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Old 04-20-2010, 03:21 AM   #1
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ok so i used to run with a bad crowd about 10 years ago, i knew a fella who would drive around and look for 4 wheelers , rollem up onto his trailor even in broad daylight.he showed me a tool that he would use to steal bikes , its in the link below. with this tool your investment is never safe. all cops have one. and so does every locksmith.
you main source of a stolen motorcycle will not be creeps in your neighborhood but random trucks driving through with a lowboy trailor.it will always be a and grab. they cannot afford to be seen in an area for a long period of time.they usually drive through checking your stuff out a day or two in advance. i cannot attempt to contact this guy i knewwe are not on friendly terms to say the least. he would more than likely have info on the bike ring, i will ask others who are on frindly terms . i know a couple of hideouts where they would store machines years ago . i know how to get there but not the road names. i will go by and check them for activity on my days off.


http://www.force-ten.com/lockaid-tool-p-29.html


and wow writing this shows how much people change. and to clear the air . i never stole anything but i knew one of the ring leaders for 4 wheeler thefts in the laporte deerpark pasadena areas.
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Old 04-20-2010, 06:29 AM   #2
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I would love to start a weekly camping trip out in the deep woods w thieves.
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Old 04-20-2010, 07:01 AM   #4
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I would love to start a weekly camping trip out in the deep woods w thieves.
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Thanks for the overload of info and details, do this the right way bro and keep this undercover until you get some real information, then we could put together a clandestine MH militia to deal with these people
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Old 04-20-2010, 08:58 AM   #6
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I say we do a BAT meet....Bikers againt Thieves meet and greet...hold it once a month and go over what you hear and see...go over leads..lol and have a few beers!
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Old 04-20-2010, 09:26 AM   #7
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I have 1...not that expensive....but they don't that gun wont do ignitions....you need a different attachement
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Old 04-21-2010, 08:16 PM   #9
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O jeez. Why would you go posting a link to that thing?

Also, what was the point of this post? Yes we know people can come quick and take our bikes.

I say, NAMES OR BAN!
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O jeez. Why would you go posting a link to that thing?

Also, what was the point of this post? Yes we know people can come quick and take our bikes.

I say, NAMES OR BAN!
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You just gave the little low lives that don't know how to steal, a fighting start! You gave them a great tool recommendation..
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so yeah i did some recon and the group i knew of is no longer operating , at least out of the places they used to . really i have done nothing to help a criminal , if they want your bike, car possesions in your house they will get it.the best thing to do is protect yourself with both insurance and a smith and wesson.

they tool i linked to was availble on the first result on google when i searched . not hard to find. like i said every cop has one as well as ever locksmith. i have never tried the tool, just seen one . i have no clue as to whether it would work on an ignition.
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Old 04-21-2010, 11:51 PM   #12
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oh yea check craigslist often there is some brand new bikes being parted out.
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that wont work on an ignition......... maybe four wheelers, as the locks are very simple you could get lucky. I still dont understand this thread. Just get theft, and youll be ok.

on another note we use that same video in training.....lol

only works on pin tumbler lcks. Our ignitions are wafer tumbler. Just an FYI.
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Old 04-22-2010, 12:52 AM   #15
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Woah...wait...you mean people steal things like bikes and four wheelers???
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At el palenque on north side I saw some foos in a small uhaul scoping out a bike parked up front.. I was outside on the patio in the shadows lol



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