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Loc-R-Bar Alarm Lock #10662005 03/02/15 09:50 PM
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I recently purchased a Loc-R-Bar and installed it in my boat. I have a question about the Alarm Lock. Do you use it when trailering? Concerned the movement will cause it to go off. If that happens, I assume I will have to use a standard lock.

Re: Loc-R-Bar Alarm Lock [Re: PickensTJ] #10663267 03/03/15 08:04 AM
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I have used the loc r bar alarm lock and it did go off driving down the road.

Re: Loc-R-Bar Alarm Lock [Re: PickensTJ] #10663560 03/03/15 01:55 PM
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if you turn the lock around, not the shank, the alarm is in the off position.

Re: Loc-R-Bar Alarm Lock [Re: RANGER SKI] #10663858 03/03/15 03:35 PM
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Ah...I didn't realize there was an "off" option. That was probably written on that piece of paper that came with it. And, it is good to know it didn't go off when on. Thanks guys!

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