Originally posted by goose@Dec 2 2004, 11:11 PM
here is something to think about. you go through all that trouble and money parking your sleds in an enclosed trailer and putting reciever locks, good door hinges and locks. all they have to do is remove the nut on the ball and slide it on their reciever, put the nut on and take their time cutting locks off in their garage. so it might be a good idea to buy one more cable and run it through your vehicle frame or hitch and around your trailer toungh some how. :bash:
Originally posted by goldbergrx1@Dec 13 2004, 10:01 PM
you could also take your plugs out over night.................just dont leave a spare next to it :sarcasm:
Originally posted by nitrosleds@Sep 6 2005, 04:48 PM
problem with that one is going to let moisture in the engine
Quite true about key codes - same thing is true with ford vehicles, although there are more variations. Some of you might know that in most cases a key is not required to start the engine anyway. No-------- I will not explain how that is done.The stupid thing about Polaris sleds is that there is only 5 different keys Polaris uses for there sleds. My key in my 1998 600 rmk will fit in my dads 2006 700 rmk. pretty bad . so i suggest switching out the key ignition in in your sled if its a Polaris .