Trek Dreadlocks Resettable Combo Cable

Trek Dreadlocks Resettable Combo Cable
The Dreadlocks Resettable Combo Cable (Small size shown).
$16.99 - $21.99
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Trek’s Dreadlocks Resettable Combo Cable offers dependable bicycle security with a light, self-coiling cable and a resettable 4-digit combination lock. The lock mechanism is easy to use and you can set your own combination as often as you want. This great cable lock is vinyl coated to protect your bike's finish, and it's easy to carry with the included bracket that mounts to your frame.

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN
Small 745889095159 67729
Large 745889095142 67728

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2.0

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Pros

  • Lightweight 
  • Ultra strong 

Cons

  • Weak 

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Got Cut

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from Boulder, CO

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

Cons

  • Weak

Best Uses

Comments:

My bike was locked with this lock to a bike rack in front of a busy store. After only 15 min away came back to a cut lock and no bike. Don't get a cable lock if you like your bike.

3

nice lock, but no room to mount

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from Ft. Wayne, Ind.

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Ultra Strong

Cons

    Best Uses

    Comments:

    The lock seems to be heavy duty but I am having trouble finding a spot to mount it. The instructions show on the saddle post but mine is down to far so there is no room considering there is a strapped on rear reflecter. The bike shop said they normally attach it to the frame above where the water bottle goes. However, the coil will interfere with getting the water bottle out of its braacket. Suppose I could put it on the other frame towards the front, but wanted that for a mini bike pump. Not sure if the coil would fit or have room with a bike pump.Guess I could forget the lock bracket it came with and just wrap the cable around the post. Any suggestions?

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