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    Re: Rig and sleds stolen in Revy Jan 25th,2014

    Post some pics if you can. Ill watch around Hinton but I doubt they'll come this way-Fuggers!



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    Re: Rig and sleds stolen in Revy Jan 25th,2014

    Quote Originally Posted by Phat Cat View Post
    Yet another Ford stolen. I recently got an InReach and will be hiding it in my truck over nights. I can track it live all night. Even an a smart phone you can track. We need to be prepared for dealing with these fuggin losers who need to steel others belongings instead of getting a real job like the rest of us.

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    How would that work in Valemount where you drive a 1/4 mile out of town and lose service?


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    Re: Rig and sleds stolen in Revy Jan 25th,2014

    Sorry about your stolen property. Just throwing some ideas out there. I have no patients for thieves. Im scared of what I might do if I caught someone stealing my chit. http://www.inreachcanada.com . Of course it would need to be tracked while in cell service or wifi. I dont want to state any more of the obvious.

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    Re: Rig and sleds stolen in Revy Jan 25th,2014

    flipside is the sledders supporting thieves by buying great deals with no questions asked!! hmmmmmm think about that one!!!
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    Re: Rig and sleds stolen in Revy Jan 25th,2014

    Quote Originally Posted by threadkiller View Post
    flipside is the sledders supporting thieves by buying great deals with no questions asked!! hmmmmmm think about that one!!!
    I have never come across any of these great deals Maybe if you do, you should call the cops
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    Re: Rig and sleds stolen in Revy Jan 25th,2014

    Yup. As simple as a phone call to check the VIN when buying a sled that seems too good to be true.
    It's also about making it as inconvenient for them as possible. Good locks on everything and I even put a Kryptonite lock on the trailer wheels overnight (not to mention 2 cable locks and locks on all of the Superclamps). Nothing is fool proof, if someone wants it bad enough it's gone, but the bigger pain in the ass it is, the longer it takes them and more likely they'll skip it.

    I'm not even surprised anymore when someone says Ford and sleds stolen from Best Western, seems to be the fairly constant items in these reports.
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    Re: Rig and sleds stolen in Revy Jan 25th,2014

    you would think the best western would get more camera's,or guys with big guns like x-army sharp shooters patrolling the parking lots?

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    Re: Rig and sleds stolen in Revy Jan 25th,2014

    Quote Originally Posted by LUCKY 7 View Post
    you would think the best western would get more camera's,or guys with big guns like x-army sharp shooters patrolling the parking lots?
    Hmm, good idea, I know a couple......
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    Re: Rig and sleds stolen in Revy Jan 25th,2014

    Quote Originally Posted by bents View Post
    They wouldn't have had any idea what they were getting until they cracked open the trailer. If there's any consolation, it would be the look of disappointment on their faces when they found out what they got. That's not the point either. Old or not, it was worth more to us than what insurance will cover.

    Security guard WAS supposedly on duty all night last night, for what it was worth. Security cameras weren't of much use as we were parked a bit too far away to make out any detail. 30 seconds to get into the truck, 25 more and they were heading out of the parking lot.

    Contrary to my belief, pulling the starter relay fuse is NOT a deterrent.
    I hope they fired that security guard.
    Pulling the fuses won't do it cause these guys know where to look and lots of times move a fuse or relay around and away they go.
    Best thing to have is a hidden interruptor switch for the ecm power. Takes a little work and you need to dig into the wiring/fuse box a little but much needed if you drive a Ford. Or anything I guess if your gonna stay in Revy!!


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    Re: Rig and sleds stolen in Revy Jan 25th,2014

    We just got back home, so I'm organized enough now to post some pics. Wow, what a pain in the arse to get a cross-provincial, one-way car rental out of Revy. Big thanks to Selkirk Car Rentals of Revy for stepping up. The main line rental companies in Salmon Arm and Vernon wouldn't even talk to us.

    I'll try to give a few more details on identifying features of each, and post some pics as well. Pardon the 'action' shots. lol... These aren't all great pics, but wth... Note to self - take good pictures of your stuff in the event you need them for this very purpose.

    Details that come to mind:
    2006 F-350 cc XLT Lariat 4x4, charcoal, tan. Checkerplate tool box in back. Truck Town (Camrose) decal in back window. Brand new Good Year Duratrac tires (factory size)
    2006 Wells Cargo v-nose sled trailer, white, long crease (gash) down driver's side where buddy turned too short around the garbage dumpster in his yard
    2014 YZ450F bike, white, with Timbersled MtnHorse kit, FMF pipe, pro-taper bars, stabilizer and riser, Mtn Addiction tunnel mount fuel cell, brand new with no other identifying marks
    2004 Polaris VE 800 159", red and silver, absolutely stock and stock looking, no unique dents, cracks or scratches
    2002 Summit X 800 151", blue, electric start, MBRP can, looks pretty much stock (I don't have any pics of this sled on my computer)
    1999 Summit 600 136", blue, polished tunnel, small Camrose Cycle sticker on center of hood, 3500 psi hydraulic hose mtn strap (replacing flacid factory mtn strap), MBRP can, not a mark on it.

    Here are a couple of pictures of what they (used to) look like before Friday night. My apologies if they don't post right. I've never posted pics before.

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    security cam pic of trailer (only one I have of trailer) as it is leaving parking lot. It's the one on the left of the picture.
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