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This Product gives me piece of mind !!!
The Lock/Chain and anchor is is what every bike owner should have no matter how you store your bike
May 13, 2015
Bike still there
Unfortunately, a garage is the cost of a small house in the city of Philadelphia, so I have to keep my bike on the street. My previous bike was stolen outside my house one night. Just picked up and disappeared. So now I keep my new bike locked and covered. As of April 2015, it's still there. Make sure you get the long one.
May 4, 2015
I'm new to motorcycle chains/locks but this one seems like it'll do the job just fine. Build quality is great so far. Easy on and off lock, which can be used as a disc lock as well.
April 20, 2015
This chain is big and heavy and a sure way to make them think twice on taking Your toy's away!
January 26, 2015
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Christopher E:The chain is 38" long so it really depends on how big around the object is that you lock it to, and how close you can get the bike to that object. If you can't get very close to what you want to lock the bike to I would recommend looking into a longer chain. Jul 20, 2014
Shane A:It depends what you're planning on locking it up to. The safe bet is to go with the 2 meter chain. You will probably be able to go around the frame, through a tire, and around a pole before locking it if that is the method you plan to use.Jul 21, 2014