Originally Posted by Jon in AZ
I'm not sure what bolts you mean. On my late-model Scamp
the coupler is welded to the tongue. I use three locks (which I bought as a set, keyed alike, from Reese): the padlock on the coupler latch, the yellow coupler lock (both shown) and a locking pin on the drawbar. I carry the yellow coupler lock with me and use it whenever I'm unhitched.
Jon, I have the same Reese set up you have, and I wrap my chains and clip with the padlock when leaving the trailer. One thing I found out was going to WalMart you may find extra padlocks like that sold separately. You can read the code numbers or you can try your key in many locks. Ultimately as I traveled I found 2 extra locks that fitted the same key. So my utility trailer has the same Padlock / key and I have one for a spare. It may take time to find an extra lock but it is a bit of a game, and I don't think thieves would ever find keys that fit as there are many, many code numbers. Also, now Reese may have moved on to other code numbers.
David in Fresno and Sonora