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Old 12-04-2010, 03:37 PM
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These are really cool locks. www.boltlock.com
Instead of a bunch of keys they learn your car key the first time u use them. Beats a key ring full of little keys and they have all kinds of locks

http://www.boltlock.com/shop/58-receiver-lock-ford
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Nice!
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These are really cool locks. www.boltlock.com
Instead of a bunch of keys they learn your car key the first time u use them. Beats a key ring full of little keys and they have all kinds of locks

http://www.boltlock.com/shop/58-receiver-lock-ford
So what happend when you trade your vehicle in?? buy a new one..
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Good question. Although I tend to keep cars longer than my locks last
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What if I use a screwdriver to start my truck
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The only issue I see is my truck keys would be in the ignition of the truck when I needed them to unlock the lock. That's why I just keep a key on my boat's key ring. Also I cant leave the house without the boat key that way.
If convenience is the top issue home depot sells Master combo locks that you can set yourself to any number. I would use them myself if I didn't want to make sure I didn't leave my keys at home (see a pattern here?).
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I came across this product a couple of months ago. They seem to be very popular in the store.

Have one on my truck and trailer. Love 'em.

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Where's the trailer lock you're referring to? All I see is the hitch lock...
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Where's the trailer lock you're referring to? All I see is the hitch lock...
I guess I used the word "trailer lock" a little loosely. It's actually a paddle lock that can be used as a tongue lock on a trailer depending on your tongue set up.

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What if I use a screwdriver to start my truck
FUNNY!
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