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Posted: 15.03.2017  ·  #1
I bought a Clutch Claw on Amazon as an extra bit of peace of mind to add to an already fitted steering lock and a motorbike chain...maybe over kill but seems to be an awful amount of Ford Transit based Motorhomes been stolen and if they want mine I am not going to make it easy for them . The claw fits very well I must say.They cost £105 but will maybe do a group discount with any other orders.
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Looks good. :up:


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I used to wrap a chain around the clutch and steering wheel


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Posted: 13.01.2018  ·  #4
Quote by Rimor superbrig

I bought a Clutch Claw on Amazon as an extra bit of peace of mind to add to an already fitted steering lock and a motorbike chain...maybe over kill but seems to be an awful amount of Ford Transit based Motorhomes been stolen and if they want mine I am not going to make it easy for them . The claw fits very well I must say.They cost £105 but will maybe do a group discount with any other orders.


It looks over kill alright, but it will either move them on to an easier Motorhome or dare them to break in to teach you a lesson,
its this easy to break into a transit.....

https://www.google.ie/url?sa=t…BuULvDESkq


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Posted: 13.01.2018  ·  #5
If you have seat swivels its no hardship to drill a hole in it with the chair facing the lounge, and then padlock it in that position.


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Posted: 14.01.2018  ·  #6
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its this easy to break into a transit.....

https://www.google.ie/url?sa=t…BuULvDESkq


I was shocked at watching that video.

Mine is a 2008 Transit, albeit protected by a well chosen steering lock (only because of previous warnings on this very site ) to slow a potential thief down.

This video is of a UK registered 2017 Transit................. compromised within seconds.


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