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post #1 of 61 (permalink) Old 12-18-2008, 08:34 AM
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Here is something everyone can use!

I need to lock up my snowboard can anyone help?

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post #2 of 61 (permalink) Old 12-18-2008, 08:50 AM
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So...it's a Python cable that SCREWS into an insert hole?

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For snowboards... It Comes with a stainless steel cleat that mounts on any of your inserts, The Jaw(lock) then fits around the pin in the cleat. The cable Then runs through the eye of the Jaw (lock) which prevents the Jaw from opening, the cable can then be wraped around and object Ie: you roof racks,boardracks on the slope, a tree a bench you name it. you can also lock multiple boards with one cable asuming you have cleats and jaws for each board.
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Or I can use a regular python lock and not have to deal with a weak point.

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i'm not getting how that works, but what's a python lock?
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I have one for my bike but it's too bulky to keep in my jacket all the time if I were to use it for snowboarding.
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yes ive beem looking for a lock for my kiteboard!!!!!!! ftw
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Why would I want the cleat and "Jaws" if I could just put the python cable through my bindings?
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isent this just spam??? im waiting for it to be taken off like that shit yesterday with the snowboard company looking for retailers.

its probably the same guy. hes gonna trick us into buying kiteboard locks so he can swindle us out of our money, and use it to buy a camera, to take pictures of his homemade boards, so he can sell them to us retailers and kill the us economy.

thats porbably what this is about.
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Ye, it is spam. As a writer I get lots of job offers from people who want you to go to forums and blogs and post their advertisements. The pay is crap and you just end up getting your posts removed anyways.
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