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How to protect my bike?

- Sat, 24 Sep 2016 18:02:18 EST CO6r09ic No.38080
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How do you make your bike Theft-Resistant?
Charles Haddlestire - Tue, 27 Sep 2016 09:05:21 EST Iw66y0lD No.38084 Reply

I just tie it up with a chain and padlock. I've always been of the opinion that if someone wants to steal your shit badly enough, it will happen no matter what.
Nigel Fangergold - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 02:19:28 EST oQ6wJ052 No.38086 Reply
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are you saying a chain and a padlock surpass every other high-tech bike-lock out there?
Albert Clucklekan - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 16:55:49 EST uZM6uTGS No.38088 Reply

Most thieves are opportunists. If it takes half a minute longer they'll move on to easier targets. Doesn't really matter what kind of lock/chain you've got.

>>if someone wants to steal your shit badly enough, it will happen no matter what.
Severe Lungfish - Mon, 03 Oct 2016 04:27:12 EST f6unGAWo No.38092 Reply
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on a related note:
Who the fuck thought it is a good idea to sell boltcutter unregulated on the free market?!

So every low-life can steal any bike in broad daylight?!

This shit needs to be regulated and there should be tabs kept on the people who buy these tools!
CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Fri, 07 Oct 2016 05:28:20 EST Iaohw2ZD No.38095 Reply
Fuck you. Don't have a bike if you don't want to take the risk of it getting stolen.
Fucking Billingfoot - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 01:35:46 EST ElhLyxQ2 No.38097 Reply
you can get axles that need special keys for your wheels, secure your seat to the frame with a bit of gear chain enclosed in some scrap tubing, square link chain is made to resist bolt-cutters, also choosing your parking spots wisely, like somewhere in public view, where you can keep an eye on it or bringing it inside when it's not in use. some people ride with two U-locks for both wheels, though U-locks are often broken with car jacks bending them from the inside until they pop.
Shitting Ferryditch - Thu, 27 Oct 2016 00:47:18 EST WRlRIdAs No.38107 Reply
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looks like one could actually ride the bike away with a little effort as well
Clara Turveyshit - Thu, 03 Nov 2016 06:42:56 EST CfRcPIve No.38117 Reply
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If you know how to weld, get some flat bar. About 3/8" thick by 1 inch wide. Bend it into a big ass U. Weld a hinge onto it or bolt it and grind the flats off the bolts so it can't be loosened. Locktite that shit too noob. bend a short L onto the hinge piece so that it overlaps the other side. Then drill a .5" hole through and put a circular lock on that nigga.

Bolt cutters can't cut 1" flat bar. Bolt cutters can't cut round locks. An expensive round lock can't be bump keyed or easily picked. Nobody is going to pop out a portable oxy-acet torch or a battery powered angle grinder to steal your bike. Both are loud and obnoxious as fuck.

>Make your bike look like a total piece of shit too. Stickers, duct tape, rust etc all make your shit look less enticing.

>Purple is lock.
>Red is top bar that hinges.
>Black is the U thing of flat bar.
>Blue is hinge.
Alice Chettingfog - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 12:22:44 EST jWMIDY2n No.38185 Reply
That lock would weigh like fucking 15lbs. And I would say the hinge is the weakest part of that and it's where I'd attack it. Upside down can of air duster and a hammer maybe? Depends on how well you weld.

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