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Note: Does NOT Work on Newer 2015 and 2016 Trailers
For Utility Dry Vans use the Enforcer Side Rear Door Lock Hasp
Lock Tumblers / Disks
See War-Lok TL-10 Cast Steel Barrier Lock in Action
Thieves Trying to Remove the War-Lok TL-10 Truck Lock
The War-Lok Truck Security Cast Steel Barrier Box UTL-10 is a Cast Steel Barrier Box with a Reusable, Removable, Keyed Locking Device that fits securely over the hasp of Utility Brand trailers with swing-out doors. Once in place, the locking mechanism of the UTL-10 and the trailer hasp are completely protected. A key opens the UTL-10, but its NOT needed for locking.
For Utility Brand Trailers 2000R & 3000R (Reefers)
For fleets, the UTL-10 Utility Brand Trailer Cast Steel Barrier Box can be keyed individually or alike with or without a master key. The War-Lok UTL-10 is a simple, robust and reusable cost-effective Trailer Door Security solution. The UTL-10 comes standard in a powder coated silver color.
Note: The UTL-10 does NOT fit Standard Tractor Trailer Doors, nor Intermodal Containers, nor smaller Travel & Cargo Trailers. You will need the IR-20 for Intermodal Container Security. You will need the TL-10 for Standard Tractor Trailer Swing Door Security. You will need the CTL-10 for Travel and Cargo Trailer Security.
War-Lok Locks are Pick Resistant, Drill Resistant, Bump Key Proof and Key Duplication is virtually Impossible.
Note: Sorry, No Discount or Returns on Keys or Locks Keyed Alike
Note: We can key your locks to previously purchased locks, if you ordered them from RoadTrucker and you have them delivered to the same address. NO EXCEPTIONS!
Note: Multiple Kits can be keyed alike or individually. $3/Key for Keying Alike.
Note: There is ONLY up to a 4 business day lead time, despite high demand.
The newer Utility Trailers have a support bar that tends to interfere with using the War-Lok UTL-10. Why Utility did that is beyond reason, but if it were my trailer, I would take off that brace and trim the end from it, so I could protect my cargo. I would also complain to Utility. See picture below.
Issue With Some Utility Trailers