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Originally Posted by Jimbo lol, was waiting for someone to do that. At first I was like, why did he ...


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Old 06-05-2015, 07:11 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Jimbo View Post
lol, was waiting for someone to do that.
At first I was like, why did he punch in a bunch of random shit... And then I thought, it just @Jimbo , he always does random shit... BUT then a few days later I was like its @Jimbo and was like there is always something in between the lines with this guy. Haha. Thanks for the laugh.

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I ended up going the trunk pin route with my viper.

One end of the loop is connected to the trunk pin the other end ground if it's cut the alarm sounds. Changed the pin from normally open to normally closed and boom it just works!

well most thieves wouldnt really care to look closer at this, but it can be bypassed if you know what you are doing.


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well most thieves wouldn't really care to look closer at this, but it can be bypassed if you know what you are doing.

Yeah aiming at the bolt cutter type rather than the smart ones. I'm gonna wrap up the cables a little more and hit them with some black plastidip to blend them in a little better.
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Did you post pics of the rack on the truck anywhere?
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Did you post pics of the rack on the truck anywhere?
Patients is not your virtue I see, I'm updating my build thread now
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I want it now arggggggghhhhhhhhhh
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So is it possible to do this with out opening the light bar? Is there any other way to do this? I'm doing it to an 02 f250
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So is it possible to do this with out opening the light bar? Is there any other way to do this? I'm doing it to an 02 f250
depends on how secure you want it.


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depends on how secure you want it.
Well there's only a 5" strip of wire visible that can be cut, I want my alarm to go off when the ground wire is cut /disconnected . How would I go about doing this ?
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Well there's only a 5" strip of wire visible that can be cut, I want my alarm to go off when the ground wire is cut /disconnected . How would I go about doing this ?
open the light


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