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Boat Security at Campgrounds & Motels #12553440
12/28/17 12:55 AM
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Here's some great tips on securing your boat & equipment while on the road; especially the baby camera..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRPlt9Scs8M

Re: Boat Security at Campgrounds & Motels [Re: Pitch] #12553621
12/28/17 02:47 AM
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Pretty cool idea.


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Re: Boat Security at Campgrounds & Motels [Re: Pitch] #12561692
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Good video

Re: Boat Security at Campgrounds & Motels [Re: Pitch] #12562013
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Good information. Thanks for sharing. thumb




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Re: Boat Security at Campgrounds & Motels [Re: Pitch] #12562161
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Good video with a good idea. One tip I will argue as generally worthless was the one about tying the tag end of the cover straps to something else just to create more of a delay. There's just one problem: A thief doesn't care about your boat cover and will simply slice it open or cut the straps - in an instant, using a knife or box cutter. That cover is just like wrapping paper on a Christmas gift that is considered trash between them and their "gift".

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