One Lock, Two Flaws: Kaycentop Trailer Coupler Lock

[1474] One Lock, Two Flaws: Kaycentop Trailer Coupler Lock

One Lock, Two Flaws: Kaycentop Trailer Coupler Lock

This is the lock Picking lawyer, and sometimes you can tell at a glance that a lockmaker just doesn’t care. I say that because it certainly seems to be the case with this case and top brand trailer coupler lock. Now I knew I was in for something special when I saw the Crooked logo sticker complete with the installer’s dirty fingerprint, underneath, if that weren’t enough, we have a plastic bottom plate and a smashed cover on the core. That, of course, does not end the list of problems. There are at least two critical security flaws.

First, this can be shimmed open with any flat stiff material. Here, I’m using some scrap steel. You could probably use some pieces of milk carton or aluminum can, but let’s give this a try going to slip these in between the shackle and the lock body. Just takes a little bit of finagling but doesn’t take too much trouble there. We go.

Let’S get one on the other side: there we go. Let’S make sure both of these are perfectly in place, and then we should be able to just pull that out. Okay, now, let’s turn our attention to this weak core which can be jiggled open using these cross, lock jigglers I sell over on Covert just that quickly. We got it open.

Let’S do it one more time, so you can see it was not a fluke. Okay folks, obviously this has some pretty significant shortcomings and probably shouldn’t be relied on for anything more than a visual deterrent. In any case, that’s all I have for you today. If you do have any questions or comments about this, please put them below. If you like this video and would like to see more like it, please subscribe and, as always have a nice day.

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