SecureCaps is once again putting its best foot forward!
The folks at SecureCaps know that it is easy to take a wrong turn in life. After all, the idea of selling a Harley Davidson locking oil cap dipstick came from witnessing acts of vandalism that targeted owners of these motorcycles. Without the locking dipstick cap, the Softail oil tanks and the Flh, Dyna Transfer cases are wide open for anyone in less than 20 seconds to ruin your engine. Since the O.E.M. caps are so simple to remove, they are an easy target for foreign objects to be put into your oil tank or transfer case to ruin your engine when you start up your motor. From our phone calls to market research the acts of crime come from all walks of life and are happening all over the world.
Sometimes, the perpetrators of these acts of stupidity aren’t just teens who have dropped out of school being bored, but can be gangs, disgruntles, haters, or just people that like to do mischievous things. It was this realization that persuaded SecureCaps owners to tackle this problem at its roots as David Clinkenbeard brought to the attention of the Harley-Davidson motor being exposed or wide open unlike the locking gas caps or bags etc.
The folks at Secure Caps daily receive phone calls or emails around the world with testimony after testimony of how their Harley’s bike was a subject of engine failure due to someone putting something into their transfer case or oil tank. While out at the last show SecureCaps was sponsoring they were told about a story of an ex girl friend that put pancake syrup into her boyfriends oil tank, smelled good going down the road, well you know the story, 1500 bucks later. SecureCaps motorcycle parts are for the softail, flh and dyna models.
About Secure Caps
Located at 1411 North Batavia in Orange, the company’s location is open for business Mondays through Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Specializing in quality American made parts with much Motorcycle Accessory Experience, their locking oil tank cap dipsticks for Harley Davidson motorcycles, the owners of the company soon realized that the simple installation of this little gadget could have far-reaching positive consequences on the insurance premiums owners pay for the machines. Since it only takes a small key to lock and unlock the cap, the installation is a snap and the use is convenient. To find out more about SecureCaps contact the company by dialing 949-441-0438 or by visiting the business online at SecureCaps.com.
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