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Rampage Hood Locks for sale

thebrave

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392 JL, '81 DMC-12
Brand new, never opened. Changed my mind and going a different direction. $50 plus shipping. PM me.
 

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Mind sharing your new direction? I’m also considering to secure the hood with a lock latch or some sort of locking mechanism.
 
Same ! Need some good hood lock options other than the Bolt or Mopar hood lock (which are perfect, except front dash cam prevents those options)
 
Same ! Need some good hood lock options other than the Bolt or Mopar hood lock (which are perfect, except front dash cam prevents those options)
I elected to go with the tazer. It will set off the alarm if the hood is opened. I don't want to carry around an extra key for hood locks.
 
Mind sharing your new direction? I’m also considering to secure the hood with a lock latch or some sort of locking mechanism.
HK P7 and a sleeping bag.

And the Sukemichi Hood Latches. Wanted something that looks OEM. I REALLY want to go with the Mopar hood lock, but like Bocephus said, there's a trailcam in the way.

 
HK P7 and a sleeping bag.

And the Sukemichi Hood Latches. Wanted something that looks OEM. I REALLY want to go with the Mopar hood lock, but like Bocephus said, there's a trailcam in the way.

I’m also debating between the hood locks V.S. Lock latches. Tue hood lock can be keyed by dealer which is easier. You’ll have to unlock the latches on each side with a separate key.
 
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