I just saw his thread come up on the Nextdoor app. I believe Rob was able to recover his 60. I’m thinking we need to get a group together and find the culprit who’s been ripping off our rigs. I’ve seen 4 or 5 get stolen just this last week, including mine.
The 1911 might be the second order of business after the kill switch. If only I can figure out how to incorporate the two?
.45-70 lever action might be better at filling the would-be thief's underwear full of poop!
As far as I can tell, no lock cylinders were tampered with and no glass was broken. They probably had a slimjim to pop the lock. As far as getting it running, I think anybody with a moderately worn early 90's toyota key can get these things started. Hell, a popsicle stick would probably work...
Just picked up a club and going to wire in a switch this weekend, and left the transfer in neutral, pulled the efi fuse. The 5 speed, I would think, would be a deterrent for most. Doesn't help when the thief is a greasy old tweeker that grew up on a 3 speed. 🤷♂️
Thanks! Still can't believe I was able to find it 24 hours later. I immediately picked up a club, pulled the efi fuse after I parked it, and left the transfer in neutral. Going to wire in the kill switch(es) this weekend.
Wellllll, couldn't be happier right now. Got a text from a friend of my girlfriend saying that they had spotted my cruiser down the street from their house (about 1.5 miles away from where it was stolen), but with different plates thrown on. Showed up to confirm that it was mine, and sure...
I'd recommend it. I'm kicking myself in the head for not wiring in a kill switch when I was doing the h55 swap a couple years ago. Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda kind of situation for me. Never thought it would happen.