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Old 10-30-2010, 12:10 PM   #1
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My good friends 06 suzuki got stolen out of my garage last night. It is a yellow 06 suzuki 450 with a new swing arm,back rim and rear sprocket. I am in the texas city area if anyone might know something please let em know.The bike does not have a chain guard or any stickers on the bike either.
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Old 10-30-2010, 12:50 PM   #2
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oh !

how did they get it out of your garage?

i finally got a house - and was hoping to buy a bike soon...
if the GARAGE is not even safe - then WHAT THE man?!

lol... sorry - just scared//upset about this whole stealing ... why cant we just enjoy our hobby/passion without being afraid of someone stealing it out of our OWN HOUSE!
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Old 10-30-2010, 02:14 PM   #3
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oh !

how did they get it out of your garage?

i finally got a house - and was hoping to buy a bike soon...
if the GARAGE is not even safe - then WHAT THE man?!

lol... sorry - just scared//upset about this whole stealing ... why cant we just enjoy our hobby/passion without being afraid of someone stealing it out of our OWN HOUSE!
dogs guns and insurance man, that's the only way.

sorry to hear about the dirtbike, if i see one around i'll be sure to take note
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Old 10-30-2010, 02:39 PM   #4
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dogs guns and insurance man, that's the only way. If i see one around i'll be sure to take note
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Dogs really are the best deterent. I've got a pit that scares people off it they see it and a frenchie that yaps if anyone is outside. Found a brick by my sliding glass door a few months ago and arm prints like someone had their hands around their face looking in was on the glass. I know that when they saw my pit they thought twice. Dog would help them carry the TV out but they don't know that.
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. Got to close that door. Hope he finds it fast. On that note can you carry insurance on dirt bikes?


You can essentially carry insurance on pretty much anything you own.
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Old 11-05-2010, 10:47 AM   #9
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my dirtbikes are covered under my home owners insurance according to my insurance company. I hope I never have to test that out.

I wish the best for you and your buddy for the recovery.
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What up dude its max.....I talked to my buddy off of lobenstien dr. He hasn't heard anything. But he knows a lot of guys 18-25 yrs old that live off of humble camp. Chances are if it was someone local he will hear something from someone. This is Joe right? Off ash court? Black busa? They were rigging doorbells at @ 12am. Then the bike got taken @2am. Very ballsy. I know that one lady called the cops at @12:15 am for the doorbell ringing blows my mind that they were still in the neighborhood one street over two hours later without getting caught. WAY TO DROP THE BALL DPD.
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