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Does not fit an '07 Triumph 675
I'm sure it's a nice product, but it does not fit my bike, and since I dropped it taking it out of the package and broke some of the plastic, it's now just a $70 paperweight.
February 4, 2014
Built like a Kryptonite lock, need I say more !
Lock does it job of securing the wheels from moving. I like the fact that the lock is bright yellow which warns me to take it off if I happen to forget. It also wards off potential Thief letting them know that this is built by kryptonite and it might be better if the go shopping else wear.
July 9, 2013
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Ron H:When the key is inserted and rotated the pin is released. You then put the pin through a hole in your disc brake rotor and push the lock assembly onto the pin. The result is nobody can roll or ride your bike away. It's a good idea to include the reminder curly cord which you run from the lock to your handlebars to avoid accidentally leaving the lock in place and coming to a sudden stop when you release the clutch! It didn't work for me because the holes in my rotor were too small to accept the pin so make sure you measure before you buy.Oct 24, 2013
Jeffery N:The two halves of the pin separate, you stick the pin half through a hole in your disk brake and then reattach the bolt half. The tire can only rotate less than one turn (the lock will hit the fork).Oct 23, 2013