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#833271 12/14/2020 6:39 PM
by mrcarb
My 65 Atlas does not have a key, it only has a kill switch. Can someone here recommend a key switch and where to place it?

Thank you in advance.
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#833272 Dec 14th a 07:03 PM
by kommando
Your kickstarter is your anti theft device, key switches are easily hot wired, a hidden switch on the kill switch wire is better. But ultimately a van parked next to the bike and 2 well built guys will lft and be gone in 20 secs, no key switch will stop that.
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