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Old 07-28-2008, 07:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2004 Dodge Ram = Top 10 Stolen Vehicles

2004 Dodge Ram #7 on the list.

Most Stolen Vehicles

Time to upgrade my anti-theft device.
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The '04 Ram has been on the top ten list since '04. In '06 it was the #2 truck on the list, following the ninety-something model chevy's. A year ago a co-worker had an '05 2500 Ram 2wd quad cab 5.9, and when he went to leave work, someone had popped the driver's side door handle. Guess they left it when they realized it was a diesel, or because it had the key sentry ignition. A friend is a reserve deputy sheriff around the memphis area, and he said that is how they steal the dodge, by popping the door handles from the door. At same place of work, we had 2 vehicles stolen with visible security devices being used. So the "club" isn't that difficult to defeat either. They were both taken on first shift in a "secure" parking lot. Personally I think a hidden interrupt switch is still the best. I have done 2 classic cars for friends using the parking brake switch. Very discreet and when done properly is undtectable.
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