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Keeper 9 ft. Locking Cam Buckle (2-Pack)
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Keeper

9 ft. Locking Cam Buckle (2-Pack)

$29.99 /each

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Keeper Koastal's 9 ft. Locking Cam Buckle is the perfect solution for securing your kayak, canoe, surfboard sail board and outdoor gear. Its cut-resistant loop design prevents theft and is quick and easy to use. Comes in a convenient 2-pack.

  • Aircraft grade steel cable woven inside
  • Steel locking mechanism
  • Both cam buckle locks are keyed alike and come with two keys each
  • 500 lb. working load limit
  • Weather resistant
  • UV protected

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could I use these to lock up a washer & dryer?

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November 4, 2015
my tenants are using my washer and dryer without my permission. i tried just unhooking them. they do it while im at work. This is the only thing I can think of to do. will this product do what I need it to?
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November 6, 2015
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Hello 1sttimelandlord,
The strap will likely work fine for a standard side load dryer. The strap can be draped around the back of the unit and secured up front.
If your washing machine is a top load model getting the strap to work will be more problematic. To work the strap would need to be draped from underneath the washer and up to the top. For the washing machine I would recommend using a hasp lock Read More
Hello 1sttimelandlord,
The strap will likely work fine for a standard side load dryer. The strap can be draped around the back of the unit and secured up front.
If your washing machine is a top load model getting the strap to work will be more problematic. To work the strap would need to be draped from underneath the washer and up to the top. For the washing machine I would recommend using a hasp lock instead. To attach it you will need to drill into the shell of the washer in order to secure the lock assembly. I've included a link to various hasp locks below. I hope this helps.
Hasp locks:
http://www.homedepot.com/s/hasp%2520lock?NCNI-5
Cheers,
Chris
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