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Tapage

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Thanks .. that the answer that I seaching .. ! :D
 
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Tapage said:
Thanks .. that the answer that I seaching .. ! :D
LOL, the only problem is, I dont know if it is the correct answer. I know that the KC lights are just a 1/2" bolt. So if the Warns are the same it worth a shot. I have seen people drill through the bolt and then just put a paddle lock on there.
 

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stinkyfj60 said:
LOL, the only problem is, I dont know if it is the correct answer. I know that the KC lights are just a 1/2" bolt. So if the Warns are the same it worth a shot. I have seen people drill through the bolt and then just put a paddle lock on there.
hhhummmm good .. but for my ignorance, what is paddle lock . ? ;)
 

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C'mon man, I know you're from Panama but jeez...

And this goes for all "what's it" questions, just go to altavista.com image search and type in what you're lookin for, voila it appears before your very eyes. :D

See what I found. AKA Pad lock, Pad-lock. :D
Pad_Lock.jpg
 

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HawkDriver said:
C'mon man, I know you're from Panama but jeez...

And this goes for all "what's it" questions, just go to altavista.com image search and type in what you're lookin for, voila it appears before your very eyes. :D

See what I found. AKA Pad lock, Pad-lock. :D
:oops:

sorry dude .. but thanks for advice .. ! now I know :D
 

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Just tack weld the standard nuts to the light bolts and be done with it! Those fancy lock nuts can still be grabbed with vise grips or the sockets used to remove locking wheel nuts after you loose the key and are only really a way to separate you from your hard earned cash. Save your cash...and your lights.

HTH,
Nick
 

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Tapage said:
Nice .. ! but I'm not sure my Warn Light SDB-210 have 10 mm or 12 mm bolts .. ? :oops:
Taken from Warn's web page:


Attachment Bolt Dimensions: 13/32"/10mm


I don't think they know either.
 

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Thanks dude .. I need to read better .. :cheers:
 
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