I have a fairly solid hitch pin that I've been using for 20 years. Has a little corrosion on it but it otherwise in good shape. I've used it a number of times to tow a fairly heavy trailer (9000 lbs) and it shows NO sign of any stress or wear.
The problem I'm having is that it's a locking hitch pin and the lock itself is basically shot. It's so caked inside with crud that you can slip anything into the key slot, twist, and it will open.
I'm looking for a replacement locking hitch pin and I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions.
- Needs to be able to handle a 10k trailer
- Needs to have a lock
- Lock should have a cover to keep debris and water out of the lock cylinder
What have you got to offer???