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    Vehicle restraint

    October 1, 2012

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    The RHR-4000 Dok-Lok vehicle restraint is designed to help prevent all types of trailer separation incidents, including early departure, landing gear collapse, trailer creep, pop-up, upending and tipovers. Its “shadow hook” adds an additional layer of safety to secure container chassis or rear-impact guards with obstructions. Dok-Lok rotating hook restraints are designed for impact and to withstand today’s loading dock environment.

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