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The Club Brake Lock
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The Club Brake Lock

Item# 082V0000000CL606P | Model# CL606 | Added on May 24, 2012 | Source: Sears.com | Available At 3 Sellers
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Description
With one simple pull, the Club Brake Lock attaches securely to your brake or clutch pedal, preventing either from being depressed. If a thief can't use your brake, they can't drive, and thus have to move on to another vehicle.Features:Prevents the brake or clutch pedal from being depressed
Red finish for high visibility
Easy to use self-locking feature - one pull and it locks
Fits most cars, trucks and SUV's
From the makers of th

With one simple pull, the Club Brake Lock attaches securely to your brake or clutch pedal, preventing either from being depressed. If a thief can't use your brake, they can't drive, and thus have to move on to another vehicle.

Features:

  • Prevents the brake or clutch pedal from being depressed
  • Red finish for high visibility
  • Easy to use self-locking feature - one pull and it locks
  • Fits most cars, trucks and SUV's
  • From the makers of the Original Club - Accept no imitations!
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