10mm diameter
high tensile chain

included with both
Supreme and Enforcer
Caravan Wheel Clamp

cannot be cut
with a bolt cutter no matter how long it is

Caravan Wheel Clamp includes bolt cutter proof 10mm diameter high tensile chain

10mm diameter high tensile chain manufactured name is, grade 70 high tensile chain - bolt cutter proof chain.

10mm diameter high tensile chain10mm diameter high tensile chain cannot be cut with a bolt cutter no matter how long the bolt cutter iscannot be cut with a bolt cutter no matter how long the bolt cutter is

Although the stainless steel shield is an important part of the Caravan Wheel Clamp.

It is the 10mm diameter high tensile chain that secures the stainless steel shield to the leaf springs or tubular frame (most caravan chassis) or another part of the chassis if the vehicle has coil springs and / or piston suspension.

how the high tensile chain
fits around the back of the vehicles wheel

standard size or 4 wheel drive wheelshigh tensile chain wraps around the leaf springshigh tensile chain wraps around the leaf springs
coil springs and / or piston suspensionback of Aussie Swag Explorer wheel showing how the high tensile chain wraps around the chassis and wheelhigh tensile chain wraps around the chassis and wheel

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why did we choose to design Caravan Wheel Clamp using 10mm diameter high tensile chain

I have no idea when the first modern wheel clamp was first designed and manufactured.

but what I do know is

In August 2005 when I decided to re-design the wheel clamp, all other wheel clamp brands are made by one of three methods and still are today June 27, 2022.

Klamp It Wheel Clamp
Klamp It Wheel Clamp
Haigh Locking Wheel Clamp
Haigh Locking Wheel Clamp
Arc Wheel Clamp
Ark Wheel Clamp

other wheel clamp brands

august 2005 my mission was

To design a wheel clamp that not only wraps around the width of the tyre, it also had to be

secured to part of the vehicles chassis

such as

The leaf springs or tubular frame (most caravan chassis) or another part of the chassis if the vehicle has coil springs and / or piston suspension.

that is what I did

after almost 12 months of

Designing and testing various methods to secure one wheel on vehicles in my factory in Kelmscott, Western Australia.

january 2007

I finally had a unique designed wheel clamp and a unique method to fit it to a wheel compared to all other wheel clamps sold world wide.

march 2007

We sold our first Australian made Caravan Wheel Clamp to a purchaser in Sydney to protect his 4wd off road camper trailer that had both coil springs and a piston suspension.

how this Caravan Wheel Clamp fits all size wheels

The stainless steel shield and a single length of 10mm diameter high tensile chain and one of two high security locks based on if you purchase the Enforcer Caravan Wheel Clamp or Supreme Caravan Wheel Clamp.

Place the high tensile chain through the holes in the stainless steel shield then wrap the chain around the wheel and leaf springs, tubular frame (most caravan chassis) or another part of the chassis if the 4wd vehicle has coil springs and / or piston suspension.

note

10mm diameter high tensile chain cannot be cut with a bolt cutter no matter how long the bolt cutter is.

how the high tensile chain
fits around the back of the vehicles wheel

standard size or 4 wheel drive wheelshigh tensile chain wraps around the leaf springshigh tensile chain wraps around the leaf springs
coil springs and / or piston suspensionback of Aussie Swag Explorer wheel showing how the high tensile chain wraps around the chassis and wheelhigh tensile chain wraps around the chassis and wheel

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how to stop thieves stealing your valuable towable vehicle

We could have included thin 4mm or 6mm diameter mild steel chain, most people use for security, with each Caravan Wheel Clamp.

If we did both Enforcer Caravan Wheel Clamp and Supreme Caravan Wheel Clamp would be about 52% less to buy but there was no reason to do so.

why

The Caravan Wheel Clamp would be just another visual deterrent wheel clamp as other imported wheel clamp brands.

plus

For about five dollars at Bunnings, Mitre 10 or any other hardware shop a thief can buy a 12 inch bolt cutter to cut thin 4mm or 6mm diameter mild steel chain and your $10,000 to $90,000 or more vehicle is stolen.

if you believe

A cheap imported wheel clamp made from thin mild steel or about 0.2mm mild steel tube is going to stop thieves stealing your $10,000 to $90,000 or more vehicle then think again.

as the saying goes
you get what you pay for

think about the following

If your towable vehicle was stolen what would it cost you to purchase a new one of the same type, quality including all the extras you purchased for it over the years ?

Now you have calculated the replacement cost will the insured value buy you the same if stolen, we doubt it.

how much out of pocket
will you be if your vehicle is stolen

let us face facts

No matter the insured value and how reliable your insurance company is, if your vehicle is stolen and you make a claim the insurance payout

will never cover
the full replacement value

plus

Your next insurance policy will increase in cost, they always do after a claim.

note

No matter if you are insuring your camper trailer, caravan, boat, jet ski or house the main purpose of insurance should be for problems out of your control such as

but not theft

about 95% of theft is preventable

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warranty

Caravan Wheel Clamp 10 year Australian manufacturer guarantee.

buy today
June 27, 2022

the Australian manufacturer
will guarantee it until

June 27, 2032

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Caravan Wheel Clamp manufacturer direct special offer

The only decision you have to make is, choose which of the two security options you want to purchase.

June 27, 2022

special offer

pay wholesale price

free delivery
Australia only

ends
July 04, 2022

guaranteed
by the Australian manufacturer

until
June 27, 2032

that is a
10 year warranty

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