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BRAHMA Wheel Lock - WL001-14"-  Tire Size 215/75R14 ONLY
BRAHMA Wheel Lock - WL001-14"-  Tire Size 215/75R14 ONLY

BRAHMA Wheel Lock - WL001-14"- Tire Size 215/75R14 ONLY

Regular price $279.00 Sale

OUT-OF-STOCK NOTICE 

Serious supply chain issues have delayed the Factory Shipment indefinately.

ONLY order this WL001-14" version if your tire size shown on the sidewall is 215/75R14. It will not fit other sizes properly.

This is BRAHMA's WL001 larger size wheel lock, normally for 15 & 16 inch wheels, adapted specifically to fit a "betweener" size wheel/rim combination, 215/75R14. While the smaller WL002, which is designed for 13" and 14" wheel sizes, will fit, this larger lock allows the hub cover to be fully centered over the lug nuts. The locking arm has been shortened to allow it to insert fully into the cross arm, accommodating the smaller 14" rim. Be sure to order the WL001A Flat Hub Cover too if you have alloy rims.

Buyer's Guide

If unsure of what size lock you will need, tire sizing is shown on the sidewall of your tires, and expressed in a format similar to "ST205/65R15".  (Width in MM. / Height-to-Width Ratio / Wheel Diameter in inches.)  If you are not able to view your trailer's tires directly, the information is contained on the trailer manufacturer's specification sheets, manuals and/or website.  

Installation Instructions

How It Works

Brahma's locks are manufactured from high strength, heavy gauge steel which has been hardened in critical areas, such as the lock housing. Painted a vibrant orange, they are a strong visual deterrent. We recommend that the lock be installed on the trailer side most visible to passersby.

A properly installed Brahma Wheel Lock prevents the locked wheel from rotating in two ways; the flanges on the locks arms will dig into the road surface and the lug nut cover will bind up inside the rim, locking the wheel in place. Attempting to drag a trailer with a Brahma lock in place makes lots of noise!

The wheel's lug nuts are protected from tampering by the dish-style cover plate, which is secured in place by the lock's cross arm so that the locked wheel cannot be removed and/or replaced.

Brahma locks remain effective even if the tire has been deflated in an effort to remove the lock.  The steel bands within the tire make it rigid enough for the lock to stay in place and the weight shift caused by deflation causes the wheel dish to bind up inside the rim. Even with the tire deflated, the lock cannot be removed and will remain effective. 

Wheel locks should always be applied to a rear axle wheel of trailers with tandem axles. If affixed to a wheel on the front axle, thieves can raise the hitch until the front axle tires are off the ground and tow it away on just the rear axle wheels, rendering the lock ineffective.