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    I saw an old article about someone that had a company that sold abus locks at a great price. I am looking to use those as my over locks and am looking for that info again as i can't seem to find that post. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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    Call Penny or Deonne at 800-562-7900 or direct at 602-443-1524. You can get them thru Move 'N Store and are out of AZ. I get all my ABUS locks thru these people. I used to deal with Patty but she left the company and now I have dealt with the two ladies I recommended. Good luck. PM me if you need more info.
    "Never let the inmates run the asylum!"

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