Thanks for that description. It sounds good to me. Hopefully you'll never suffer such an attempted theft anyway.Thanks!! I'm sure that's possible.
The harder you pull the more the wire bites into the groove. And if they get one post free they have the other two to contend with. So I'm hopeful that if there ever is an attempt to rip me off, they'll find that it won't pull out so easily and move on to some other illegal endeavor.
I'm also thinking of some kind of brace or bracket to put on the outside of the frame. There's a manufacturer out there but they don't make one for my bike yet.
Good effort. Certainly better than the total lack of security BMW came up with!To hopefully further prevent an attempt on the theft of my TFT, I came up with a temporary bracket to hopefully thwart any bad intentions..
I'll clean it up and paint it to at least make it somewhat presentable. At least until a permanent solution becomes available.
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If the #%[email protected] is going to steal it I'd prefer to at least know he won't enjoy it. I'm mean like that.Neat idea
My only concern about this type of solution is that the criminal x!#@ who tries to pull off your TFT could break the aluminium (aluminum ) posts, thus rendering the unit useless. Is that possible?
They don't make them for the R1250R yet. I emailed Mark, the proprietor of Cymarc which makes them. He said they're currently working on one for the new RT version of the TFT and would do an R version in the future:Just seen this from the nippy norman site, they sell these now.