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Old 03-08-2011, 06:04 PM
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Originally Posted by joesimoes2 View Post
They usually take small equipment but if you think your walker is in the list
Those chains will just slow them down like .5 of a second your best lock is to have it insured or install low jack
All walkers are insured for "new replacement" upon theft. Meaning, the second I report a walker stolen I can go down to my dealer and have it replaced and paid for at the time. I pay more to have that coverage on just my walkers but it is well worth it. The locks are meant to make a thief think twice about the work he has to put in. If someone wants your stuff they will find a way to get it, but if the locks give my crews some extra time then thats all I expect. Plus insurance is more willing to scratch a check if they see that you have done everything you can to protect your stuff.
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