Topic: Re: 1950 8N Front Anti Theft
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like said, nothing will stop a real crook.
When you are wiring in your hidden switch,
connect a grounded wire at the points, so turning the switch ON
grounds the points.
slows the hot wire'ers some
hiding a switch in plain sight sometimes works better.
those rear lights that have a button in them to turn the rear light
on or off independent of the headlights is a good spot with some re-wiring of the light.
adding an inline fuse in various spots/systems,
to protect wiring is a good idea anyway,
and you can take the fuses with you
if you are familiar with your machine, switching the wires around
on the distributor cap will aggravate the thief.
park it difficult, against/between trees, a building,etc
to discourage winchers.
park something that really locks behind it.
park it keeping an eye on the approach.
other side of a mudhole or ditch to stop a truck from getting close.
one local farmer who has a small restored JD, parks
one of those giant 8-wheel monsters behind it
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