If you lived in New Jersey and your STi was stollen out of your driveway while you were home it would look different to you.Derek said:I can understand the reasoning behind such a device; however it looks a bit ridiculous IMO. While I like security I couldn't bring myself to attach that thing to my Liz.
I can see myself doing it, forget the thief!Surferjer said:I envision someone trying to steal your car and not seeing this version of the Denver Boot. And subsequently shredding your clam. :huh:
I keep it on the driver's side with the wheel turned out. I doubt I'll ever miss it even if I forget. It is really just for those predictable "same place, same time" senarios like home and office.doma said:>If you lived in New Jersey and your STi was stollen
>out of your driveway while you were home it would
>look different to you.
Yeah, getting hit teaches you to allways be on-gaurd.
When we lived in Pittsburgh we had our Subaru's windows smashed and the stereo ripped out twice in two years (Greentree no less!)
Now, out in Cal, I've installed 24/7 video coverage of my stable and driveway.
Re the boot ... I'm a klutz and would forget it's there one day and destroy the clam & caliper. But if it works for you then cool.