock. One complete turn of the key moves the tumblers to fit that one specific key, resulting in a uniquely programmed lock. The days of having to use different keys for each lock are gone.
“BOLT Locks are truly unique in that they are an incredibly useful solution to reducing key clutter because just the ignition key is used for any BOLT lock. The convenient security that BOLT offers is unparalleled. Anyone that tows will find our One-Key Lock Technology both innovative and practical,” said Jason Buckles, Sales Account Manager for BOLT Lock.
The stainless steel pin of the Coupler Pin Lock fits couplers from 1/2-inch to 3 3/8-inches in 1/8-inch increments, providing a snug fit.
BOLT’s coupler pin lock secures the locking lever from any movement and serves dual purposes: locking a trailer ball when hitched to a vehicle or making the coupler unusable when off of the vehicle. When the trailer is not hitched to a vehicle, the coupler pin lock secures the locking lever so that it cannot be moved in order for a new vehicle to attach a ball mount to the trailer.
The BOLT Receiver Lock is the other dual purpose lock for towing. Designed to lock the ball mount receiver onto the hitch of the vehicle, the Receiver Lock comes in two sizes: 1/2-inch and 5/8-inches. BOLT Locks’ 1/2-inch Receiver Lock fits Class 1 and 2 hitches while the 5/8-inch Receiver Lock fits Class 3, 4 and 5 hitches.
The receiver locks work by locking the ball mount to the receiver. When the ball mount is attached to the receiver hitch of the vehicle, the receiver lock is inserted and locked into place. This specific lock can be used whether or not a trailer is hitched to the vehicle. The receiver lock prevents the ball mount from being stolen off of the vehicle as well as preventing the trailer itself being stolen with the ball mount receiver.
For more information, visit www.boltlock.com