Lock needed

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    If your worried about bears, a simple bolt would work great (see pic). Another option would be a cable lock which would allow you to lock the cooler "to" something. There are also competitors who sell padlocks specifically for this type cooler. GL
     

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    We've purchased several through Home Depot or Lowe's. We've always used Master Lock and just chosen one of the thinner shaft models. A 1.75" or 2" should do the trick! Thanks!
     
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    You better modify the lid and add a small door then @Yukon Joe. ;)
     
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