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02-20-2007 11:14 PM
DUKEOFBLUZ
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Originally Posted by fast79malibu
they have been stealing them left and right here in springfield oh. they get about 80$ at the scrap yard. they have even been stealing them from new car lots as well
yep same here in Rockford IL, and central A/C units too.

Duke
02-20-2007 03:04 PM
Sandflea427SS Oh Jeez...I just thought of something... All of us good guys have no guilty conscience~so we have no problems sleeping at night. When the crooks use the cordless sawzall we don't wake up because we're sleeping like babies....
Maybe we should do some sort of evil so we don't sleep so sound...
02-15-2007 02:38 AM
BLAZERMAN They have been stealing them right and left here. We caught a couple doing it, they are using a pipe cutter which is like a chain with teeth and no nose from it. Works very fast. One car dealer has them removed from over 20 cars one night.
02-14-2007 08:49 AM
glayman They just had a news story about around here. It seems that the new catalytic converters have some expensive metals in them now (platinum, titanium) and that scrap yards are pay $100.00 + for them. they showed it on TV and it took a thief about 30 seconds to get it off the vehicles. Man what will they think of next
02-14-2007 06:18 AM
Chevrolet4x4s Its happening around here too some were stolen at votech and quite a few at a local junkyard and there was an attempt to steal some at a local carlot.


Shane
02-13-2007 08:03 PM
jray Getting to be a big deal around here.....average price @ recyclers 100$-125$ with cats off some makes going up lots more.
02-12-2007 10:52 PM
docvette Doc here,

Hummm....

Seems to me like someone was asleep at the switch...IF a slimebucket could RUN a sawzall long enough to cut a cat out and not be heard...maybe he had a silencer??

I think IF I found someone under any of my vehicles with a sawzall, I'd be obliged to do some elective "Crook" surgery with his own tool..

Doc
02-12-2007 07:37 PM
fast79malibu they have been stealing them left and right here in springfield oh. they get about 80$ at the scrap yard. they have even been stealing them from new car lots as well
02-12-2007 06:17 PM
steve t what out all: you flowmaster guys
02-12-2007 06:11 PM
Henry Highrise First I have ever heard of that. It would be easy done with a cordless sawsall or recipicating saw.
02-12-2007 06:08 PM
Gokussj5okazu Wow that's the first time I've ever heard of that happening, but then again that's the first thing everyone around here takes off and sells. I can see why though, a good cat is worth a good bit cause' of the metal in them.
02-12-2007 06:01 PM
Sandflea427SS
Loud noise on start-up

I get a call from a fellow that just got his license back. He wants to get his 91 Dakota inspected and running... Last time running was 9 months ago... I get a battery.... fill the tires..... add fresh gas.... we turn the key... bawooom...babababa....bawooooommm..... hmmm... I tell him the pipe must have gotten rusty... we pull it into the garage.... I look underneath... AHHHHH.... some @#$$#$#^ rascal stole the catalytic converter... and about 4 feet of pipe.... jeez....cut with a battery powered sawzall or hacksaw I guess.... some people.... he was PISSED.... oh well... $125.00 later... all is good..... anyone else ever get a cat converter stolen...??

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