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Old 05-22-2015, 01:30 PM   #21
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Also, I would lock up those generators one way or another. It will only take seconds to have them off of there with a nice sharp knife. Some people are desperate.
I think Honda has a metal theft deterrent "shield" of sorts that attached to the handles to make it more difficult to cut through the handles,
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Old 05-22-2015, 03:06 PM   #22
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I think Honda has a metal theft deterrent "shield" of sorts that attached to the handles to make it more difficult to cut through the handles,
I have it cable locked but I going to put a piece of stainless rod I have laying around and secure to the handle with stainless hose clamps. That will make it a 15-20 min job and should deter everyone except the person that's going to get it no matter what.
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Old 05-22-2015, 03:12 PM   #23
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How exciting. Hope you have a blast and everything goes smooth on your trip. I would like to take a road trip to Alaska one day too!
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Old 05-22-2015, 04:23 PM   #24
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That is my "dream" trip. I look forward to following your posts. Have fun and be safe.
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Wow...I'm jealous. Maybe one day for me. Until then I'll be watching you posts.
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Old 05-24-2015, 06:38 PM   #26
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We did alaska in 2012 from San Diego with a 29 foot Cougar travel trailer. We now have a 2015 Pinnacle and will do trip again. We were on trip for 3 months. Here's our blog from then and you can see stuff we did along the way. There's lots of detail in the blog. If anyone wants a spreadsheet including miles, activities and campgrounds, send me a private email. Sparcat@gmail.com.
https://bethronsalaskarvadventure.sh...ole=-2?role=-2
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Great, thanks. I'll read it.
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Sounds like an exciting adventure. I would love to do that sometime. Be careful and from what I've been reading, you may need a boat to get out of Texas!
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God's blessings and safe travels........looking forward to your progress postings.
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We did alaska in 2012 from San Diego with a 29 foot Cougar travel trailer. We now have a 2015 Pinnacle and will do trip again. We were on trip for 3 months. Here's our blog from then and you can see stuff we did along the way. There's lots of detail in the blog. If anyone wants a spreadsheet including miles, activities and campgrounds, send me a private email. Sparcat@gmail.com.
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