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post #1 of 4 Old 06-27-2012, 06:34 PM Thread Starter Rookie
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Aftermarket alarm system

Got a 2012 350 6.7 cc srw with about every option. My last 350 was stolen and totaled. I want to employ a multi-level security system in this new truck...something to tell me if someone be messing around with my truck so I can visit them with the .45. Anyone have any experience installing a viper or compustar system with two way paging? Anyone know where I could maybe get some installation help in the form of wiring diagrams or other info?
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i cant tell u anything about that but u should start with a lowjack system
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I've got other systems that are redundant that make it nearly impossible to start the truck. I want a warning system to tell me if its being drug onto a flatbed or compromised in another way Thieves see any large screen on the dash and they start salivating.
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Clifford two way here with tilt sensor for the wheels, prox sensor for cab, piezio siren inside the cab (intensely painful), jimmi jammers on all doors, door key lock removed with plug. I could go a couple more levels but the key is to make your truck a difficult target and hopefully they move to the next vehicle that is easy pickens. Someone looks in my windows it will let you know to move on to an easier target. Had the Clifford professionally installed but Jimmi Jammers, tailgate keeper installed by me. I display the Jimmi Jammer stickers on the driver window above the door handle hoping they see it knowing it won't be a quick punch the lock or pry the door handle out 15 sec job and move on. Ravelco and a LoJack would be the next levels.

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