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andyofcolumbusmerkur
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Lockpicking Lawyer

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Jag video. He also has one on the Ford transit.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0qbcvp_wC0
If it was easy everybody would do it.
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i feel bad for the guy who picked this lock on the jag and had to deal with the maintenance for the rest of his life.
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Post by andyofcolumbusmerkur »

Back "in the day" those locks were pretty good security. Better than what you would get with say a 1990 Prelude or Accord. Probably why Ford thought they would be perfect for locking up tools in their new contractor/work van. Of course the criminals will always learn new ways to defeat the locks. After watching a few videos from the LL it makes me realize just how minimal most locks security actually is.
If it was easy everybody would do it.
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