BOLT Locks

June 2021 Products Web Exclusive

Owners of the 2021 Ford F-150 diesel pickup can now take advantage of the added security and convenience of BOLT Locks. The weatherproof and durable line of BOLT locks for Ford’s recently redesigned light truck are compatible with the model’s center-cut keys and add an extra layer of protection when securing trailers as well as valuable gear. The ease of using the truck’s ignition key in a variety of BOLT Lock applications streamlines vehicle security for F-150 owners, whether using their truck for work, sport or family fun.

BOLT Lock’s patented one-key lock technology eliminates the need for a key ring full of keys to operate each different lock. Once the ignition key is inserted into the BOLT lock cylinder, spring-loaded plate tumblers are moved into alignment, making the cylinder coded to only that key. The cylinder becomes locked when the key is removed for superior defense against tampering or theft.

BOLT’s “Breakthrough One-Key Lock Technology” is available in a 5/8-inch Receiver Lock, Coupler Pin Lock, Padlock, Cable Lock, Off Vehicle Coupler Lock, Locking Recovery Hook as well as a separate Lock Cylinder.

“Owners of the latest Ford F-150 pickup can protect their most valued equipment when they use BOLT Lock products. With the convenience, strength and long-life, our locks take the worry out of traveling with tools, sports gear and trailers,” said Jason Buckles, BOLT Lock Sales Account Manager.

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