bulldog wheel clamp

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  1. haddy

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    Hi all, can anyone recommend a good wheel clamp for a wheel size 215-R75-16" would prefer bulldog type but can't find one to fit that size of wheel anywhere on the net!:rolleyes:
     
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    waste of money, I can get one of in less than 2 min's:rolleyes::rolleyes:(y)
     
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    We all know that any & all security systems can be overcome, but a clamp is visible which will deter some, plus every security aid will slow them down & make it harder. Hopefully with my alarm, immobiliser, wheel clamp, swiveled & locked front seats etc. etc. will mean they will look for an easier target.
     
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    agreed, just as you say they can be removed,(y)(y)

    no offense:) meant,
     
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    oh yes you can get keys and new locks....exactly the same as used on shop roller shutters.

    helps when you have a master locksmith amongst your friends
     
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    We tried the CA2000 which did not fit well as we are on its limit but the CA2000C http://www.bulldogsecure.com/view/bulldog-ca2000c-centaur-wheel-clamp/109 is the larger version with range of 640-760mm. Big heavy beastie though so don't carry it (have Clutch Claw when touring) but ideal for at home or when in storage.
     
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    Thanks Wombles that's the one im after not cheap thought! Cheapest I've seen is £231 for that size delivered
     
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    There are quite a few videos on youtube showing how easy it is to open those 'cylindrical key' type locks, having said that, my steering wheel clamp has that type fitted and I use it all the time, it might deter a casual thief though ?
     
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