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Old 02-24-2009, 05:16 PM   #21
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If you keep it outside, use as many things as possible to keep it anchored. My buddy kept his bike outside in his apartments and people tried to steal it several times with no success. He had both wheels sperately anchored to a light pole using really thick cables and a heavy duty armored steel padlock. He also ran another cable through his triple tree, through his frame, and too the pole. The bike had an alarm too. Whatever you do, you can never have too much, when it comes to security. Protect your assets and yourself. Good luck with whatever you plan on doing.

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Full coverage or theft is the only thing that will protect you from thieves. If you rely on the lojack route make sure your insurance would cover for damages from theft.
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Old 02-24-2009, 05:44 PM   #23
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The law allows you to shoot them if they take your property. Aim for the head j/k
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The law allows you to shoot them if they take your property. Aim for the head j/k
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