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Just wondering does anyone know where I could buy a security bollard/pole the type that you can padlock to a ground anchor. Want to put one in front of the shed door to protect the bikes.


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Old 16th October 2019, 05:03 PM #2
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plenty of them standing outside of pubs and clubs on a weekend
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Re: Security poles

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Just wondering does anyone know where I could buy a security bollard/pole the type that you can padlock to a ground anchor. Want to put one in front of the shed door to protect the bikes.


Saw these in Aldi the other day:

https://www.aldi.co.uk/parking-pole/p/017006280867600

I didn't inspect the quality, just saw them in passing on the shelf.
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Saw these in Aldi the other day:

https://www.aldi.co.uk/parking-pole/p/017006280867600

I didn't inspect the quality, just saw them in passing on the shelf.
I saw them. They look shit. You'd rip those bolts out of the floor in seconds. You want something with a bigger footprint or preferably something you concrete in.
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Old 16th October 2019, 05:24 PM #5
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Yeah thanks but I want the same as in the picture
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Was a crew in west Tallaght used to sell them cheap, apparently while their kit came supplied with two keys, they were meant to have three from the manufacturer. I don't suppose ya want the lads phone number.
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Garage defender's a better job :

https://www.ie.screwfix.com/squire-g...B&gclsrc=aw.ds

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Going to get a couple of these, long chain to wrap around the frame...

https://yanchor.com/
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Re: Security poles

I got one before from McGuirk's in Donaghmede. You cement the receiver into the ground and the square padlock is well protected from attack. Size of hole, and amount of concrete with reinforcement will dictate how sturdy it i but the poles themselves are a proper job. I'm not sure if he has any or not but might be worth a try.

http://www.mcguirk-steelworks.ie/contact.html
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plenty of them standing outside of pubs and clubs on a weekend
yup thats what i thought when i read the thread title..
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Got 1, thanks for the help locksmith in navan ordered 1 for me fecking 200
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Get a local welder to make up an anti ram bar and slide it across your shed door.
Drill a hole at 1 end so you can stick a padlock through it and secure it in place.
Use 60 x 60mm box steel.
That's what I did.
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Motion detector in garage linked to my alarm system and phone too.



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Motion detector in garage linked to my alarm system and phone too.



TWO padlocks
sure everyone will know its your place
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TWO padlocks
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Might depend upon which of the two gafs they break into
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Re: Security poles

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Motion detector in garage linked to my alarm system and phone too.



Stick a poachers alarm on that as well and the jobs a good 'un

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bisley-Secu...s%2C147&sr=8-1
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Stick a poachers alarm on that as well and the jobs a good 'un

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bisley-Secu...s%2C147&sr=8-1
Allready alarmed with external bell box on garage aswell as house.
The neighbours love the extra noise.

That poachers alarm mightnt be a bad idea either.
Fuckers wouldn't know what hit them.....

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