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#11
But the worrying doesn't help anyway.

In the end it's all "just stuff".

There is agreed-value insurance, or so I've heard.
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(12-04-2017, 12:44 PM)John61CT Wrote: I'd prefer to pay the insurance company,  let them worry about it.

Or, buy a gps tracker. 

There are several on the market, here is one:

http://gpsandtrack.com/trailer-track-gps/
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#13
here's a old thread on what i use http://www.cheaprvliving.com/forums/show...roven+lock

works great for me
I am good with good .... Wonder how she feels about me ?
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(12-04-2017, 01:55 PM)tx2sturgis Wrote: Or, buy a gps tracker. 

There are several on the market, here is one:

http://gpsandtrack.com/trailer-track-gps/

I was looking at gps trackers too.  I'll probably go with a combination of things.  I realize nothing will prevent a thief that is determined to steal something but I want to make it as difficult as possible and then maybe my stuff won't be attractive enough to futz with.  Might even put up a bumper sticker size label saying "This Trailer Has A GPS Tracker Installed" close to the trailer tongue.
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#15
So they go to a little more trouble to find and destroy it
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#16
Just a thought, and probably too far out for most to actually do, but has anybody ever thought about fabricating a removable tongue? At that point you would need to have a tilt flatbed and winch as seen on wreckers to steal it.
Doing the Van thing since the early eighties.
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(12-04-2017, 04:52 PM)Motrukdriver Wrote: Might even put up a bumper sticker size label saying "This Trailer Has A GPS Tracker Installed" close to the trailer tongue.

The sticker might deter someone without an actual tracker installed. Put one of those blinking LED fake alarm lights on it...along with the other locks and such...

Yep.
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#18
Easy peasy, no need to reinvent the wheel

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(12-04-2017, 06:01 PM)Ballenxj Wrote: Just a thought, and probably too far out for most to actually do, but has anybody ever thought about fabricating a removable tongue? At that point you would need to have a tilt flatbed and winch as seen on wreckers to steal it.

You can special order trailers with a female receiver hitch coupler....which does make it a bit harder to steal. 

Those trucks are called 'rollbacks'...and yeah if someone is determined enough, and brings one of those, well....bye bye trailer.
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(12-04-2017, 08:36 AM)highdesertranger Wrote: dang where do you park.  highdesertranger

I gotta go with this! But there's Lots-o-choices to choose from.

https://www.amazon.com/TMS-Wheel-Trailer...B00JLUDA84

https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_sacat=0...ock&_frs=1
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