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Old 03 February 2012, 16:31   #11
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I fitted a Yamaha outboard lock before (cylinder type) that covers the bolt head. Not cheap, but well made, stainless steel, etc.
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Old 03 February 2012, 17:41   #12
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All locks are there to stop your friends from taking it, if someone determined wants it its gone!

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Old 03 February 2012, 19:55   #13
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My insurance policy requires I have an outboard lock, wheel lock and hitch lock. For the outboard lock i fitted the volcano after reading some reviews.
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We fit and supply the Motor Loc ones. Not the cheapest but they are very good and the locks seem to outlast everything else on the market.
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Old 04 February 2012, 07:39   #15
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Think I might make one, its just a bit of 316 with a locking cap, Using a normal padlock through the end could do the same job as the cap as per on of the first replys. Neither would stop a thief just slow him down, will check with the insurance guys and report back!
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