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By  DocBastard  |  47

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By  DocBastard  |  47

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By  kaiyybee  |  18

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  ohro  |  18

It was custom made, it would be smart to have already had a lock before it getting stolen. Check Craigslist incase someone might have posted it!

By  hasucksforyou  |  15

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  DWordHead16  |  33

Okay, correction; it could have been not locked up good enough if it got stolen. I kinda realized that after my first comment, lol. But that makes me wonder a lot. How bad could it have been locked up if someone stole it? Are some locks just shitty?

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  NeatNit  |  33

Bike thieves can cut most bike locks like butter. With the right tools (which are very simple to buy) you can cut through just about anything. I don't know about solid steel chains, but I wouldn't be surprised if there was a way to cut that as well.

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  DWordHead16  |  33

#23: yeah, I guess so. Thanks for telling me so I'll be more aware. I've never owned a bike lock of any sort.. I'll keep that in mind when I buy one. My neighbor is quite a bike thief.

By  BntyHntrSeattle  |  43

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  TogeBara  |  35

Who said that OP didn't have one? I've SEEN people in the United States pop those locks in anywhere from 30 seconds to 3 minutes and walk off with the bike. It isn't hard, it just takes bolt cutters and an attitude like you own the place and people wont even notice majority of the time.

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  TheDrifter  |  35

A set of hydraulic snips and a so what attitude and you can have any bike you want in 5 seconds or less. That's why couriers take their seat, so nobody wants their bike.

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