ADD High SECURITY Locks TO Your VAN! No more tool theft! Additional Door Locks

ADD High SECURITY Locks TO Your VAN! No more tool theft! Almost and vehicle on the market can be opened with fairly simple tools that are easily available to car jackers and thieves. this locking system cannot be compromised to these vehicle break in options. Pick proof, Bump proof, drill proof rely to defend your tools and service van that you rely on to make a living!
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Wim Godden says:

“Makes it almost impossible to drill out… unless you’re a professional” – uh they ARE professionals

david lehan says:

13 pound on ebay going to get 1 for my shed

yensabi says:

Did i notice you have glass windows in those rear doors………..?
no point fitting that lock unless you lose the glass panels…..

Grant Sipos says:

If a thief wanted to get in they would probably have to cut the van itself

Dan Brimer says:

Slick locks 10 times better

BlackDolphin90 says:

Something about attaching a lock on the outside of a car/van reminds me of Mr Bean.

Jim Phillips says:

High security lock below two glass windows….haha

CamperVan HandyMan says:

I can not find these locks for sale anywhere in the UK, and also can not find the housing for them sold separately anywhere either…. as we say up norf, buggerinell

Masterkey25 says:

how much does just the puck lock cost?

Rookie Lock says:

Ooh wow, I never knew Assa made puck locks! Assa has to be one of if not my favorite lock brands. The building i live in has a V10 on it, but its not mine so I haven’t played with it, but I’m trying to find one for my lock collection.

Finn Blu says:


great option, but
often notice that seemingly 95%? of these add on locks set ups rust prematurely and therefore look ridiculous on a well maintained van

JA says:

Break the rear window and get in.

James Miller says:

The only problem I see with this is that you have welded 1/4 inch steel to 1-2mm steel and you can pretty much just get a pry bar and rip the welds off the thin sheet metal

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