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    Fresh Catch Bribass1's Avatar
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    Security options

    Looking for recommendations for security systems for a Jeep JKU. I know securing a Jeep is difficult, just wondering if anyone has recommendations for systems that aren't the "norm"? Has anyone installed or had success with the Ravelco system? Any other thoughts or ideas would be appreciated!


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    Smith & Wesson, Ruger, Glock, Walther, Browning, the list goes on and on.....

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    Hahaha, thanks! Was fully expecting that as a response.


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    Look into a spot tracker. I have mine set to ever 5 min. It sends location of jeep to me. It's small you can hide it anywhere

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    Plus I can find my wife wherever she is. : )
    Last edited by Crystaliner; 10-04-2016 at 06:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crystaliner View Post
    Look into a spot tracker. I have mine set to ever 5 min. It sends location of jeep to me. It's small you can hide it anywhere

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    Plus I can find my wife wherever she is. : )
    That looks pretty cool -- I'll need to look into it.

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    Knows a Thing or Two Jegar's Avatar
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    I have the Viper alarm system with a pager. I have the sensors set to sensitive and have additional tilt and proximity sensors. The Viper has multiple function options, and I set the shock sensor to silent when I travel, so as not to wake up the other guests with my alarm, and sleep with my keys and gun next to the pillow, and with my Jeep parked in view of my window. It can be a PITA on a windy night, or when the birds are enjoying dive swooping on your top. But I feel it's worth it, reading all of the recent accounts of Jeeps and/or tires & wheels being stolen from driveways and hotels.

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