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How can you protect your vehcile from getting your catalytic convertor stolen?

How can you protect your vehcile from getting your catalytic convertor stolen?

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The only difference would be is that the pool door would have a Reed switch on it (otherwise known as a mag, which is a magnet that when it's not connected it would signal to a control room or to a mobile phone) and the home alarm system would have a series of zones with different types of alarms (PIR, MAG's, etc) If it's monitored it probably means that the pool door would signal as a higher priority than a movement sensor. I'm assuming another difference would be that the Pool door would be silent, whereas the house alarms would have a strobe and siren. They are pretty much the same thing though, it just depends on whether your house alarms are monitored or not - if they aren't the difference would be that the pool door would definitely be monitored otherwise it would serve little purpose. On top of that - the pool door alarm would be armed 24 hrs - unless disarmed by a master code for use of the pool. The house alarms would be turned on and off all the time.
medium action ugly stick and a shimano fx 3000 or xt 300 spinning set up is my preference. approximate cost $45-$55

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