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Re: Pipe hinges

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Bernsy Mn.

12-11-2012 15:40:57

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Nice hinges, I've built a few sort of like that for gates. I like your padlock hider, I made a couple using flat stock but your half inch stock makes for easier applications. I haven't had a crowbar artist get through one yet. Burnsy

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12-11-2012 16:05:14

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 Re: Pipe hinges in reply to Bernsy Mn., 12-11-2012 15:40:57  
Bernsy back then where I live there are more chain saws than hack saws. I figured if someone wanted in the barn they would just cut a hole in the side of the barn. :lol:

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12-11-2012 20:43:46

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 Re: Pipe hinges in reply to Puddles, 12-11-2012 16:05:14  
Years ago Dad built a combinition door guard/entry ramp for an outbuilding at my Uncles church. The building had been broken into and they wanted the door blocked and a ramp to get the mower in too, so Dad build a piece that did both. A few weeks after installing it they went down to the shed to get the mower, dropped the guard/ramp, and opened the door. What a suprise they got when they saw there was a hole cut in the back of the building and their NEW mower was gone.

Yep, regardless of the type of lock, all a lock does is keep an honest man honest.........

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