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02-26-2010 08:47 AM
Mr. Polonia [QUOTE=Veccster;264530]Sorry about the loss, man.
I just bought a small cable lock from Amazon for $10. QUOTE]

Even with the lock, al ways lock it where u cant still see it from the lodge.

i have seen a cable dangling off a bar with one binding still attached to it
02-26-2010 08:19 AM
Veccster Sorry about the loss, man.
I just bought a small cable lock from Amazon for $10. It's a Master lock with a 3' cable. No, it's not going to withstand cable cutters but it will deter the scum bag that wants an easy snag. Using bolt cutters is a bit more obvious and not likely. The dousch will just move to the next unlocked board.

With 3ft of cable, I can lock my buddies boards to the fence as well. And it retracts and is small enough to keep in my pocket. Master Lock 4605D 3-Foot Retractable Cable Lock (colors may vary): Home Improvement
02-25-2010 08:17 PM
bikevt Try checking out, its free and they spread the word about stolen items in your area as well as all over the country. The website even hooks up those that have had gear stolen by sending out boards/gear!
02-14-2010 11:30 PM
Magnum626 It's funny I expect someone to steal my car or my bike if I leave it unattended. But a board at a resort where everyone does it? It's not cool. It's like stealing candy from a baby, unethical IMO even for a thief. I tend to eat outside or have someone watch the boards and we get them the food. Karma will get them.
02-14-2010 06:50 PM
AlaskanCrops scumbags is right
02-14-2010 11:28 AM
yusoweird Man I lock up all my stuff even if its cheap. I just don't like the idea of people stealing from me. Makes me so angry even if its a penny. Get a lock to lock your board so it would be harder for the sticky finger scumbags...
02-14-2010 02:24 AM
lylescript Haha! No I am not Senan Gorman, I'm Aaron Lyles. But I suppose I did preach like him! I hear ya on the bike lock, but to tell you the truth, that's only the beginning and doesn't do much for this guy's board. You should always lock your gear, but Karma Army is literally a community of people keeping their eyes and ears open for you and... it's FREE! The security tag system is like $30 or something, but that's like having lojack for your gear. Seems kinda cheap to me for that. Anywho... happy riding out there!
02-13-2010 05:27 PM
NWBoarder Not the best site in the world, but it's free and anything to help can't hurt. I registered my brand new Nitro Volume there.
02-13-2010 03:52 PM
Magnum626 You're not Senan Gorman are you?

Cool site. Interesting sticker tech too. Hmm $30 bucks and 10 bucks a year though. I might just get a bike lock instead.
02-13-2010 03:07 PM
lylescript Dude, I totally feel your pain! I actually ride the Agent myself and it really is a family member to me too. You should sign up for free at Karma Army - We ARE the Front Lines and register your gear.

It's a site that connects like-minded peeps who want to register, protect and even recover their gear. You can upload photos, write a description, include serial numbers, police report numbers, etc. If your stuff is stolen, an alert is sent out to every Karma Army member in your region - further increasing the chances of recovery. They also work with local law enforcement agencies and are on to some other really cool stuff in the fight against theft as well. Hope it helps and best of luck!! Check out these links for them:

Watch -- CTnow
Karma Army - We ARE the Front Lines
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