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Hitch Pin 5/8" CL3/4
Item No. 15586
Hitch Pin 5/8" CL3/4 is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Hitch Pin 5/8" CL3/4
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Hitch Pin 5/8" CL3/4

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Item No. 15586
$16.62 $20.99
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5/8" Dia. Pin for Class 3 and 4 Hitches.

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  • Chrome Plated Steel
  • Protects Trailer and Towing Equipment
  • Protective Equipment
  • 2 keys
Unit Weight 1.00 lb
Brand Prime Products
MFG Part No. 18-2058
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lock works well, but hitchpin rusts in time. The lock works well I particularly like the soft plastic cover that protects it from the weather... The lock tumbler is of average security, with a standard type key similar to a cabinet lock that is reproducable at most key duplication counters. Take note that hitchpins come in two diameters... 1/2 inch and 5/8 inch. Be sure to get the correct size. Some locks come with a sleve to convert from a 1/2 inch shank to 5/8". I believe this lock does not have an adapter and must be ordered by size. I use this to secure a 20K pound capacity 5th wheel hitch and have no serious problems towing my 8K pound trailer. The down side items are as follows 1. The hitch pin is about 1/2" shorter than the standard pins in my hitch, which will often cause the pin to wedge into a position such that the pin (not the lock) has to be released using a pry tool. 2. The chrome on the hitch pin does not stand up well to the weather. I am beginning to see some pitting and rust after about two years of use.
Date published: 2006-04-17
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