Hitch & Trailer Locks

Things attached to your receiver hitch are not supposed to disappear when you leave your vehicle. But sometimes they do and that is why it is important to equip yourself with the Heininger Hitch Lock to ensure your decorative hitch cover, bike rack, luggage platform or whatever are still there when you come back to your vehicle.

 

Be sure whatever you attach to your receiver hitch is still there in the morning or after you return from your hike or even while refreshing supplies at the store. Theft is great way to ruin a good outing. Don't let it happen to you.

Things attached to your receiver hitch are not supposed to disappear when you leave your vehicle. But sometimes they do and that is why it is important to equip yourself with the Heininger Hitch Lock to ensure your decorative hitch cover, bike rack, luggage platform or whatever are still there when you come back to your vehicle.

 

Be sure whatever you attach to your receiver hitch is still there in the morning or after you return from your hike or even while refreshing supplies at the store. Theft is great way to ruin a good outing. Don't let it happen to you.

 

MSRP: $29.95

ITEM # 6011-6027

Advantage SportsRack Hitch Lock for 2" Receiver
Advantage SportsRack Hitch Lock for 1.25" Receiver
HitchMate Receiver Hitch Lock- 2-1/2” receiver; 3” span
HitchMate Spare Tire Lock

Care & Service

 

Every HitchMate lock is ruggedly built for long life and trouble-free service.  With minimal care, your HitchMate lock will provide security and smooth operation for many years to come.

Here are a few tips that will help you keep your locks working efficiently:

Over time, dust, particles, and chemicals in the air settle on and in the lock.  They can then create friction inside the precision locking and keying components and impede the performance of the lock.

  • Regular cleaning and lubrication every 3-6 months is recommended to keep your locks operating like new.  Locks used in extremely dusty or corrosive environments should be cleaned and lubricated every three months.  Regular lubrication will also help minimize freezing in cold weather environments. 

  1. To clean the lock, use pressurized air to blow all dust out of the keyway and pin openings

  2. For optimal performance, lubricate your lock with light oil such as WD-40

  3. Lubricate both the keyway and the pin

  4. Apply lubricant sparingly.  A very light spray (aerosol) or a few drops (pen oiler) is all that is needed

  5. Allow lubricant to drain deep into the lock.  Tapping the lock on a table will distribute the lubricant inside the lock and loosen frozen or sticking parts

  6. After application, insert the key and open and close the lock several times to distribute the lubricant.  Wipe excess lubricant off the lock, pin and key.  Let the lock air dry.  Once dry, the lock is ready to be put back into use.

  7. NEVER use dry graphite, or a silicone lubricant.  Graphite is often applied in excess, which interferes with part movement.

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