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Pedal Lock SPECIAL OFFER to LZ members

Discussion in 'Stolen Land Rovers' started by Rosie, Mar 30, 2015.

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  1. suggsey

    suggsey Active Member

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    Can you put a picture on here with it in situ and just a bit of interest how long does it take to fit
     
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    Why has noone made a pedal lock box for a puma!
     
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    Adrenalin make one. Theirs is tailor made with different details for each variant of defender model.
     
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    Nice one, they seem like a good starting point for anti theft...my wife doesn't like the idea of a mota Lita steering wheel in the porch
     
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    Pics of a Puma one in my post number 35 of this thread. I think they do two different puma type depending on model year.

    What type of wheel boss have you fitted?
     
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    Haven't got one yet, spent alot of time looking...
     
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    Monkey did you try Flea bay...... I looked and found one for a pussy straight away A021C99C-D39F-4DDA-BA4E-96A6D6B9CFEC.png
     

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    Ha you know what I didn't! What a result.
    I was looking at the xeng ones
     
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    I want one that stays in the vehicle and flops down when you drive......
     
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    Not a lot I can say! Flops down whatever next:rolleyes:
     
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    My Adrenelin defender 300 lock has just arrived , looks good . And not Sussed. It out properly yet , But it looks like it will go where the ardcase.one does , only your heels would be on the extension plate on the inside , need to take a pic . But if I can make a clip/bracket to hold it there it would be handy .
     
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    Stick a bit of rubber mat on the inside edge for your heels . mmmm need to think about this , but its an idea

    have it as in Wimblowdriver 3rd picture , and heels on the shinny plate .
     
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    On short runs I park mine in the passenger footwell. For longer journeys or when carrying a passenger it fastens with a short chain wrapped around a rear seat frame and with the lock pin through one of the chain links. I dread loosing the key (I keep a spare key) as it will be an enormously difficult job to get it off without one. Which also happens to be a very good reason to fit one.
     
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    With regard to all these answers I am left not knowing which would be the best for my Series 3. One short answer would be great and I thank you in advance.
     
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