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  1. Join Date
    Aug 2003
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    #11
    opo tatanggalin lang nila yung hangin ng gulong...yun na yun anggat lang sa ilalim yung spare tire and wala na huhuhu

    ako kinuha sa mismong mall pa ng ever gotesco...tapos naka smile sa akin yung security guard pag alis ko...nagtataka ako di naman nag iismile mga guards lol....pag dating pampanga sa bahay maglilinis ako ng vanette...ayun.....rrrrrrrrrrrrrr freakin A !*#$*%!#^#$%^

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    #12
    loko yung mga secu na yun ah! dapat matigok na!

    now that you've mentioned it...I just remembered that I haven't replaced my locks for the spare!

    kung kadena ang kukunin ko, hindi kaya kalawangin ang chassis at yun kadena mismo?

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    #13
    kung normal tire locks, diba pwede nilang putulin? or kadena lang talaga ang best alternative.

  4. Join Date
    Apr 2004
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    #14
    ok din yan Solex lock pre pero i suggest you use Chain lang and Abloy Locks na Stainless (Springless) w/c doesn't get stucked. OK na yun. YUn Solex mo OEM na use yan ng mga SUV like Pajero.

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    #15
    OO nga no?! badtrip kahit pala tong rod type solex lang mukhang pwedeng tanggalin pag binawasan yung hangin :praning: Got to warn my bro right away tsk tsk. dapat kadena and padlock na nga lang.


    sync3,
    iba tong solex lock na napost ko check out the pics at the first page. yung sa Pajero yung yung lugnut type lock for tailgate mounted spare tire.

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    #16
    Look for the all-weather locks are harder as well... they can easily break the regular locks IMO.

    Kung sa chain, thats why i got the Masterlock Chain with coating... no problemo sa kalawang and its also claimed to be harder to cut.

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    #17
    is this the same masterlock chain used for bikes? hindi ba nadudumihan ng sobra? I'll be using it in my pickup.

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    #18
    Sa mga naka Expe na luma, dali nakawin spare tire nyo, the gap between the bumper and the rear tailgate is large enough to insert a 1/2 inch rod to safely lower the spare tire. May client kami dita nanakawan sya, the only trace of entry was light scuffs dun sa edge ng tailgate.

    Silipin nyo yung butas where you insert the rod sa expe, kitang kita.

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    #19
    Lahat ng bagay na ilalagay mo sa underchassis madudumihan, unless nakapark lang yan sa garahe. :bwahaha:

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    #20
    Re. Masterlock Chain: Somewhat similar but the get the one with a bigger size( Length and diameter) and without a built-in lock (yung pang bike ang may built-in lock).

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