Bulldog Titan 155/D Wheel Clamp Review

Ref: BUL-155/D
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8 / 10 based on 1 reviews.

£162.24 inc. VAT
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15 October 2015
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The first thing I noticed about this was the weight - it is a really strong, hefty bit of kit, built to last. The quality of materials and manufacture is evident and it is nicely finished. I have a couple of very minor gripes - the weight of it makes it a little awkward when fitting on the wheel and makes you wish you had 3 hands instead of two - this could be an issue with people who do not have the physical strength to cope with it, and it does require a little bit of jiggling about before getting everything into the right position. However, once fitted correctly it sits nice and snug on the wheel and does it's job very well - you could not remove this without some very heavy duty cutting equipment.

Second gripe is storing the thing - it would have been nice to have a plastic box to store it in rather than have it sliding around loose in the boot or the trailer when not in use.

Overall, a very impressive bit of equipment that does what it is supposed to do. One word of advice - if you have a double axle trailer, fit it on the rearmost wheel, or you might find that some theiving scrote will just heave up the front of the trailer (even with a hitch lock on, which I also use) and drag it away on the rear wheels.

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