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Dec 13, 9:22pm - #350576 
where can i get a slim jim

where can i get a slim jim to break into cars?? ha ha that came out wrong, i need/want it cause my dad as of late has been locking his keys in his car and we are losing track of how many keys he has, (hes actually losing his mind...)

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Dec 13, 9:32pm - #350577 
Originally Posted by CelicaRacer05
where can i get a slim jim to break into cars??


rofl

Try the "Everyting Car Theft" forum.

Seriously, try calling a locksmith, or just a dealer.


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Dec 13, 9:40pm - #350578 
dude even if you buy a slim jim, theyre not easy to operate at all and ur gonna have a reall tough time opening the doors.
the solution is not a slim jim, its a new alarm system that doesnt look itself if the keys of the car are inside

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Dec 13, 9:48pm - #350579 
This is the best tool ever invented for breaking into cars:

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Dec 13, 9:50pm - #350580 
^^^ rofl rofl rofl

Why would you want to break into a car, what are you some sort of lowlife or something? wtf kinda thread are you starting?


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Dec 13, 9:52pm - #350581 
most of the time you need to prove your a lock smith and hold the license for being a lock smith


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Dec 13, 9:55pm - #350582 
I can literally pick my door lock with a pencil or a pen. rofl

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Dec 13, 9:56pm - #350583 
go into a GHEY bar and find a slim guy named "jim"

yeah please no ghey questions here, but sorry about your dad dude.


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Dec 13, 9:58pm - #350584 
There are plenty of online shops that will sell this kind of stuff. As others have said, from what I have seen they are not very effective with many new cars. I worked a summer in a parking lot at a beach and most of the new cars cops had a really hard time breaking in to with a slimjim.

I think it would be easier if you just had an extra set of keys that all your family members carried for him. This way if he is locked out you just go use yours and get his keys back for him. Or even better, get a huge lanyard for the keys so they are hard to miss.

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Dec 13, 10:50pm - #350585 
Originally Posted by RevMonster
This is the best tool ever invented for breaking into cars:

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Dec 13, 11:46pm - #350586 
why spend money on a slim jim when a metal coat hanger will do the same job at a cheaper price.


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Dec 14, 1:46am - #350587 
i bought one from autozone like six years ago...

gals (a police/emt/fire catalog) has 'em...

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Dec 14, 2:11am - #350588 


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Dec 14, 10:25am - #350589 
^

As usual Isaac comes through! Do you need some sort of license to be able to buy one though?


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Dec 14, 10:35am - #350590 
i was at a shell gas station this morning and they had 2...they were selling them for $2.00 each.


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Dec 14, 11:34am - #350591 
my friends subaru was so hard to get into when he called a locksmith, that the guy had to make a key right there to gain access to his car. Of course, he gave the key he made to my friend, but think of that, what if you were a locksmith. You could make a key for any car you wanted and take it so easily...


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Dec 14, 10:16pm - #350592 
Originally Posted by RevMonster
This is the best tool ever invented for breaking into cars:

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ha ha reminds me of Team america when they tell Gary Johnston that if he gets in any trouble that he might need "this" then Spotswood passes him a rusty hammer, ha ha that was hilarious


Originally Posted by Polykarb
^^^ rofl rofl rofl

Why would you want to break into a car, what are you some sort of lowlife or something? wtf kinda thread are you starting?


yes, thanks for the froogle and the shell, ha ha my friend actually wants one for xmas, he works for a local patrol group... i thought it would be a good present

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