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  • KrisinNC
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    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.

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  • KrisinNC
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    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.

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  • pacnwstorage
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    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.

    Leave a comment:


  • Karen @ 4U
    started a topic Lockout for outdoor storage lots

    Lockout for outdoor storage lots

    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...?

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  • MamaDuke
    Reply to Death of a tenant question
    by MamaDuke
    Different states have different laws. In CA, there is a legal form to be completed and notarized, or they must have the proper court documents. In the meantime, we overlock the space to ensure that no one gets access until we have the proper paperwork.

    We don't want the son to come next...
    Today, 12:18 PM
  • dakselfstorage
    Reply to Where Would You Live?
    by dakselfstorage
    Just spent two nights on the outer edge of Kerrville at a Super 8. It was actually one of the nicer 8's we've stayed in. We did the three twisted sisters near there.
    Love the entire area....
    Today, 12:17 PM
  • pacnwstorage
    Reply to Death of a tenant question
    by pacnwstorage
    IMO, after seeing the certified death certificate and legal paperwork that gives her control of the mother-in-law unit belongings, she can have her name put on the unit and linked to her units. If you wish you can of course reference the mother-in-laws name somewhere on the unit.
    Today, 10:12 AM
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