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Unread 04-16-2017, 08:03 AM
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Default Anyone develop a lock for the Pull-Pal & Hi-lift

Looking to better secure my Hi-lift and Pull-Pal. Possibly some ideas how others have secured their tools.

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I just run a cable lock through them both and around the tire carrier.


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Thule locking knob and shorter bolt works great.
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BOLT make a cable lock that uses the factory Jeep ignition key. I have one that goes around the hi-lift, through the maxtrax, through the tire carrier then through the shovel.

So far, everything is still there driving around West Africa

It's here: BOLT Jeep 6 foot cable lock

They also make a hood-lock that uses the factory ignition key too. It's great

BOLT JK Hood Lock

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