Trimax™ TMC10 Multi-Use Coupler Trigger and Door Latch Lock

   

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  • Works on all standard, narrow couplers with up to 3/4" span
  • 1/4 turn of key to lock and unlock
  • Round key - won't break or bend like flat keys
  • Weather-proof cap seal out dirt, grime and corrosion
This Trimax Multi-Use Lock is the ideal trailer coupler lock for maximum security under all conditions. It's also the ideal anti-theft device for trailer doors and cargo boxes. The easy-turn locking mechanism has an internal o-ring in the lock body and a weather proof cap to help seal out grime and corrosion. Trimax's TMC10 also includes a high-quality steel shackle, a protective rubber bumper to prevent rattling and abrasion while towing, and a high-security tubular key core with round keys that won't bend or break like flat keys. It also includes Trimax's unconditional lifetime warranty.
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by would be a 5 but.... This is a very nice lock for the $ the only reason i did not give it a 5 is that it is a little aggrivating to get the key in. You have to use the key to slide the weather guard over and push the key in at the same time. It looks like the guard has a bevel on it so that it will slide over upon key insertion but it is stiff. It will probably work loose in time. November 23, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product! Good compact design, and easy to use. Keeps my mind at ease with its sturdy feel. April 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works As Advertised I've had no issues from this lock whatsoever. It locks and unlocks flawlessly. As with any lock that sits out in the elements, I just apply a little bit of synthetic grease designed for locks and it operates smoothly. December 6, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor quality lock I purchased this lock, which was a little more than most others price wise, expecting to get a better product. However, I did not. The first week I had the lock on my boat I ran into a problem. The second time I tried to go unlock it to hook up and the metal covering on the inside was siezed up and would not allow me to insert the key. I had to punch it out with a punch/hammer, which took about 30 minutes. Once I pulled that inner cover out it works descent, but I wouldn't recommend it. December 27, 2008
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