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advice wanted !!!!!

Post by cornishredbaron » Nov 14th, '13, 16:34

hi can anyone recommend a good chain and padlock preferably an approved one thanks in advance. :wink:
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Post by brizzer » Nov 14th, '13, 17:48

almax best on the market in my eyes and worth the money if it stops your bike from going missing.

[BBvideo 425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cpf35C7wu6Q[/BBvideo]

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Post by brizzer » Nov 14th, '13, 17:50

google almax and you will get there web site for prices and contact details .

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Post by goatpants » Nov 14th, '13, 18:23

Ok so all the other ones are shite but have they tested their own?
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Post by brizzer » Nov 14th, '13, 20:36

yes they have I thought that was the video, be right bak the video they done when they tea=sted there chain broke them big old bolt cutters, BRB

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Post by Ruffian » Nov 14th, '13, 20:37

Ive got a kryptonite forgetboutit chain and it is damn heavy but solid as you woukd really ever need,
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Post by brizzer » Nov 14th, '13, 20:37

here you go [BBvideo 425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozppzywsLsk[/BBvideo]

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Post by zing1100 » Nov 14th, '13, 21:16

Any chain is only ever as good as the lock that holds it! If these guys make locks to match they'd get my vote and custom in a heartbeat. :D

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Post by brizzer » Nov 14th, '13, 21:28

the chain comes with a squire sc65 close shackle lock (I think that's the lock model) , wich the bolt cutters can get to and if you were to cut it you would have to have 2 cuts near perfectly straight to get the 19mm shackle out from the lock.

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Post by cornishredbaron » Nov 14th, '13, 23:14

thanks for the replies its been very informative cheers.
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Post by cornishredbaron » Nov 15th, '13, 08:25

I did look on the almax web site chain and padlock about £175 and what saving would you get on your insurance premium? Anyone got any info of that .
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Post by Funky » Nov 15th, '13, 10:12

In the second video, he spends 10 seconds doing the first cut then ages doing the second... interesting...
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Post by goatpants » Nov 15th, '13, 13:41

Must admit there certainly seemed to be more effort going into breaking their competitions locks.
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