My doors were unlocked, and they didn't take anything. They did it just to be a prick! This ever happen to you guys?
Yeah, I've been looking for hard doors, and maybe a hard top if I can find a good enough deal. Problem is, I'm just about to drop $1500 on a new motor and clutch, so funds are low! Ha haThat is why I have solid doors and the back windows are zipped off...
Yeah, I'm a pretty nice guy, and normally like to solve things rationally, but if I catch the person that did this, they will be in bad shape for a while. F-ing with someones vehicle is crossing a line in a big way, in my opinion!Nope but if it did they better never let me find out who did it.
That sucks man.
Thanks! Thing is, I actually had a couple expensive tools in there and some personal info. I accidentally fell asleep on the couch and didn't unload it! I suppose that makes me a pretty lucky guy in the end:thumb: My favorite saying is: When things decided to bad, they went good! Ha haHasnt happened yet... Seems like you took all the precautions we can (unlocked, no valuables). Sorry it happened to you!
I love it...The polite thief! Ha haHas not happened to me yet, the last guy to break into my jeep had the courtesy to unzip my windows before he rummaged through my basically empty interior. I wasn't even that mad, just a part of the Jeep life I guess.
Precisely!Show you just how stupid they are in the begining
Not a bad idea actually!Right now the hot commodities for theives are catalytic converters, truck tailgates and jeep doors. Do yourselves a favor. 1st call your insurance agent and have your comprehensive dropped to 0 deductible (cost me about 20 more per year). Then lock your doors. This way if windows/top are slashed, replacements cost you nothing and having your doors locked makes it a lot harder for someone to steal them.
Good to know!I believe they make an actual lock for the hinges on the doors. Tuffy I think.
Stupid people do stupid things. Sorry they got you too man!