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Refit is finished.

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by k2mslskier, Jun 15, 2006.

  1. k2mslskier

    k2mslskier 1/2 ton status

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    This is what it looked like before it was stolen...the second and third is how it looks now. The third shows my new anti-theft devices but not all of them, there are a few others that are hidden.
     
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  2. Citizen Rider

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    Those devices cost a good amount? Im sure for you its well worth it since its been stolen..
     
  3. k2mslskier

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    The column lock was free(mother-in-law) owns a locksmith shop, steering wheel removal kit was just over a $100 from Summit and the rest was just a few bucks here and there. The only way they are getting her again is if they hook her up to a tow truck and drag her out of there, which I don't see that happening either since I now park her directly in front of the office manager's window.
     
  4. 1BadK-30

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    the thiefs washed it for you?:D

    glad you recieved your k5 back. had a 891ton and a 03 ranger stolen at my house, the 1ton came back and the ranger didn't. Thank god for gap insurance
     
  5. k2mslskier

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    Hah...I wish. No actually that was taken this past Sunday, two days after I spent 2 hours at the local wash it yourself since I took out in the mud last week after we got some killer rainstorms. Those 35's can kick up some serious rooster tails.

    We have that gap stuff for our Durango, I hope I never have to use it.
     

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