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Re: cut-proof cable for securing dinghy and motor?

We have a 15' bike lock style cable from Home Depot and a Sesame lock. Through the outboard handle looped through it's self, through the gas tank, and up to the mast. Put the lock up in the middle of the deck where you can hear them board you because the cable is really hard to cut but the lock isn't.
Sesame locks are stupid expensive but they're the only ones that survive.

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