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Old 04-24-2009, 11:47 AM
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Well after posting my thread about my 8ight t 2.0 being stolen out of my truck I see alot of other people are having stuff stolen.

So Post up ways that you protect all your rc stuff. Anything from at your house to transporting and keeping it away from others at the track.


Ill get some pics up soon of what im doing!
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Old 04-24-2009, 11:50 AM
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Lowjack for RC..

Nuff Said..

To bad its not a reality, but maybe it could happen.

Then you could track down the theif and get yours!!
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Get a pit bull. If they still it out of your car they will be lucky to come back with there hands.
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Keep em' dirty!! Thieves only steal shiny things that pawn well
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after reading all this about stolen r/c stuff and it happens at
the track to i will not be leaving some things out on my pit table
any more i have all ways thought it could happen and the sad
part is it may be a fellow racer i will be putting thing in a box
may not lock it but out of site out of mined
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You should just leave a picture of a double barrel laying on top of it. If the risk is not worth the reward then it will not be stolen.
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Originally Posted by JFAB View Post
Well after posting my thread about my 8ight t 2.0 being stolen out of my truck I see alot of other people are having stuff stolen.

So Post up ways that you protect all your rc stuff. Anything from at your house to transporting and keeping it away from others at the track.


Ill get some pics up soon of what im doing!
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Old 04-24-2009, 12:35 PM
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Not quite but close!!!
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You could use Duct Tape



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hire paul coleman.lol
some people suck!
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Chuck Norris watches my pit table for me when I'm on the track. He's really quite effective.
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Originally Posted by rearviewmirror View Post
Chuck Norris watches my pit table for me when I'm on the track. He's really quite effective.
Chuck Norris doesn't throw up if he drinks too much. Chuck Norris throws down!
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I'm sorry the visual on this was just too good I had to blow it up
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Originally Posted by JFAB View Post
Well after posting my thread about my 8ight t 2.0 being stolen out of my truck I see alot of other people are having stuff stolen.

So Post up ways that you protect all your rc stuff. Anything from at your house to transporting and keeping it away from others at the track.


Ill get some pics up soon of what im doing!
Same way you protect all your other stuff....Insurance.
You can get homeowners to cover property taken outside the house,
it's about a 100 buck's a year to add on.
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Originally Posted by SPEED37 View Post
Same way you protect all your other stuff....Insurance.
You can get homeowners to cover property taken outside the house,
it's about a 100 buck's a year to add on.
Yeah my homeowners would have covered it with a $500 doller deductable and + 20% a year.
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