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Stolen: Lifted 2011 Toyota Tacoma Sport

Discussion in 'Southern California' started by SadManGrin, May 21, 2012.

  1. SoCaltaco65

    SoCaltaco65 Well-Known Member

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    SoCaltacomas Posse?
     
  2. The Traveler

    The Traveler REBELTACO

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    Unfortunately, as optimistic as a person I happen to be, the poor truck is likely very far away or reduced to pieces. There are way too many chop shops in LA/OC.... :(

    Best luck would be if somebody just took it for a joyride, but those kinds of thieves don't really know how to bypass an immobilizer switch.
     
  3. rudy0077

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    Fucking w a mans truck is like raping his kids...afghans have the perfect punishment for this...starts with a sword to the hands....and then you hand him a drink.
     
  4. VirginiaBound

    VirginiaBound Whyareyoureadingthis?

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    Sorry bro, I hope it comes up!
     
  5. xgalvanxgx

    xgalvanxgx seymour butts

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    this makes me a sad panda. beautiful truck.. :/ "hang him!" (whoever took it)
     
  6. Goflight2

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    Where in Buena Park was it stolen? I'm in Buena Park off of Crescent, between Beach and Western.
     
  7. WhatThePho?

    WhatThePho? Greg Graffin 2016

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    X2 I'm where crescent jr High was.
     
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    If i was still living in La Habra I'd be looking out for it! hope you get it back!
     
  9. Manwithoutaplan

    Manwithoutaplan the full Monty

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    any luck yet man or no????
     
  10. FarmBoyTaco

    FarmBoyTaco Work Hard, Stay Humble

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    Good luck trying to get this back, someone have an eye out on Craigslist for these parts
     
  11. Greensystemsgo

    Greensystemsgo Self Proclaimed first gen expert :doh:

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    sub'd, good luck!
     
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    jonny Betty White Edition Heep ZJ

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    not just the chipped keys....
    But to steal a lifted tacoma that doesn't exactly "blend in" with the rest of the cars on the streets.

    sucks nonetheless
     
  13. Greensystemsgo

    Greensystemsgo Self Proclaimed first gen expert :doh:

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    Totally blends in unfrotunatly. Most popular midsize truck in america.
     
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    Bummer, sorry....
     
  15. SCSPerformance

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    this sucks. a few months ago a norcal member up here got his 2nd gen taco stolen here as well. we're not sure how they did it, most likely towed away, but i hope it doesn't turn into a common problem.
     
  16. Jerez

    Jerez SoCal LED Dash Swap

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    updates???? :anonymous:
     
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    Sorry, I know this is after your loss but this can help next time. If you were to buy a cheap smart phone and install free "Mobile Phone Locator" app. And hardwire a charger and hide the charger and phone inside the dash some were. Then you will have location of were it's at and if it is on the move. All for a cheap monthly cost of the phone. This is better then Lojack
     
  18. WhiskeyDeltaTango

    WhiskeyDeltaTango Resident Redneck

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    man, sorry for the loss! pieces of shit these days...

    I hope it turns out for the best, brother.
     
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    Best wishes finding your truck. Toyotas have had RFID (Chipped) keys since the mid 2000's. My 08 Tacoma Sport has it and the red flashing light to the right of the clock is that security system. Most of the manufacturer systems can be easily bypassed by the pro. There are far too many stolen vehicles of all sorts for them to be tow jobs. NICB says only about 5-10% might involve towing. Many cars have to be flat-bedded anymore. I had a Ravelco put on mine very soon after I bought it. I am out in the boonies a lot and can' trust cell phone or Lo-Jack to have service...and there are jammers available for less than $200 that take out these systems completely, GPS, too. Alarms...when was the last time you called the police about an alarm going off. Check out the testimonials at www.Ravelco.com and see what I mean. Hope the truck and the thieves are found!
     
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