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Project Name Project Type Submitted By Date Difficulty
Keyless Remote Code Locating - Gen 1   Security Steve McKellopMember Profile2 Member Projects 9/21/2010
Security Lamp Circuit Mod Security ChopsMember Profile2 Member Projects 5/12/2004
Keyless Entry Installation   Security TabjoMember Profile4 Member Projects 11/24/2003
Wireless Keypad Security Ed SwankMember Profile2 Member Projects 10/7/2003
Spare Tire Lock Security Mark HoulahanMember Profile6 or more Member Projects 9/2/2003
Cargo Cage Anti-theft (with simple hardware) Security Malcolm ErvinMember Profile1 Member Project 9/6/2001
Cargo Cage Anti-theft (no welding required) Security Forrest LindermanMember Profile1 Member Project 3/30/2001
Elliptical Crossbar Security Fix Security Mark McAnallyMember Profile1 Member Project 1/7/2001
Cargo Cage Anti-theft Fix Security J.J. Justice 9/7/2000




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