War-Lok Glad Hand Lock

War-Lok King Pin Lock


  • Prevents Connection of Air Hose
  • Protects Trailer Brakes From Being Released
  • Extra Layer of Cargo Security
  • Made of Cast Aluminum

Choose Lock$ 58.38 Save 15%

Add Extra Pair of Keys
$18.89 each


Availability:In StockShipping:See Cart
Tax:PaidWeight:6 lbs.
Model No.:TGH-10KD
Dimension10.13" x 6.75" x 2.25"
Weight3 lbs.
Returns30 days w/ 15% Restocking Fee No Return on Custom Keyed Alike Locks
MaterialCast Aluminum
MaintenanceOne spray of Slick 50 one lube every 90 days, or when needed. WD40 is NOT recommended and will have an adverse affect on your lock.
Optional UseLock-out Tag-Out and Maintenance, Reusable

War-Lok Cylinder Disks:

War-Lok Cylinder Disks

The War-Lok TGH-10 Glad Hand Lock protects a trailer's brake system hoses from being connected. The lock is made of cast aluminum. It also can be connected to any Truck preventing it from being connected to any trailer. This Glad Hand Lock has a steel pin strength of 35-38RC; other glad hands have at most a strength score of 30-32RC.

The War-Lok Glad Hand Truck Lock has an extra flange for additional protection of the 2-plate mounting bolts associated with the air hose connection.

War-Lok Locks are Pick Resistant, Drill Resistant, Bump Key Proof and Key Duplication is virtually Impossible.


  • TGH-10: War-Lok Heavy Duty Glad Hand Lock
  • Pair of War-Lok Keys


  • Sorry, No Discount  or Returns on Keys or Locks Keyed Alike
  • We can key your locks to previously purchased locks, if you ordered them from RoadTrucker and you have them delivered to the same address. NO EXCEPTIONS!
  • Multiple Kits can be keyed alike or individually. $3/Key for Keying Alike.
  • There is ONLY up to a 4 business day lead time, despite high demand.
  • Large orders may take longer.

Installation & Removal:

Installation and Removal of Glad Hand
  • To Install the Lock:
    • Slide the lock onto the glad hand with the lock tab under the latch plate
    • Push the lock cylinder inward until it clicks into place
  • To Remove the Lock:
    • Insert the key into the lock cylinder and turn clockwise approximately 3/4 turn. The lock cylinder will spring extend to release the lock.