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Old 06-29-2014, 08:37 PM   #1
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Anti theft for power cords

Recently we had 30 AMP power installed at the house to plug in while in between trips. We have to use a 30 AMP extension and wonder if anybody has suggestions on something available to clamp and lock at the connection between the two?
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Surge Guard Universal Lock Hasp - TRC 34590-001 - Surge Protectors - Camping World
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Wondering where you live? Downtown Chicago? Detroit?
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Wondering where you live? Downtown Chicago? Detroit?
Well, if you do, let em steal it rather than cutting a nice cord.
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Thanks Platokidd we did see that one but were not sure if it would fit as we could not tell by pics if there is also an opening at the bottom. We could likely still make it fit, through the other openings...
And no, we don't live in DT Chicago😂We live in a suburb about an hour out of a Vancouver, BC Canada.... Crackheads love their copper though so one can never be too over cautious😁


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Thanks Platokidd we did see that one but were not sure if it would fit as we could not tell by pics if there is also an opening at the bottom. We could likely still make it fit, through the other openings...
And no, we don't live in DT Chicago��We live in a suburb about an hour out of a Vancouver, BC Canada.... Crackheads love their copper though so one can never be too over cautious��


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There is a opening in the bottom. I use it to lock my surge protector. If they cut the cord its useless to them
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Thanks so much!!


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Haha... I guess depends who's cutting it, but still like the deterrent



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And no, we don't live in DT Chicago😂We live in a suburb about an hour out of a Vancouver, BC Canada.... Crackheads love their copper though so one can never be too over cautious.[/QUOTE]


Well in that case make em work for it. Can you run the cord in water to help em out a bit! What a youtube video that would be, eh.
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😂😂.... Still kickin!!


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