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Old 03-21-2020, 11:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I had my 2018 Stealth inline trailer with my three sleds stolen out of my dental office parking lot 3/20/20 just before midnight. There is video from my neighbor as to time. Included in the theft were two 2016 Rush ProS 600s ES and One 2018 same model. If anyone has any info or sees any suspicious sleds come for sale please let me know.
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Old 03-21-2020, 11:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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well that sucks, I hope they find them for you fast, and if not, hope your insurance covers things for you, I hate people that steal others things, just low life dirt balls, that should be shot on sight IMO!
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When they find out they're not Ski-Doos, they'll likely bring them back....

Sucks, but at least your insurance will buy you new stuff. Did the trailer have any sort of coupler locks, etc., on it? Any camera footage of the theft?
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Old 03-22-2020, 02:27 AM   #4 (permalink)
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All doors were padlocked and coupler latch was pinned locked down with a master lock. Trailer was in a well lit dental office parking lot immediately next to a well lit Toyota dealership. They have video of it leaving. The intersection near should have good video we hope as well.
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That blows.
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your a ass hole david pumpkins,i guess the skidoo coment sums it up.your a ski doo rider go figure.sorry about your sleds and trailor hopefully they find them in the condition they were when they stole them ,sucks.maybe pumpkins is right once they fond out there not ski doos they will bring them back becauce thats the kind of people that ride ski doos .
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All doors were padlocked and coupler latch was pinned locked down with a master lock. Trailer was in a well lit dental office parking lot immediately next to a well lit Toyota dealership. They have video of it leaving. The intersection near should have good video we hope as well.
Sorry for your loss, but it sounds like pro's, or a repo job. Generally in your case thief's won't go though the trouble if all is locked up. Hopefully its all fully insured. Hope you find them if so.
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Quality looking sleds, love that trailer, but your covered for insurance and they cant
hide that trailer for long. You wrote, coupler latch was pinned locked down with a

master lock, theres your weakness. Its all over the web guy that most of these master
locks have security flaws built right into there locks. Why would you lock a $10,000 trailer

with it. Some quality locks start here, amplock.com which i use on my coupler hitch,
abuslocks.com Stanley 24/7 lock and there all a good quality lock theft deterrents.
Also there are plenty of security cameras to use and hide out of sight to protect your

stuff. HCS members can benefit from this info also........
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The older master lock you could pick in less than a couple seconds, newer ones not so much.
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Quality looking sleds, love that trailer, but your covered for insurance and they cant
hide that trailer for long. You wrote, coupler latch was pinned locked down with a

master lock, theres your weakness. Its all over the web guy that most of these master
locks have security flaws built right into there locks. Why would you lock a $10,000 trailer

with it. Some quality locks start here, amplock.com which i use on my coupler hitch,
abuslocks.com Stanley 24/7 lock and there all a good quality lock theft deterrents.
Also there are plenty of security cameras to use and hide out of sight to protect your

stuff. HCS members can benefit from this info also........
In the bold, thank you for posting this. I'm getting one of those for my enclosed trailer. That is some first class stuff !
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