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Old 04-19-2013, 08:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, Sammy is purring with new Weber, Rotor, Cap, Wires Plugs, etc! With an Air Compressor, Horn and Tool Box under the hood my mind wanders to security

Short of an 90 buck cable type device that runs into the cab, anyone got any ideas? I'm toying with a way to add a padlock to the handle in the glovebox.

My Air Compressor charges a 30" long 4" pipe on the frame with a drain and caps at each end. I have a main switch, gauge and horn button on a panel under the steering column The air chuck on the hitch is so I don't have to open the hood to air up on the beach!

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Old 04-22-2013, 01:59 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Move the hood release to another spot but leave the one in the glove box hooked to your air horns.
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I like the way you think!
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back when i was a kid we used to just take a length of light chain hooked to the hood and drop down to the underside and then lock it..... I've gotten in the habit when in the mall of turning the steering wheel hard left and running a cable thru the steering wheel to the seat bracket to keep someone from picking it up and the rear with a tow truck and driving off.
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