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Old 11-02-04, 11:39 PM
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tacomee
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I have master keys to most all padlocks (all the MasterLock, American and a bunch of others). Mul-T-Lock masters are harder to get and they are a lock tough to break, but it's not really that hard to defeat any padlock. The best padlocks are the round ones with a stainless sheetmetal body and a brass dead action lock-- but this won't fit though a heavy chain like the "New York" Look of a shielded shank that bolt cutters can't easy snip

Kryptonite has been ripping off cyclists for years becuase it's possible to buy a Kyptonite 4 ft square chain (just like the 3 ft NY chain) AND a good quality, shielded shank padlock in some hardware stores and tool outlets for 35 bucks. It seems constuction workers aren't the fools cyclists are with their money.
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