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cheat anti-theft device - August 7, 2012, 10:34 AM

I think Kipkay just invented a great anti-theft device for motorcycles. Atleast a deterrent anyhow.

I'll just leave it here. (sorry about the ad attached to his video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFRq...1&feature=plcp


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I like the comment where the guy said he wanted to put one on his girlfriend's vagina.
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June 26, 2014, 03:31 PM

i was surfin the webs the other day and came across a brilliant anchor for a bike for those of us renters who dont readily have something solid to secure their bike to.

get a trash can/horsefeed bucket, thick chain, and scaffolding pipe.

Run the pipe and chain through the bucket and then fill with cement. Use the chain to anchor your bike, and make sure there is no slack on the chain, and that the chain is hanging and not laying on the ground. at the very least it'll help to deter anyone trying to get away with it. Next best thing to a real anchor point .
Additionally, you can go to your local boat shop/marina and get a thicker chain for less $$ than you might be able to get anywhere else. Not necessarily the best, but will be hard as hell to cut


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