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Old 02-26-2010, 09:10 AM   #21
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Was it parked in a lot or in a garage in the apartment complex? What are? Sorry man!!
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Old 02-26-2010, 09:13 AM   #22
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That's sux bro.....sorry for your loss....ill keep an eye out down on the south side
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Old 02-26-2010, 10:43 AM   #24
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It was in my carport
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If it was parked under a carport then it is far from the security gurads fault!!! But it still doesnt make it right for someone to take your ....
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Do you have more, clearer pics?
No unfourtunatly I don't. And it wouldn't help cuz besides te vortex clipon, rearset, and covers it looks like a stock gsxr.
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Old 02-26-2010, 10:51 AM   #27
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It's not his fault that they took it. It's his fault he let them in and leave with my shat when his the gate guy
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It's not his fault that they took it. It's his fault he let them in and leave with my shat when his the gate guy
what if they put the bike in the back of a van?
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It's not his fault that they took it. It's his fault he let them in and leave with my shat when his the gate guy
hate to break it to you but. . .this has nothing to do with a security guard. Don't you read the threads around here? Was the bike protected with an alarm? disc lock? was it even covered? feeling bro, I HATE theives!!!
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what if they put the bike in the back of a van?
They could have put it in a van but once again the guard isn't soppose to let people in if they dot live there or with someone who does. And if so it was someone in the complex
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hate to break it to you but. . .this has nothing to do with a security guard. Don't you read the threads around here? Was the bike protected with an alarm? disc lock? was it even covered? feeling bro, I HATE theives!!!
I got an alarm on the bike and it was coverd
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Old 02-26-2010, 11:40 AM   #33
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That's why I parked my bike inside for two years when i lived in an apartment. and for those of you on a 2nd story apartment i didnt move there for a reason ;P

sucks it's gone i've had it happen twice last year but luckily i had insurance on my bike
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Alarms are good if you can hear them and they cant be dismantled wo going off.

Add a backup battery to it too incase they are able to disconnect the battery/pull cords etc etc.
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Apartment + Bike = Big money for thieves on Ebay....Why are you surprized? Next time put it inside, get a garage, put it in storage, etc...Would you leave $3000 cash sitting in your car port? Then why in f*ck would you leave your bike sitting outside in a carport?
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Apartment + Bike = Big money for thieves on Ebay....Why are you surprized? Next time put it inside, get a garage, put it in storage, etc...Would you leave $3000 cash sitting in your car port? Then why in f*ck would you leave your bike sitting outside in a carport?
the bikes already gone.. im sure he gets it by now man


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Old 02-26-2010, 02:45 PM   #38
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sorry to hear.

unfortunately, i see it the same as others do, and don't think the guard at the gate has anything to do with it. for all we know, it could easily have been rolled into another apartment.

i hope everything works out well for you in the end.
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Old 02-26-2010, 03:46 PM   #39
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I agree with yall saying its not the guards fault... but the guard should only let in people that live in the complex or get all the info before letting them in the complex.

I've seen places where they just open the gate without looking and are too lazy to get info of the car coming in.
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Apartment + Bike = Big money for thieves on Ebay....Why are you surprized? Next time put it inside, get a garage, put it in storage, etc...Would you leave $3000 cash sitting in your car port? Then why in f*ck would you leave your bike sitting outside in a carport?
this discussion happens EVERYTIME, a bike is stolen. let it be and help the man find the bike.
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