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CB1100 Lock
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popgun Offline
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Virginia Beach
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Post: #61
RE: CB1100 Lock
(01-18-2018 04:56 PM)teamvisegrip Wrote:  Yup saw that one but the one that fits has an "E" at the end of the part number not the "D".

But I appreciate the help tremendously! Had to check to be sure.

I emailed Webike and they told me the one that fits is discontinued. 08M53-EWM-000E

Thanks.

Its strange that it is shown as fitting the CB1100 (SC65) though. I wonder what the difference is.

I would say that Guth gives good advice on a tether. I had a U-lock on my ST1300 and forgot it was there. Luckily I discovered it when trying to move the bike by hand and not by riding off...

If you come to a fork in the road, take it!
2013 CB1100
2012 ST1300
(This post was last modified: 01-18-2018 07:20 PM by popgun.)
01-18-2018 07:18 PM
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zippooriginal Offline
1st Service Completed

Deming, NM
Posts: 58
Joined: Jul 2016
Post: #62
RE: CB1100 Lock
I was concerned about security for my CB. I bought a disc lock and a U lock. The disc lock is great but the U lock proved to be cumbersome and somewhat difficult to apply effectively.
I have since bought a second disc lock that is much more useful.
This second disc lock also incorporates a motion sensor that activates
a 110db alarm when disturbed. The combo of the two are easy to use
and excellent.[/size]
01-20-2018 10:39 AM
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2017EX Offline
1st Service Completed

U.S.A.
Posts: 63
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Post: #63
RE: CB1100 Lock
Like many have said here, I initially considered the "U" lock, and thought it would be handy in the stock storage area under the seat. However, I came to the conclusion that the U lock would really only be of benefit if it was long enough to lock the frame of the bike to an immovable object like a sign post, which it is not. I ended up with two small disc locks that store in the in the plastic tray over the battery, under the seat, quite nicely. I agree with Guth that a reminder is needed to go with disc locks. Instead of the cumbersome coiled reminder stretch cord, I found embroidered red & white "Remove Before Flight" cloth key fob tags on EBay for a couple of bucks. I then replaced the metal split key ring, with a heavy rubber band through the eyelet on the end of the tag. Now when I use the disc locks, the rubber band loops over one of my mirrors to remind me to take the disc locks off. The tag is high viz, no scratch, and fits easily in a pants or jacket pocket. I had considered disc locks with built in alarm, but found them to be bulky, and read numerous reviews about what a pain resulting false alarms were. Sometimes using the "KISS" ( keep it simple stupid ) rule is the best way to go, and at least for me it was.
01-20-2018 01:18 PM
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