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Old 08-13-2019, 11:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm seriously considering buying a disc break lock alarm for the Warrior. But I am not sure what size the holes are in the disc plate ?? Does any body know what diameter size pin would fit ??

Amazon has 4mm and 6mm Pin Brake Disc Wheel Security Locks. The one I am looking at is a 6mm https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073WFPY7Y...v_ov_lig_dp_it
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The front rotor vent holes on my 2003 measure over 6mm but 7mm would not work.

I dont have any 2006+ front rotors to measure.

I have non-alarm rotor locks for tours. Alarm types would be an advantage. What is the battery situation? ADDED: ahh, from your link I see the battery cover cannot be removed when the device is installed on the rotor. Clever.
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I hate the alarm locks.. Everyone I see with them they have a real hard time getting it set once and then it give false alarms it seems often. The ones I have seen all seem really sensitive to any kind of movement, overly sensitive like the wind blows and it goes off.
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