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Topic Review (Newest First)
07-17-2012 01:29 AM
jcf The thread is still open & must have been the staff's decision to keep it up, thats if it was reported in the first place because we always look at reported threads. I don't recall it myself but may have been away at the time
07-16-2012 12:36 PM
07-14-2012 10:54 AM
Wranglee Was any action taken on this request?
06-06-2012 04:59 PM
MODS, please remove thread for security

Moderators, if your listening there is the dumbest thread in the JK section about how to steal jeep Wrangler doors complete with pictures of how to remove the doors while they are locked.

Titled "stolen doors".

This thread teaches thieves how to break into CJ,s JK's, TJ's basically Jeeps of all years with a simple socket wrench. The intent was not to teach thieves but they can read it and learn it just the same.

Not the type of wrenching content we should be supporting on this forum.

Please remove this thread, the pictures and all of it's "how to" content. Car thieves use the internet to cruise automotive forums for just this type of information.
They will often register and ask questions like "locked my keys in my Jeep, how do I get in?".

Break in or theft tutorials of any kind should be banned from the forum.

Thank you!

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