Old 07-21-06, 07:53 AM
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Hi there - let me jump in for a minute and see if I can help out with some confusion here.

filtersweep - if your lock came with a bracket then I'm sorry to say it probably isn't a New York Fahgettaboudit U-lock. It's too heavy for the bracket we have now - we're working on that! Also, it's only been out for a couple of months so I wouldn't think anyone would have it on clearance yet. Let us all know if they do, though, because $35 for a New York Fahgettaboudit U-lock? Yikes! Share the wealth with your fellow forum members!

mechBqon - yes, it is quite tough...we're proud of the new 'baby'

nova - Kryptonite has not sold any product with a tubular cylinder in almost two years. It's a disc-style cylinder, like the standard New York Lock, but it has more discs and a unique coding system. No worries there.

wearetheborg - if you want a tough lock that still fits in your back pocket, this is a great little lock.
No matter what you choose, don't leave your bike unlocked for even one more day. Go get a lock before a thief gets your bike.

Safe, happy riding this weekend!
Donna
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