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Dick_B

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Had them for years. Store them on the side of the RV overnight covered with a tarp which keeps them out of view and protects against the elements. We always stay in commercial campgrounds if that matters.
If you want to lock them to the RV I would suggest a linked chain which is very difficult to cut thru even with a grinder.


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JRscooby wrote:

I have heard of programs people put on family member's phones that let them pin-point where other phones are. Wonder if that tech could be hidden on a e-bike? Locate, meet LEO to recover.



Sure it could just activate find the phone app on you wife's phone then put it in the battery compartment on the bike and use your phone to find it when stolen.

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Amazon has various priced devices that locate a hidden module on your bike. Some have a subscription.
I know this is a post to keep them from getting stolen, but locks only keep the honest folks from getting them.



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I have motion detectors and noise makers on my E bike ,but I'm really not looking to confront someone or jump up in the middle of the night so I just bring them inside the fiver.
The bikes are too expensive for me to take a chance with. I don't believe there is any foolproof way to secure them that doesn't involve me confronting the thief!


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Great ideas. Thanks everyone.


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