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    i saw a truck at my school that had a ball and chain attached to one of his rims. i should have taken a picture of it.. the best imo would be one of thoes boots that police put on the wheels of cars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WRX13oy
    i saw a truck at my school that had a ball and chain attached to one of his rims. i should have taken a picture of it.. the best imo would be one of thoes boots that police put on the wheels of cars.
    That reminds me of the "Simpsons in New York" episode..
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    Quote Originally Posted by timber
    That reminds me of the "Simpsons in New York" episode..
    -Brian

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    Also vote for Ravelco.

    You might also try putting an auto thieves union sticker on the back of your car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrilgrey
    Also vote for Ravelco.
    I hope that you guys haven't, but has anyone with the Ravelco had the "opportunity" to test out how it works?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterC0523
    I hope that you guys haven't, but has anyone with the Ravelco had the "opportunity" to test out how it works?



    Well, knowing how it works you won't have to. Basically, if you had to remove it yourself, say lost the plug and replacement was not possible, plan on spending a weekend tracing wires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrilgrey
    Well, knowing how it works you won't have to. Basically, if you had to remove it yourself, say lost the plug and replacement was not possible, plan on spending a weekend tracing wires.
    Sorry, maybe I should've been a little more specific...

    Has anyone with the Ravelco ever experienced an attempted auto theft?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterC0523
    Sorry, maybe I should've been a little more specific...

    Has anyone with the Ravelco ever experienced an attempted auto theft?
    Yes. This email was frowarded to me from ravelco. The email was sent from the NJ rep to the New England rep then forwarded to me.

    I don't know whether you remeber me. I want to thank
    you for installing Ravelco in my car(Subaru STI).
    Yesterday night some people tried to steal the car but
    they couldn't start it and left it on the road and
    left the scene, they just damaged the ignition I am
    able to drive the car. I trust 100% on Ravelco
    security system, I can sleep peacefully-. I know it
    can only be stolen using a tow truck.

    I moved to Union, NJ last weekend from NY, this
    incident happened in Union.
    -Brian

    Twisty Monster - 335 ft/lb of torque @ 3600 rpm on a stock turbo. Is that possible? Yes it is.

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