Stopping crime,

one shock at a time.

The Shock Lock is the simple, effective solution you have been looking for.


No more welding the nut to the bolt or welding the hardware to the steel cage. Our tapered design prevents the use of pliers or any other gripping tools to ensure the safety of your equipment. Each set of Shock Locks comes with our own proprietary security key, so the only person who can access your gear is you. 

Why You Need Shock Security.

According to Flagstaff Police Department reports, at least three Ford F-150 owners noticed parts missing from their trucks this past Wednesday. The first theft was reported at 8 a.m. by a man who had parked his truck overnight in the parking lot at the DoubleTree by Hilton Flagstaff, located at 1175 West Route 66. When he woke up Wednesday morning, the two rear Fox brand racing shocks had been stolen from his F-150.

A second victim also had his two rear Fox brand shocks stolen while his truck was parked overnight in the parking lot for an apartment complex in the 100 block of East Anita Avenue.
— Michelle McManimon (azdailysun.com)
All the Arizona guys please keep your eyes out for some shocks that were stolen. The shocks are Fox 2.5 x 18 bypasses and I am near Chandler, AZ.
— Amaes (dezertrangers.com)
Last night someone stole the rear shocks off of the Raptor while it sat in the driveway. I can’t believe this crap! Gone, both of them...
— Carl (fordraptorforum.com)
A set (4 shocks in all) of recently rebuilt King 3.0 shocks were stolen from SuperTrucks in San Bernardino over the weekend. These shocks are used and might turn up for sale so keep an eye out for them. They were just rebuilt for use in the upcoming Baja 1000. The front shocks are unique as they have a 10” can with an 8” shaft. They are standard King 3.0 shocks with reservoirs. The rear shocks are 12” travel. Due to the rather unique configuration and setup these shocks should be easy to spot! The shocks are setup for use on an overweight 4wd F-250, so it’s very likely the purchaser will be forced to get the shocks re-valved.
— Jeff (race-dezert.com)