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Old 04-19-2014, 08:17 AM   #29
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Used this trick on my boat. Large diameter PVC pipe 14" long. Caps on both ends, one slip on, one glued on with a pipe coming out and glued to a fitting on the bulkhead. A large/bold caption on side of pipe said "Caution--Pressurized Waste!!" Nobody ever took a second glance. Only a fool would've opened it!!

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Originally Posted by CampDaven View Post
No match for 15 seconds with a sawsall
First they would have to get past the alarm system and that sucker is loud. Then they would have to get past the dog, good luck on that one, then they would have to find the safe. One of the SS bolts goes through the frame, kind of shoots the 15 seconds down they had better hoped they brought several metal blades in addition to the wood blade. Once they "played" with their sawsall, they would have to reverse the procedure to get out.

I don't think my MH is the easiest target in the park and my inside storage is even more secure.

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This idea is a version of "beggar my neighbor" policy. Do everything possible to convince people that it is better and easier to break in next door. Generally applied to single family homes, but works for RVs too.
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Old 04-19-2014, 06:47 PM   #32
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This idea is a version of "beggar my neighbor" policy. Do everything possible to convince people that it is better and easier to break in next door. Generally applied to single family homes, but works for RVs too.

Yes! A blinking light. A 25c LED. At the door.

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