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Old 03-29-2014, 01:57 PM   #57
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Who you callin Honey?
Shhhhhh!

But back to topic...... It's only STUFF. If you cable it down and they want it, they will destroy more.
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Old 03-30-2014, 01:07 PM   #58
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Found this product on the web. Sure would cut down on the number of keys needed.

One-Key Lock Technology - Learns YOUR key the first time you use them — BOLT Locks by Strattec
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Old 03-30-2014, 01:20 PM   #59
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We've got a 25ft security cable that has a loop on each end. A large padlock to lock it together. This cable can generally loop through all of our stuff without a problem.

But I'm sure if someone really wanted our stuff, they could use a cordless grinder and be through that cable or lock in no time. The cable is only to deter mischievous kids or the semi-honest folks...
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Back then, we didn't secure anything except the food if we were in bear country.
Or racoon country.

The DW and I love watching the late night party campers rise at 10:00 a.m. hung over go outside there RV and see their garbage stroon all over there camp site because the were not thinking straight when they went to bed.

OK back on topic - Sorry
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I lock the bikes sometimes and always lock my grill-it's $400.00 wood pellet type. I used a cable found at a thrift store and a padlock.
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Took our portable surge protector to West Marine and made up a stainless lanyard and permanently swaged it to the protector. The other end with a loop that is locked by the jaws of a large lock that fits over the power cord. Nothing else is secured. It all depends how we feel about where we are at the time whether or not we secure the things we don't want to walk away.

While camping on the Chesapeake, a neighbor had his two expensive fishing rods stolen while his two guard dogs slept thru the whole thing...
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Hmmmm

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While camping on the Chesapeake, a neighbor had his two expensive fishing rods stolen while his two guard dogs slept thru the whole thing...
Obviously the dogs didn't fish.
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