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I'm looking to add security to my chippers, both in yard and on some jobs. I have a tw125 and entec 25ph, what would be the best recommendations? I don't mind paying good money if it does the job. Not interested in the £25 where you can still get to the wheel nuts or deflate tyre to remove.

Thanks in advance 👍

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That's the one I have, very solid for on site, imagine a cordless grinder would get through it with a bit of time overnight. They come up on eBay quite a bit, got mine for £50 

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That's the one I have, very solid for on site, imagine a cordless grinder would get through it with a bit of time overnight. They come up on eBay quite a bit, got mine for £50 
Cordless grinders must be responsible for alot of locks and chains needing replaced I'd say
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1 hour ago, felixthelogchopper said:

I've got a Bulldog one, Ben. Feels solid and gets good reviews.     https://www.bulldogsecure.com/view/bulldog-230f-titan-wheel-clamp/107

That's exactly the sort of thing I'm after, thank you. I appreciate that a determined theif will get anything they want.....but we can slow them down 👍

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1 minute ago, Husqvarna King said:

That's exactly the sort of thing I'm after, thank you. I appreciate that a determined theif will get anything they want.....but we can slow them down 👍

Layers of security are best rather than relying on just one thing but its good to make those layers all good ones.

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1 hour ago, billpierce said:
1 hour ago, dan494 said:
That's the one I have, very solid for on site, imagine a cordless grinder would get through it with a bit of time overnight. They come up on eBay quite a bit, got mine for £50 

Cordless grinders must be responsible for alot of locks and chains needing replaced I'd say

Aye, I saw two kids removing a dvla clamp in broad daylight when out surveying. It didn't take them long.

 

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