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Like most radios, mine just has twist knobs to hold it to the bracket.  I used the right length screw to drill a hole through the knob and into the bracket (and not into the radio).  The bracket can't be removed with the radio in place.  A thief would need to figure out the problem and have a short-shaft #2 square drive screwdriver.
Like most radios, mine just has twist knobs to hold it to the bracket. I used the right length screw to drill a hole through the knob and into the bracket (and not into the radio). The bracket can't be removed with the radio in place. A thief would need to figure out the problem and have a short-shaft #2 square drive screwdriver. *
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This is a little plastic-coated stainless wire combination lock generally used to keep people from walking off with your laptop or skateboard.  I bought a lot of 10 cheap on Ebay and use them for electronics, etc.  Good wire snips would cut it, but not a pocket knife or a hard tug.
This is a little plastic-coated stainless wire combination lock generally used to keep people from walking off with your laptop or skateboard. I bought a lot of 10 cheap on Ebay and use them for electronics, etc. Good wire snips would cut it, but not a pocket knife or a hard tug.
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I have two ways to lock my wheels and tires, both bike locks.  When locked, the wheel can't turn and is locked to the leaf spring.  Since the wheels can't turn, I don't use a hitch lock, but I do remove the pin from the folding hitch.
I have two ways to lock my wheels and tires, both bike locks. When locked, the wheel can't turn and is locked to the leaf spring. Since the wheels can't turn, I don't use a hitch lock, but I do remove the pin from the folding hitch.
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The black rectangle is my
The black rectangle is my "customer welcome mat" sensor. It is set up through a relay to blast the horn. It is surprising how long it takes people to figure out what they are doing to set off the alarm.
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