- Product Dimensions: 11 x 9 x 3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- ASIN: B0000ATZD5
- Item model number: ST-30
Price : $11.10
You Save : $5.30 (32%)
Trimax ST30 The only spare tire lock that secures both spare tire tire bracket to welded frame member! Locks via wheel lug nut hole for maximum security. Excellent for securing to Jeeps, truck spare tires and vans. No internal springs to seize up or break. Triple plated chrom finish. Hardened steel. Knurling on lock head adds style and grip and is machined from 100% solid forged steel. Stainless steel internal components. TRIMAX makes the world's toughest locks. Via worth added engineering style, TRIMAX is committed to item innovation that holds up to the highest good quality standards. TRIMAX delivers maximum security for marine, trailer and tow, RV, performance truck, power sports and bicycle applications. Tested. Tough. TRIMAX. TRIMAX gives a lifetime warranty on all of their merchandise.
- Big 12 mm braided steel cable
- O-ring keeps water, grime and dirt out of locking mechanism to assure years of use
- Protective rubber cap protects keyhole from water, grime and dirt
- Kind A key which is a spring loaded, 7 pin, high security important. Resists attempted drill outs. Rugged and durable, the important will not bend or break.
- Knurling on lock head adds style and grip and is machined from 100% solid forged steel
If you live in Chicago and drive an SUV, you need a spare tire lock. I doubt this cable lock will prevent someone from stealing my tire for the second time if they REALLY want to steal it, but hopefully it will deter them enough to steal someone else's tire.
The cable is long enough to secure the spare tire in my 2003 Toyota 4-Runner which is mounted under the truck.
I'm giving this a 4 because the rubber sheathing was slightly shorter than the cable revealing a handy place for some bolt cutters to bite into my new security system.
I'll keep my fingers crossed that the lock works years from now and that no one steals my tire in the process.
The Wrangler spare is held on by three lug nuts, the other holes are covered from the inside by the mount so you can't get this cable thru any of them. The only way is to drill a hole thru one of the other two holes and thru the mount. This takes the simplicity out of using this cable lock, obviously. But if you're willing to do this, it just takes a few extra minutes and then the lock works great on it. I'll probably also add a locking lug nut to mine for added theft deterrence. A cable lock isn't foolproof but it gives you another level and at this price why not?