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Old 09-08-2019, 10:09 PM   #11
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The cop just left, his suggestion is to empty the toolbox when the truck is unattended, I’m like what about the work truck I’ll be 5 hours unloading and loading it, why don’t we just start doing our job and finding these *******s.
In the old west when someone got caught stealing they cut their arms off, so people knew not to turn their backs on them. Hard to steal that way. Maybe instead of our justice system giving these clowns community service we should go back to the old days.
We need Sherif Joe Arpio for president.
I agree, up here the prisoners cry because they are treated like animals and when addressing them our pansy prime minister starts crying like a two year old that just dropped his ice cream.
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Old 09-09-2019, 12:13 AM   #12
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That really blows man. If you lost any oddball tools let us know I am sure we all would be happy to donate anything we can.


The best way to deal with this is to insure all your ****, keep a list of what you have, and keep all the receipts. And of course put your name on all your tools in many places, even inside if possible. Then after the fact you can check local pawn shops.


I installed a stainless hasp with three 1/4" stainless pop rivets and backup washers on my pickups toolbox. I would love to see a would-be thief drill out three 1/4" stainless pop-rivets. Mind you I only keep a jerry can and some random stuff in there but still.


That cop telling you to empty it every night is phucking retarded. Breaking into a vehicle should carry the same weight as breaking and entering, at least if it's on residential property.


Trail cameras are pretty cheap, reliable, work well at night, and are motion activated.
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That really blows man. If you lost any oddball tools let us know I am sure we all would be happy to donate anything we can.


The best way to deal with this is to insure all your ****, keep a list of what you have, and keep all the receipts. And of course put your name on all your tools in many places, even inside if possible. Then after the fact you can check local pawn shops.


I installed a stainless hasp with three 1/4" stainless pop rivets and backup washers on my pickups toolbox. I would love to see a would-be thief drill out three 1/4" stainless pop-rivets. Mind you I only keep a jerry can and some random stuff in there but still.


That cop telling you to empty it every night is phucking retarded. Breaking into a vehicle should carry the same weight as breaking and entering, at least if it's on residential property.


Trail cameras are pretty cheap, reliable, work well at night, and are motion activated.
Thanks for the offer but I’m not one for handouts. Now the fight with the insurance company starts. Business insurance said no has to go through the building insurance, building insurance said they are in a work truck so the value gets deprecated. Just a total joke. They took in all 1450$ worth of stuff, minus the depreciation 35% comes to $1074 minus my deductible of $1000 I’m get a cheque from insurance for $74 to replace $1450 worth of tools. I told the insurance guy thats unacceptable, insurance is as big of crooks as the sh!tapple that did the stealing. Sad thing is had they been 4’ away in the garage there would be no depreciation They are paying for a new tumbler for the toolbox.
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Thanks for the offer but I’m not one for handouts. Now the fight with the insurance company starts. Business insurance said no has to go through the building insurance, building insurance said they are in a work truck so the value gets deprecated. Just a total joke. They took in all 1450$ worth of stuff, minus the depreciation 35% comes to $1074 minus my deductible of $1000 I’m get a cheque from insurance for $74 to replace $1450 worth of tools. I told the insurance guy thats unacceptable, insurance is as big of crooks as the sh!tapple that did the stealing. Sad thing is had they been 4’ away in the garage there would be no depreciation They are paying for a new tumbler for the toolbox.
That's the reason why I don't pay insurance for my tools, their depreciation makes it useless. Same goes for my vehicles, no insurance other than the minimum. After 10 years your vehicle is worth what they want and what they want is worth 50$. They try me everytime and the last one who pushed it she regretted it.
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