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GanderLock Ultimate Gooseneck Trailer Lock

GanderLock, when you’re serious about Protecting your Trailer and Tack.

Gooseneck Trailer Lock

It’s a recession, theft is up, are you an easy target? Protect your trailer as well as your expensive saddles, bridles, tools and flat screen TV. Goosenecks are different from bumper pulls, if you just lock the coupler, the thief’s loosen the set bolts, slide out your adjustable coupler from your gooseneck and put their own back in and away goes your investment. You need a gooseneck trailer lock for the gooseneck tube.If you lock the coupler and lock the set bolts or set bolt and thru pin, then you have 3 keys for three locks. Another problem is the locks are on the outside. So the bad guys can beat on the locks with hammers, use cordless reciprocating saws and crowbars. It’s the old bear story where if you and your buddy are being chased by a bear, you don’t have to outrun the bear, just your buddy running next to you. If you have a good lock system on your trailer, the bad guys or gals will move on looking for the easy target. GanderLock Ultimate Gooseneck Trailer Lock.

As reviewed on RFD TV

To the rescue comes GanderLock, just slide out the gooseneck coupler sleeve and slide in GanderLock. GanderLock locks the tube from the inside preventing your trailer from being used or misused by the bad guys. I haven’t seen anything like it. Couple minutes is all it takes to drop the coupler and insert GanderLock.

Lock your Trailer not the Coupler

Trailer theft doesn’t usually take place when you’re still hooked to the truck. So you’ll only need to use GanderLock when the trailer is setting. Which most trailers set still for months. Criminals case your leaving home habits looking for an easy target. Think about what happens when your trailer gets stolen, arguing with insurance companies, banks and the police. Can you remember what all you had in the trailer, saddles, bridles, TV’s, did you just buy new tires? I’ve been lucky not to many things stolen, but when it happens it makes you sick.                                            www.GanderLock.com

Thru pins on newer trailers are a good idea. Your trailer can’t drop unexpectedly that way going down the road and land on your jack or worse. I’ve had that happen a couple of times. If you have an older trailer that doesn’t have a thru pin in the gooseneck tube, GanderLock comes with a template for drilling holes for a thru pin.

Taking the coupler tube out is fast and not hard, just loosen the set bolt or bolts and pull out the thru pin. Drop the tube, insert GanderLock and twist opening the bolts, push in lock and turn key.

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In this economy trailer theft is up, you’d be surprised how fast a stolen trailer becomes a “homemade trailer” and re-titled in another state. Thief’s are like coyotes, they adapt fast and look for easy targets. Don’t be the easy target. I have 3 trailers in my back yard plus the new trailers I review and they all have locks.  Buy now…

It’s getting common, someone telling me their trailer was stolen while parked at a sale barn, a fair grounds equine event or even at home near the road. The horse and trailer websites are posting the latest missing trailers. Desperate times increases the population of desperate criminals and trailers are an easy target. No system will totally prevent theft, but the devices that make stealing your trailer a long drawn out process, should discourage the bad guys, sending them to look for easier targets.

GanderLock fits inside your 4 inch gooseneck stem, just twist the handle and pegs come out where the thru pin goes. Now the lock is inside the gooseneck main tube where thief’s can’t access it.Picture right is the adjustable coupler tube that drops out of your gooseneck then GanderLock slides up in the main tube and locks. The man who invented GanderLock had two trailers stolen, his loss is our gain with a well made lock, Made in America.  Buy now…

Unprotected…..

Just loosen the set bolts

Pull the thru pin

Drop out the coupler

Insert GanderLock If you have an older trailer without a thru pin, GanderLock comes with a template to drill your own thru bolts which secures your tube in general How do you break into that? This is the view thieves don’t get to see

Solid end goes up the tube

Twist handle on bottom

Secure lock

Twist the pegs out

 

www.GanderLock.com

ph. 972-741-1779

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