|09-03-2011 01:42 PM|
|08-31-2011 01:04 PM|
Exactly. I have a main siren that is hidden close to my battery and two piezo pain generators that are mounted in the interior of the jeep.
I have those a perimeter sensor. Extra shock sensor and a magnetic reed switch on the tailgate.
All if that took me around 4 hours to install and I hate alarms. I mean I hate installing alarms. The hardest thing about a jeep is finding where to hide items Making the wire look factory is easy as is finding the wires you need
|08-31-2011 12:46 PM|
|08-31-2011 10:01 AM|
Why not just a really simple alarm with a hood pin switch.
Would give you some protection from someone opening your hood, and it would have a starter kill to help prevent theft of the entire jeep.
You could buy one for under $100. Installation of an alarm in a jeep is extremely easy (to do it right, not just to t-tap it).
|08-31-2011 09:24 AM|
|SirGeorgeKillian||Some razor wire wrapped around it might make someone think twice....|
|08-31-2011 08:52 AM|
|commodore_dude||Why not just get a hood lock?|
|08-31-2011 01:03 AM|
I thought about this... I decided if I was going to do this, I'd install some sort of C clamp that goes through the Battery Tray with two padlocks on the bottom.
I'll do that if the battery gets stolen more than once...
|08-30-2011 10:10 AM|
Here in the USVI jeeps are popular. This time of year (end of summer) everyone is broke do to lack of tourism blah blah. A few friends of mine have had their batteries stolen from the jeeps at night. Has anyone figured out a way to lock the battery without a hood lock? I was thinking just use locktite on all the bolts holding my battery down. Or just throwing a lock on it somewhere to make it look harder to steal than then next guys.