Question about Cycling
No way to fix it. Sounds like they tried to force the clip open, and that stretched the metal, preventing it from locking. Your lock did its job and you still have your bike. Now go out and buy another lock that is better than this one, because I can almost guarantee that who ever tried to take your bike will be back next week and they will not fail then, because they will have the correct tolls to break open your lock then. Get a lock with a guarantee and offer insurance against any one stealing your. They will have to leave the broken lock, in order to get any money from the company that offers the guarabtee against the theft, but at least it is better then getting a cheap lock and when they steal yoiur bike, you get nothing.... throw trhwe old lock away... it has already done its job, and prevented some one from taking your bike once. It won;t last a second attack!
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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