DeadBolt King Pin Lock

Catalog Item # 49067

Safeguard your 5th wheel with a heavy-duty, one-piece collar that locks in place with a 5/8" dia. locking pin, offering maximum security for unattended trailers.

Heavy-duty one-piece collar is made of tough T6 tempered aluminum for rugged use. Durable, textured powder coat finish with integral finger grips for easy handling. Locking pin can also double as a Class III-IV hitch lock. Fits all 5th wheel king pin couplers. Locking pin has weather cap to keep out dirt and moisture and includes two keys.

Technical Specifications

1.2 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 2 reviews (5 Based on 2 Reviews)

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Lock up the king pin

by Gerry W – March 17, 2012
5 out of 5 stars

Light weight and easy to use

Dead Bolt King Pin Lock

by Paul Grenier – February 24, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

Perfect solution for anyone with a 5th wheel. Easy to store, lightweight and simple to use...priceless.

by Anonymous – July 22, 2015
Will this work with a kingpin stabilizer tripod?
Unfortunately no since the king pin sits fully in the cup of tripod stabilizers. Some tripod stabilizers have some form of locking system available like models from Ultra-Fab which includes a padlock to lock the stabilizers.
by Camping World – July 28, 2015
by newtotowing – June 01, 2015
I just got a trailer rv and the guy told me that I don't need the pin that holds the lock down on the coupler. But everyone else I have talked to say they would never tow a vehicle without a pin to keep the coupler from coming open on the road. Im a little confused about this. This is not a 5ht Wheel just a ball and coupler.
If you are referring to a standard ball coupler on a trailer, unless the state of your residence has an ordinance for required use of a lock/pin in the coupler, the sales rep is technically correct. Most if not all states have towing regulations that require safety chains and breakaway systems in the event a trailer detaches but no mention of couplers. Odds of a coupler working loose is low, but having a pin or lock like item# 20486 is a personal safety preference on the road and will also help deter theft. A small investment of a pin or lock for your coupler can avoid casualties on the road, but also protect your own investment in to your RV from damage and theft.
by Camping World – October 20, 2015

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