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How to Protect Your RV's Expensive Batteries!

by Bob Beatty
(Redding Ca.)

How to Protect Your RV's Expensive Batteries!

How to Protect Your RV's Expensive Batteries!

How to Protect Your RV's Expensive Batteries!
Propane Lock by Batteryshackle
gallery of battery locks by Batteryshackle

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WOW I have been looking for this for a while (Batteryshackle) very secure RV battery lock check it out on amazon...!

Editor's Note: Here is some more information on the Batteryshackle: this 1/8th of an inch thick steel lock is the perfect way to protect your battery. One size fits most batteries, but they offer a 27″ so as to better conform to a smaller battery.

The Battery Shackle has a hinge that makes it accessible with zero horizontal clearance. No tools are required and it takes three padlocks.

It is impossible to move without grinders, bolt cutters, or a cutting torch, so you know your battery is secure.

How It Works

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The Battery Shackle comes in three pieces:

One that goes underneath

One that goes on top

And a bar that goes through the middle of the battery boxes

It is very user friendly, and easy to install. Typically under 2 minutes- no tools required.

It is available for single or dual battery configurations.

Take a look at the video below to see how easy it is to install Batteryshackle on your RV.



Batteryshackle also makes a Propane Lock (pictured above) to secure your RV's Propane tanks.

Easy To Install

Apply two nuts (included), and tighten.

Place propane lock over nuts, and apply lock.

Take a look at the video below to see how easy it is to secure your Propane tank/s with the Batteryshackle Propane Lock on your RV

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Yes, it is that simple.

But wait there's more: Batteryshackle just came out with a new Portable Generator Lock (pictured above) for Honda and Yamaha generators. This device allows you to secure your portable generator in a cage that can either be welded or chained to the frame of your RV. Take a look at the short video below for more information:


I hope that this information has been helpful to you.
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by: JEFF - Bakersfield

A friend had his battery stolen from his trailer as it sat in his driveway. Thieves cut the cables and walked away with the battery in seconds. He purchased a battery shackle to prevent future thefts. I went ahead and got one as well. The ease of installation of this device is amazing. Battery thefts in this area are on the rise and this is a "must have" item.

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