Reviewed By John T (Leesburg, VA) Reviewed for a 2014 Hyundai Tucson —3/24/2017 5:02 AM
What I thought might be difficult was not so because installation directions made it clear.
Reviewed By Marc M (FAIRFIELD, CA) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram —2/10/2017 8:35 AM
This lock pin worked perfect for my RAM 2500 truck. I had an old lock pin that had clearance issues because of the hitch design. Once I worked the key a couple of times, the motion was much smoother. As it shows in the picture, it does have a dust cover over the key portion in order to keep it free from debris.
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