Braked Trailer Hitch Lock Finder
Braked trailers will generally have a rubber bellow directly behind the hitch, then a braking damper device mounted on the drawbar frame.
Using a SAS Hitch Lock is a great way to make it difficult for your caravan or trailer to be stolen. All can be fitted when unhitched from your towing vehicle, but many also fit whilst stationary and hitched to your towing vehicle. Great for deterring motorway services thieves!
Click on the relevant hitch image below to select a hitch lock.
This Hitch Lock finder guide is not exhaustive and may not include your hitch if it is not so common. If you can’t see a picture of your hitch on this page or want further clarification on what hitch lock will fit your hitch, please contact us by sending us a photo of your hitch and one of our team will try to assist further.
The hitches most commonly found on Ifor Williams Trailers is the Knott Avonride Head which fits the FortA. The Hitch found on Indespension trailers is generally the Indespension Triplelock- see the FortT, please note that many indespension trailers are fitted with an eye hitch as standard which will require an SAS eye lock. Brian James larger trailers generally fit the AK301 or AK351 on new trailers. Caravans will almost always have a Stabiliser Hitch by Alko, model depending on the age of the caravan – see Fort2Gold. Where the Caravan is older, the Winterhoff Stabiliser WS3000 is common. Alko & Knott hitches are a common choice by trailer manufacturers and smaller caravans.
Please be aware that any hitch can be fitted on any trailer after market so we always recommend careful checking before deciding on the correct hitch lock. There is generally nothing to stop anyone changing the hitch from what the manufacturer first fitted. Even the manufacturer may change their hitch of choice from what we have at time of writing!
Please click the link for Hitch Locks to see the full range.