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The Club Twin Hooks Vehicle Lock Review

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Review of the The Club Twin Hooks Vehicle Lock

Today, we'll be taking a look at the Club Twin Hooks part number WI3000. Now, with our steering wheel in the lock position, we'll simply take the club twin hooks, take the one end, along both ends. It is okay if it is a little bit loose as you can see here. There's a total of four hooks that go underneath our steering wheel to there, goes to over here. It is covered in a rubberized coating that helps protect your steering wheel from being scratched or damage. It has a ratcheting keyless style locking device, so without the key in it, we can simply pull it apart and it locks into place, and we have the secure grip handle here that allows you to carry the club around easily. Let's go, let's put this arm off the wheel.

It gives you a place to grab it and secure on to it. By having the club in place, even if a thieve can get your vehicle started, they can't drive away. The end of the club will hit the top here and you will be limited on how far you can turn the steering wheel. By having the bright yellow color, most thieves see this and move on to the next car that doesn't have a club installed. The club itself is made of a strong chrome alloy metal which resists hammering, cutting, or even the attempted use of freon on the club to break it. The club designed thus fit many different vehicle so it is a universal fit.

It fits cars, light trucks, large trucks, SUVs, vans, and many different types of vehicles. The minimum locking length is about 8 inches. The maximum locking length is a little over 14 inches. Now, with it completely closed, we have an overall length of about 21 inches, so you'll need about 21 inches of space to store the Club Twin Hooks when not in used. Now one other thing, when it is completely compressed in like this, it is not locked until you reach about a length of 8 inches from here and here on the hooks. The lock comes with two keys.

They are both keyed the same. Now, let's go ahead and show you how you remove the club. Go ahead and put the key in. Hold on to the one end. When the club is not in use, you can simply stow it underneath your seat, out of the way, and allowing for easy access when you get to your next place where you're going to park your vehicle. With that, that'll complete today's look at the Club Twin Hooks part number WI3000.


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Employee Dustin K
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