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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 06-12-2008, 11:09 PM
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I had its twin in my basement until two weeks ago. I had the same issue. I found and threw away the instructions a few days ago. Sorry - I'm no help.

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I've been looking all around and cannot find where to buy an RC python lock. I just got a new board today and am looking for a lock to prevent anybody from stealing it. The python looks the sturdiest, but can't seem to find it on any websites. Since there are a few people who already said they have one, I was wondering if you could tell me where to get one for myself. Thanks
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If you are in Canada you can buy the at Sport Chek.

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I actually live in Wisconsin, is there any online shops that sell them? Is the RC python lock really all that different than a bike lock, becuase I could just go out and buy one of them instead. Thanks
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heey i have the RC python to ^^
looks solid so i think that it scares the methheads away
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anyone have the instructions on how to change the combo on these?

I have one I got free.. and it was working great up till last time up and I couldn't get it off my board. (well, I did, but it hasn't been the same since)

One of the numbers was off. If I can get it set back to the way I want it, it might make it next season.
Set the combo to the current code, press the metal knob into the casing (not the lock hole), set your wanted code, pull the knob out.

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I actually live in Wisconsin, is there any online shops that sell them? Is the RC python lock really all that different than a bike lock, becuase I could just go out and buy one of them instead. Thanks
Bump for an answer? I'm interested in one of these also with the lock station. Anyone know where I can get in the US? Otherwise, I'll have to copy it and do it myself.
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i have a ski key lock... its the easist to carry around, and i havent been to a resort yet wherei cant use it... works great and would be really hard to get the board outta the rack with it in there... they would need to pick the lock or break it.

I would hope that if someone saw a thief messing with a lock they would say or do something, i know i would... and have.

When i bought my board the guy who runs the shop i bought it at set me up with the ski key for free cause he didnt want to see my board get ripped off... pretty cool guy at the shop.
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