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Old 01-04-2015, 01:21 PM
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Thought I'd post this companies details....
As I had 2 of these Ramraid Poles fitted this morning for a little more added security...Cost was quite cheap @ $800 the pair installed...

If you have interest contact
Colin Klarfeld from Protectapost on 0419 137 075
He's situated in the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne but drives anywhere within reason...

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Old 01-04-2015, 03:18 PM
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They are a good idea, I have the retractable ones fitted to a couple of warehouses. FWIW, I prefer to have them fitted on the outside for a visual deterrent (looks like yours are inside the roller door?). Inside gives the lowlifes a nasty surprise but by that time they've wrecked your door too.
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Old 01-04-2015, 03:45 PM
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They are a good idea, I have the retractable ones fitted to a couple of warehouses. FWIW, I prefer to have them fitted on the outside for a visual deterrent (looks like yours are inside the roller door?). Inside gives the lowlifes a nasty surprise but by that time they've wrecked your door too.
I had them fitted on the inside for the reason being, I thought if there on the outsisde....
It's telling a thief something is good on the inside ?? And worth looking into ??
As the factory I have a few nice cars in looks like a sh#thole.... And I wanted it to remain the way....
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how deep do they go Phil, and do you take them in and out or do they retract into the ground when not in use ?
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how deep do they go Phil, and do you take them in and out or do they retract into the ground when not in use ?
They go in around 30 or 40mm Chris and you just unlock and pull out...
Would definately do some damaged to an unsuspecting morons ride...
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They are a good idea, I have the retractable ones fitted to a couple of warehouses. FWIW, I prefer to have them fitted on the outside for a visual deterrent (looks like yours are inside the roller door?). Inside gives the lowlifes a nasty surprise but by that time they've wrecked your door too.

Hi Rick, I am currently looking into the retractable ones also, what brand do you have ?
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Now with FOUR desirable classics, I can understand the need of increased security.

You need to update your signature Phil!
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Looks like he's done a neat job by drilling straight into the core. Does the existing concrete have to be a certain thickness to have them installed?
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They go in around 30 or 40mm Chris and you just unlock and pull out...
Would definately do some damaged to an unsuspecting morons ride...
30-40mm? Is that all?
I hope it's MUCH more than that..


That image appears to be from his website.. Did you get his mobile number right?
http://www.ceekay.com.au/index.html
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Hi Rick, I am currently looking into the retractable ones also, what brand do you have ?
I did reply to TUFF68's PM but for completeness sake, if anyone's interested mine were supplied and fitted by Boss Bollards in Perth.
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30-40mm? Is that all?
I hope it's MUCH more than that..


That image appears to be from his website.. Did you get his mobile number right?
http://www.ceekay.com.au/index.html
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Looks like he's done a neat job by drilling straight into the core. Does the existing concrete have to be a certain thickness to have them installed?
I'd assume by blackouts pic min 25cm ??
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Just a note to consider with this type of post. We had this style at a previous workshop. Inside the roller door with hoops on the door bottom edge to prevent the being opened. Only problem was water in the hole rusted the internal mechanism over time. Secur a post brand


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