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After hearing recent reports of wheelhouses being stolen, I'm considering purchasing a GPS tracking device to hide somewhere in/on my wheelhouse to protect my investment. Does anyone currently use one? If so, which one and how do you like it?

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There are a couple of systems out there, lojack, finditnow etc. I dont know for sure what costs are involved. I think it is a few hundred for the initial setup and first year and maybe 99 dollars a year after.

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I am not sure if this would work for your application but it might be worth checking out.

Garmin GTU 10

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That looks like it could be the ticket waterwolff! Thanks! Have you had any experience with that unit?

Check amazon, there are a lot of good reviews.

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Heard some guy on the radio bought a boot for his car tire off eeeeeebay like the police use so people could not steal it. With one of those you would not have any worries what so ever and would not have tk go through the troubld of finding it.

Just saw there about $50 +/- on eeeebay

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SPOT locator beacons have been out there for some time a basic SPOT locator will probably do what you want, I think they are something like $50 for the device, then a yearly subscription which isn't too bad considering what some folks have tied up into these fish houses these days.

I'm not sure what the battery life is on these though, a person should find that out.

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Theres a product called Riders Eye. I first heard about on fishers atv show. It looked like a good product.

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yep...I suppose they could take off the tire crazy

I guess I'd try other thing before GPS. Tire lock, tongue lock, winch lock. If it's too much work, their not going to do it.

...and if their willing to take the tire off and have a spare on hand, it just wasen't meant to be!

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