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loopylou898

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loopylou898 says:

Garage safety

 after my neighbours garage got broke into im now being paranoid. I have bike in mine and would appreciate any recommendations on best type of lock to use for maximum safety. Thanks

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GuyGraham

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Posts: 62

GuyGraham says:

Try to keep them out, rather than securing bike

Its better practice to spend the money on keeping them out of your garage, rather than spend the money on big locks for inside.
If they can get in easily they can work away at the locks / ground anchors undisturbed.

Invest in better garage door (roller shutter security door instead of up & over) to keep them out, CCTV with motion sensor etc


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Beelady

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Beelady says:

Alarms

Trip wires, blank cartridges and a couple of extras I'm not sharing with anyone.

I don't care if any of them are illegal. So is stealing my bike.

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stevebaldy

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stevebaldy says:

you could always get one of these.....

 

my local home-defence expert !!...:ph43r:

 

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Beelady

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Beelady says:

stevebaldy

Damn! You guessed my secret weapon already :upset:

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