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Offline MrMoon

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Re: Anywhere to secure a chain to on the 1050 (excluding wheels)?
« Reply #10 on: 06 December, 2018, 06:54:59 PM »
I managed to get my chain through the swingarm and then to a wall anchor. I get scratches on the pannier when parking, but can live with that.





The bike carries a Monimoto alarm which gives me a call if the bike is moving, including gps location.
I also installed a led floodlight with motion sensor, but that seems to be a fun thing to play with according to my cat 😂

Offline vseye

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Re: Anywhere to secure a chain to on the 1050 (excluding wheels)?
« Reply #11 on: 06 December, 2018, 10:30:05 PM »
https://securityforbikes.com/products.php?cat=Anti-Pinch+Pin

Pragmasis do what they call an anti pinch pin which is effectively a high strength bar which is 'poked' through small apertures on the the bike frame/engine where a chain won't fit. The chain attaches to it but you have to have the proper padlock. It's a neat design if it fits in with what you are trying to do.
Roger H