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Protect your soft luggage from thieves


NeilW

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Mosko Moto makes two different thickness sliding cable locks for our soft luggage. Yes a determined thief will knife open your expensive luggage  but this is a decent deterrent against the opportunistic thief. You can also secure your jack or helmet  and most likely your ADV boots as well. I certainly won't leave my softbags on overnight at a motel parking lot, but I will walk around a town or take a hike or swim with the bike out of sight. 

Just sharing.

 

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A pair of dirty undies with exposed skid mark will deter all but the most desperate.

 

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Still, the cable might smell a bit better 🤣

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Alcohol! No good story starts with a salad.

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Good gawd man, I'm having dinner and can't unsee that!

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"Men do not quit playing because they grow old, they grow old because they quit playing" Oliver Wendell Holmes - Mods - HDB handguards, Camel-ADV Gut guard, 1 finger clutch, The Fix pedal & Rally pipe, RR side/tail rack, RR 90nm spring & Headlight guard, Rally seat, OEM heated grips- stablemate Beta 520RS

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This wasn’t the direction I thought my post would go….

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Sorry; it's Saturday and work is a little slow today.

I had to amuse myself ( and hopefully a few others ) :flug

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