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Old 24 June 2007, 09:47   #21
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think your missing the part number of the hitch, mine says something something 2750, if your unsure, ring up Bulldog, they were very helpful, im not sure if its the same hitch as mine, as mine is a smaller trailer, RB249 or something like that,or website, www.bulldogsecure.com
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Old 24 June 2007, 10:16   #22
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I have these numbers I've just found.

GA 2750
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5300
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and

D 5050
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Old 24 June 2007, 11:57   #23
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I allso don;t think that SAS make the Bulldog clamp That's much better takes at least two minutes and needs 4*4
You right, I meant the Bulldog Euroclamp:

http://www.bulldogsecure.com/shopdata/files/28-74.pdf

You must have locking wheelnuts with it though.
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Old 02 July 2007, 08:10   #24
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I've just thought that if i'm out on the ocean waves, the car and the trailer are in a carpark wherever this maybe - what's the best for security so they're there when i get back?? I was looking at the SAS Products?
Assuming you're leaving it hitched to the car, padlock it to the tow hitch iwht a piece of chain to the hitch security eye or possibly even with the trailer security chain if your trailer has one. cheap, discreet, effective and won't wreck anything if you forget to remove it!
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Old 02 July 2007, 08:44   #25
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If you can leave it locked to the vehicle then that's prob the best way forward. The easiest way to remove a wheel clamp it to drive off with it on. i had a jet ski stolen once, they just hitched it up and drove off. The wheel clamp came off a bit further off down the road
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