Bulldog GA80 Fold Down Parking Post -Halfords £15
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Bulldog GA80 Fold Down Parking Post -Halfords £15

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Found 14th Feb 2014
Bulldog GA80 Fold Down Parking Post-Reduced from £66.99

The Bulldog GA80 Fold Down Parking Post is ideal for protecting parking spaces.

Bulldog GA80 Fold Down Parking Post Features & Benefits
■Protect against illegal movement of cars, caravans & motorhomes
■Surface mounted for easy installation
■Complete with hardened shackle stainless steel padlock
■Folds down when not in use
■Stands 710mm high when installed
■Highly visible bright yellow powder coated finish

20 Comments

they got a chain lock too for £40
chain lock

looks like a whole range of bulldog stuff is cheap ..for anyone with a vivaro the van door lock for £20 is a good investment ..the back doors of those things can be popped in seconds.

surface mounted are a waste of time, it will do no more than mark the bumper as they ram it out the way.

Just ordered one.

Id forget its there and end up reversing right into it!! oO
Edited by: "alexhickman89" 14th Feb 2014

People = hell.

Securi pole!

heat added

Can this go in front of a house? Fed up of commuters dumping their cars.
Edited by: "Meena1" 14th Feb 2014

Meena1

Can this go in front of a house? Fed up of commuters dumping their cars.


Not on a public road. Did you buy a house near a station or something like that?

Meena1

Can this go in front of a house? Fed up of commuters dumping their cars.


Petition your council for permit parking

You could always use it for pole dancing.

GoNz017

surface mounted are a waste of time, it will do no more than mark the … surface mounted are a waste of time, it will do no more than mark the bumper as they ram it out the way.



I wouldn't fancy ramming into one of those fixed into a 1m3 recessed kentlidge concrete block or concrete surfacing with 16mm expanding bolt fixings. The base plate looks pretty sturdy, albeit it would need some engineering to accommodate the aforementioned bolts.

Now if was screwed into timber or asphalt I'd be behind you in the que.( That way my bumper wouldn't be scratched )
Edited by: "bbbazman" 15th Feb 2014

bbbazman

I wouldn't fancy ramming into one of those fixed into a 1m3 recessed … I wouldn't fancy ramming into one of those fixed into a 1m3 recessed kentlidge concrete block or concrete surfacing with 16mm expanding bolt fixings. The base plate looks pretty sturdy, albeit it would need some engineering to accommodate the aforementioned bolts.Now if was screwed into timber or asphalt I'd be behind you in the que.( That way my bumper wouldn't be scratched )



I could not agree more, but alas the average halford customer isn't going to go to that extent

I can picture a large percentage using rawl plugs and wood screws :\

Steviebaby

Petition your council for permit parking



Haha, good luck with that one

Sold out, no stock locally or at the warehouse.

Picked up two of these today had reserved the last 2 but they were ex display and padlocks had no keys so they just gave me them free.Any ideas how I can get padlock keys without resorting to bolt cutters?

I reserved two of these & collected them today as it turned out they were both ex display and the padlocks were secured with no
keys.They gave them away free.Anyone know how to get keys for padlocks without using bolt cutters ?

I've got 2 with keys. Can anyone tell me where to get the relevant bolts to fix into concrete?
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