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    Think your bike security chain is safe?????

    My Dad emailed me this today, not sure if it's been posted, but thought it was interesting, especially for those who rely solely on this for security.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VC3hFr8p2ck


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    Wait for me, I'm SLOW Array Ape Man 2007's Avatar
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    Yup!

    Seen it last year on another forum.

    All you need is a heavy duty bolt cutter.
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    Those guys are lucky they didn't lose an eye......
    Hopefully there's a lot of one-eyed thieves out there.

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    If they want it, they will have it.

    You could have 6 chains, 2 alarms and a pit bull tied to your bike and if thieves really want it they will shoot your dog, cut your chains and use 4 guys to lift it into a van before anyone hears the alarm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneTrack View Post
    Those guys are lucky they didn't lose an eye......
    Hopefully there's a lot of one-eyed thieves out there.
    Those were my thoughts exactly.
    I've got a chain and a disc lock (neither of which I use that much), but fortunately(?) my ride is considered fairly undesirable by thieves (Bandit 650).
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    i need skydivesonic to translate wtf these people are saying
    THE MOST DANGEROUS PART OF A BIKE, IS THE NUT THAT CONNECTS THE SEAT, TO THE HANDLEBARS.

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    my security device = insurance.
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    i've got insurance, factory imobilizer & steering wheel lock, disc alarm lock and chained to the ground....
    my only hope is that they'd just go for the rsx or civic's in my parking complex

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicR6 View Post
    i've got insurance, factory imobilizer & steering wheel lock, disc alarm lock and chained to the ground....
    my only hope is that they'd just go for the rsx or civic's in my parking complex
    Put a cover on it and you'll be far better off. No see 'um, no want 'um. Bonus points if it's filthy and soaked in cat piss

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    Cat piss has to be stale Commuter Boy.

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    Ha HA this shows just how unsafe everything really is!!
    When I got broken into at home, for the second time! I thought I had it all figured out. I had a disck lock, a chain, and bars on my garage windows.The thing I didnt think of was: I had a well equiped garage! They found my grinder and sawzall and used them to steal the bikes, then took the tools too.
    Theives just have nothing better to do then plan the next theft!

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    Seen those locks done before. I'd like to see how a u-shaped disc lock fares against cutters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frontside5 View Post
    Seen those locks done before. I'd like to see how a u-shaped disc lock fares against cutters.
    those mini torches come in handy this guy steals one in less than 4min 2 locks

    http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=e0e0__FJ6gw
    Last edited by jfviffer; 01-17-2009 at 10:03 AM.

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    this ones an oldie but a classic takes less than a minute on a busy rd http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=Ob61ot...CB0EAE&index=7

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    Thats crazy.I thought those Kryptonite locks were indestructible.

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