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LVOURWE

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Traveler III

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Mesa, AZ, USA
First Name
Harold
Last Name
Fisher
Member #

40935

We have a trailer that we just purchased and looking for security options for offroad trailers. Everything I've come across seems to be for none offeoad trailers. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
The picture shows the hitch thats on it.

Thanks you
 

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FishinCrzy

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South Carolina, USA
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Rob
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Duncan
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We have a trailer that we just purchased and looking for security options for offroad trailers. Everything I've come across seems to be for none offeoad trailers. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
The picture shows the hitch thats on it.

Thanks you
Just take the tires off. That would slow them down some. They tell me locking the hitch isn't very effective for a determined thief, They can just use the safety chains or other chain to tow it a ways. I use a tire boot thingy like dis:

I would maybe go for the more expensive ones if the lock is better. I have some that actually cover the wheel lugs so the can't just use your spare tire. My favorite is a well-hidden claymore. But, it's messy and wakes the neighbors.
 

LVOURWE

Rank II
Member
Adventure

Traveler III

327
Mesa, AZ, USA
First Name
Harold
Last Name
Fisher
Member #

40935

We have a trailer that we just purchased and looking for security options for offroad trailers. Everything I've come across seems to be for none offeoad trailers. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
The picture shows the hitch thats on it.

Thanks you
Just take the tires off. That would slow them down some. They tell me locking the hitch isn't very effective for a determined thief, They can just use the safety chains or other chain to tow it a ways. I use a tire boot thingy like dis:

I would maybe go for the more expensive ones if the lock is better. I have some that actually cover the wheel lugs so the can't just use your spare tire. My favorite is a well-hidden claymore. But, it's messy and wakes the neighbors.
Thank you very much