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Recommended Hitch Locks That Can Be Keyed Alike

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Hello, I am looking for keyed alike hitch locks... 2 each 5/8inch and 1 each 3/4... preferably stainless steel and as weather tight as possible... rated to at least 10,000#. Do you have such a product? Thanks,

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For the 5/8 inch diameter hitch pin holes I recommend the DeadBolt Trailer Hitch Receiver Lock # 40107. These stainless steel hitch locks feature a patented pick-proof screw-and-lock security and all weather grips for improved handling. Once on the product page, simply select "Keyed Alike" on the drop-down menu and both locks you are needing will use the same key.

We do not have any hitch locks available that have a 3/4 inch diameter. If you are needing one for 1-1/4 inch receivers as well that feature a 1/2 inch diameter pin hole, you can use the DeadBolt # RH2-XL. If you also select the "Keyed Alike" option for this lock and order all your locks at the same time, they will all be keyed alike to each other.

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Sorry... I should have been more specific. I have the Pro Series Tri Ball hitch mount and it uses a 5/8 pin at the receiver, a 3/4 pin to adjust the height of the ball assembly, and another 5/8 pin where the ball assembly pivots. etrailer carries this hitch assembly at: 63070 What Im looking for is like the Draw-Tite 63069. That kit has a 5/8 lock and a 3/4 lock keyed alike. Im hoping to find something like that but with 2 each of the 5/8 locks and the 3/4 lock all keyed alike.

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Thanks so much for the additional information!

The Draw-Tite Lock Set # 63069 that you mentioned is actually the exact set that works with your Pro Series Adjustable 3-Ball Mount # 63070. This includes the 3/4 inch diameter locking pin to replace the one that holds the ball mount platform in place on the shank, along with a 5/8 inch diameter lock to secure the ball mount inside the hitch. These do come keyed alike. The third pin on the Pro Series Ball Mount that is used to secure the tri-ball part to the rest of the unit is actually a bit smaller (3/8 inch) and there isn't a locking pin available for that.

I have attached a short video demonstration on the Draw-Tite Lock Set that you can also check out.

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