How Well Do they do?? Extreamly poorly

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How Well Do they do?? Extreamly poorly

Post by baskie » Dec 6th, '06, 00:32

Chains
More Chains

what u guys think??

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Post by Stinky » Dec 6th, '06, 00:36

I think I need one of them! :twisted:
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Post by baskie » Dec 6th, '06, 00:47

Stinky wrote:I think I need one of them! :twisted:
just prioced one up. wiht the chain and the lock they used. 1m 130 squid.
defo gonna thing about one. worth it for the piece of mind. and gets like 15% off ur insurance :lol:
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Post by Funky » Dec 6th, '06, 08:14

The bald guy looks like Kyle from Tenacious D

I hope no one would secure their bike like that though, with the chain just trailing on the ground like that. I always pass my chain through the swingarm, drive chain and wheel to secure it, so if they wanted my bike they'd have to take off a load of crap first!
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Post by baskie » Dec 6th, '06, 11:47

Funky wrote:The bald guy looks like Kyle from Tenacious D

I hope no one would secure their bike like that though, with the chain just trailing on the ground like that. I always pass my chain through the swingarm, drive chain and wheel to secure it, so if they wanted my bike they'd have to take off a load of crap first!
yeh they were just using it to show u. but u would be surpirsed in the ammount of people that just slig their chain on and leave it lying accross the ground. like u said wrap it up, keep it nice and tight, that way they cant get a decent perchase on it. just make their life as dificult as poss. an alram/imobiliser would be the best idea. the more deterants the better. i dont mean to sound harsh. but if ur bike got 5 locks and chains next to a bike wiht just a stearing lock. they are gonna go for the eaiser one to nick.
keep ur bikes safe lads and ladies. i learnt the hard way :cry:
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Post by speedy(delboy) » Dec 6th, '06, 11:50

baskie wrote:
Stinky wrote:I think I need one of them! :twisted:
just prioced one up. wiht the chain and the lock they used. 1m 130 squid.
defo gonna thing about one. worth it for the piece of mind. and gets like 15% off ur insurance :lol:
£74.95 on ebay for 1 meter

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ALMAX-1-0m-Series ... otohosting

£164.95 on ebay for 2.5 meter

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ALMAX-2-5m-Series ... dZViewItem

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http://www.elitesecuritysupplies.com/

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Post by baskie » Dec 6th, '06, 12:47

those pirces include the lock ????
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Post by speedy(delboy) » Dec 6th, '06, 12:55

baskie wrote:those pirces include the lock ????
Look at their web site, gives all the details, just click chains on the left

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Post by Stinky » Dec 6th, '06, 21:44

baskie wrote:
Stinky wrote:I think I need one of them! :twisted:
just prioced one up. wiht the chain and the lock they used. 1m 130 squid.
defo gonna thing about one. worth it for the piece of mind. and gets like 15% off ur insurance :lol:
I was talking about the part the cuts the chains :lol: :twisted:.
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Post by age » Dec 6th, '06, 23:09

Buy a house with a brick garage or shed and then cover the doors with loads of locks !!!!!!


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Post by baskie » Dec 6th, '06, 23:18

Gsxrage wrote:Buy a house with a brick garage or shed and then cover the doors with loads of locks !!!!!!


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like to see u pop into town wiht all that in ur tank bag mate :wink:
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