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Old 01-02-2012, 12:11 PM
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Default Re: 2 bike stolen in san diego

Originally Posted by cory151 View Post
Great idea but thats not actually the correct way to wire a fencer. Hot side can go to the bike, the other needs to go to ground(literally the ground). Insides of parking garages a concrete and will not conduct a ground.
Take an aluminum screen sliding door from the patio door, lay it down, park the bike on it and clip to the screen frame for ground. The metal may not last long under current, but it doesn't have to. The other popular one is to wire voltage to the door knob and the welcome mat, grow ops often do this to the door of the house with straight 120V AC.
If you want to know who's messing with your rides, use a strong enough DC current and they'll be stuck there (literally) waiting for you to turn it off.


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