FAQ - Car Keys & Kitesurfing

What is a kitesurfing resource ?
Motters
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Yea, but in Vietnam all u had to worry about was us stealing ur women.....u thought u were so in with her......and a Wlesh man got there first! lol
Waldo
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No no.. I did let you have her.. i was a gentleman.. :wink:
Motters
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I think we should as the Malcinator or Smitty who was the gentleman........cos i'm sure dry humping every chick (and occassionally a few men) doesn't come under the "code of gentlemanly conduct" :lol:
squiznick
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After being quoted 37 quid for a new replacement standard key (with no alarm) from vauxhall dealer, I started to check other options.

Heres a handy combination padlock which I bought for 20 quid a few months ago.

Since then other retailers have starting stocking them.
You can fit a car key & a a few other valubles in it as well.

http://www.freakfish.co.uk/keypod-car-k ... p-656.html
Zarmple
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ive got one of them, and they are handy.
but i still end up doing the "unchipped key around the neck" thing as its soo much easier than scrabbling around on your knees trying to attach a fiddly padlock to your tail pipe.
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