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Old 06 June 2009, 18:11   #1
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best 8inch wheel clamp

any ideas on an 8 inch wheel clamp ? also a hitch lock for an sbs trailer nothing sem to fit because the box section drops lower than the hitch preventing the milenco one i bought from closing
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Old 07 June 2009, 08:32   #2
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heres a picy of the hitch and box section anyone managed to find a hitch lock that accomadates this.
also found 2 8inch wheel clamps any thoughts on these or is there a better one the ones i found are a bulldog trail TC100 or Stronghold 8"-10" Wheelclamp

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Would this not do it?
http://www.westerntowing.co.uk/acata...ing_Locks.html
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thanks jsp do you use this yourself? ,i would ideally of like one that would secure the trailer to the car but this is probably the next best thing along with a wheel clamp also seen trailer cop attach photo below what a pose the greater challenge deterent
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I don't use one myself, mine has the lock inside the hitch (which aren't much use)
Have you looked at the SAS box type? Or will that type not fit?
Best wheel clamp going are the SAS ones
http://www.sasproducts.com/
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any ideas on an 8 inch wheel clamp ? also a hitch lock for an sbs trailer nothing sem to fit because the box section drops lower than the hitch preventing the milenco one i bought from closing
Is this any good, not quite sure of size for you?
http://rib.net/forum/showthread.php?t=28028
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That's a good lock Ian, I'd buy it off you but it wont work with the bearing savers.
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I always use a very hefty motorbike locking chain. Pass it through the tow hitch on the Land Rover or around a lamp post or whatever else is handy.
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