Keyed Cam Latch

Keyed Cam Latch

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Part Number:KCL

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KEYED CAM LATCH --a latch and lock combined

The most secure way to protect your horses while being trailered!

Choose White, Black or Gray Powder Coat.


The Keyed Cam Latch is a secure latch and lock, all in one system.

The exterior is made from die-cast aluminum and internal working components are of stainless steel.

The cam bar slides down into the beveled entry jaw and opens the bar lock lever. Then then as it slides down farther, the bar lock lever securely closes and retains the bar. Super-safe for your animals, it cannot open without manually pulling the bar lock lever forward. The top 2 mounting screws are covered by the cam bar when locked for a theft deterrent. These locks have the new G key codes, so they are more uncommon & a theft deterrent.

These have the same G key codes as our Travel Trailer Door Latches (TTDL). If the same color products are purchased together, they will be keyed alike.

*Your entire order of keyed cam latches units will automatically be keyed alike.

*The bar lock lever will hold up to a 1 1/4" tall and 3/8" thick cam bar. The keyed cam latch may not completely cover the old cam bar hasp holes in the door. Usually, one hole is left showing at the top. This can be closed by inserting a sheet metal screw left over from the old cam latch back into the hole.

SPECS: The entire height is 6”. Top area (which will be under the cam bar handle when closed) is 3 ½” wide with the screw hole centers placed down 1 /12” from the top. Upper screw centers are 2 13/16 apart. The lower center screw center is placed 5 3/16” from the top, and 13/16” from the bottom of the latch.

Three #14 flat head sheet metal screws will fasten each new keyed cam latch, but we recommend that you attach the keyed cam latches with a machine screw and jack nut to create a better anchor. See related products below.


*Read Below: We received a "negative" comment/review on the recommended fasteners for this product, and the problem was that the old jack nut we offered was too short to properly fasten on a thicker trailer wall. Since then, we now offer a longer jack nut in the same diameter, that is designed to work on a wall up to 1/4" thick. This should be the thickness of a trailer skin & wall stud edge combined.The machine screw is a phillips head & the jack nut need no special tools to install, just a drill & a screwdriver.

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Horse owner
Purchased these cam locks to replace the old ones on my horse trailer. I absolutely love them. I can lock all doors if I need to instead of putting locks on all doors.
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Reviewed by:  from montgomery al. on 1/18/2016
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Hobbyist
The cam latch itself is good quality; however, the Jack Nuts they recommend require a special tool to install. After I drilled the holes bigger on my trailer, I learned the Jack Nuts are depth sensitive... now I have large holes in my trailer door and an order in progress for a $60 tool. Still hoping it works due to my aluminum trailer walls being thicker than what's allowable for the Jack Nut. Go with the sheet metal screws.
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Reviewed by:  from NY. on 7/7/2016
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