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Thread: Trailer locks?

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    Lynch Mob Racing Platinum Member Hot Duck's Avatar
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    Absolutely Keith. Come on down and we'll make room. Just give me some notice.

    A warning to the guys that only use cables to secure their rigs. There are hand held cutters that will go right through these things. We have cable cutters on our rescue trucks and in each RIT bag on our engines and chief's vehicles that will cut through cables like butter. They are just a little larger than a standard set of pliers, but they will cut braided telephone pole guide wires with little effort! Cables are a good start, but be sure to back them up with something else. If we have them, you know for sure that a hardcore thief has them too.

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    VIP Member Platinum Member wwwTOPDJcom's Avatar
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    IF ya really want to keep your truck and trailer
    put one of the those NYC parking Boots on ,, one on your truck and one on you trailer, mucho work to get off

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    The next time you leave your house, leave the front door unlocked, the next time you leave your car at the mall, leave it unlocked and you'll see just how fast they single you out because you aren't securing your property. Our locks are now being sold worldwide, our trailer wheel locks are being sold to the department of transportation, and in the cattle business, but our marine locks are still the best sellers. The whole idea is to at least make an attempt to show the thieves that you care about your property. Thanks, Craig

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