This works for me...
Thanks man! He was Riley and about 140# in that pic. I'm sorry to say he is not here anylonger, but waiting for me at a yet to be determined date...NICE Rotty !!!!! I had a 160 lbs German male and a 95 lbs American female until they died. I love Rottys !!!!!!!
Anyway, I keep our machines in the garage, in the back yard, with a security system. In addition, each bike has a disk lock on it while in the garage. And my truck stays parked in front of the gate. IF they can get the bikes around all that, I'll be waiting at the end of the driveway with some friends from either Austria or Switzerland.
Yep. Probably just pushed them away. Or maybe the keys were hanging on the peg board. If they had disk brake locks and a few other things, they would still be there. No locked garage in "Lockport" NY.reading the newspaper last night and 2 quads stolen out of a UNLOCKED garage about 5 miles from me,STUPID!
excellent idea!!!o.k if your machine has efi,than i would install and have installed(for a friend)a car security system with motion sensor and remote,i also installed a remote start system on the same machine(2004 sportsman 700 efi).also polaris has a electronic security system with a number pad that you enter a 4 digit code that electronicly locks the machine,but it is only for the snowmachines.i have this on my 2004 pro-xr 800 snowmachine.but the car system works fine for efi 4-wheelers.
according to the reviews it doesn't workFor those who trust in the dog defense: Take a look
I have 3 dogs in the house. A very large and important folder, money, computer files. Stolen! Not to mention a sonicwall firewall having firmware altered. That's direct connect in person only thing. :susel:
The deterrents only keep dumb or honest folks out.
Best option a chain to thick for bolt cutters and a master lock combination commercial grade lock. If it takes a key it can be "bumped" open in seconds. To think to cut = takes to long. And find a spot that can not be unbolted to remove the chain, & a anchor point hard to remove. It boils down to the weakest link needs to take to long and to much effort. Thieves generally are lazy. :fragez: