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    I'm looking for recommendations on how to prevent someone from removing their items from an outdoor storage facility when their payments are past due. With a storage unit you can add locks to their unit and disable their code to the fence. With outdoor storage how do you prevent someone from removing their boat/rv/car etc...?

  • #2
    First: Welcome to the forum.

    Second: You can purchase products from Chateau that are especially made for this.

    Wheel lock tools that lock around the tire and the wheel like big claws, king pin/5th wheel lock, trailer wheel boot lock and trailer ball lock kits depending on the size of ball.
    "Never let the inmates run the asylum!"

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    • #3
      Use a wheel lock(boot) like a city does. You can find them on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Trimax-TCL65-...gateway&sr=8-6

      Or something like it. Also lock down the tow area of the boat/trailer so it cannot be towed out.
      When I had all of my ducks in a row-I realized that most of them were not even mine!

      WA State

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      • #4
        Originally posted by pacnwstorage View Post
        First: Welcome to the forum.

        Second: You can purchase products from Chateau that are especially made for this.

        Wheel lock tools that lock around the tire and the wheel like big claws, king pin/5th wheel lock, trailer wheel boot lock and trailer ball lock kits depending on the size of ball.
        Lol, you're full of more useful information than I am. I didn't think of Chateau.
        When I had all of my ducks in a row-I realized that most of them were not even mine!

        WA State

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