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Review of Bauer Products Trailer Door Latch - Horse Trailer Locking Cam Latch - BA32FR

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Bauer Products Trailer Door Latch - Horse Trailer Locking Cam Latch - BA32FR Review

Hi there. I'm Michael with Today, we're gonna take a quick look at this Locking Cam Latch. This is going to secure the handle of your horse trailer's camp action door latch. This will replace your standard hasp and padlock assembly on your enclosed trailers with a bar style handle. This is also comparable to the Fastec 65004, and Global Link 65612 vise lock, so if you are needing to replace either of those models, this will work in their place.

This is going to be a lot more secure than your standard hasp and padlock. The spring-loaded lever automatically latches. When the drop handle is put in place. And so it's going to be very secure because you cannot easily unbolt from the trailer like you would with a hasp, nor can you cut it like a padlock So, it is gonna be very secure for you, making sure that all of your tack and gear in your horse trailer is gonna be safe. This does have a die cast, aluminum construction, with a black powder coat, that's going to help resist rust and corrosion.

You are gonna get the two keys that will lock this in place, so that no one can come in and open it up. Very easily. Turn that like so, it will lock it, so that it will stay closed. Then give it a quarter turn, it will open back up. So if you are wanting to replace your standard hasp and padlock, or if you are needing to replace either of those vise locks that I mentioned earlier, this is gonna be a great option to help keep your horse trailers secure.

That's gonna complete our look for today. Again, I'm Michael with, Thanks for watching..

Questions and Comments about this Video

Ron M.

how do you remove an exiting Bauer BA32FR? i need to replace a broken one and removed the top 2 screws, but it remains secured to the trailer on the bottom.

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Reply from David B.

I went out to actually get my hands on this thing and try and figure out what is going on with it... It only has two bolt hole locations and two slots on the bottom that could possibly be used to help secure it to a door. It may be as simple as being stuck with corrosion or maybe someone put some kind of adhesive or epoxy on it. If mounted properly it would only need the two screws to be removed to take it off.

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