jonnybgood

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  • First Name
    Jonny
  • Lexus Model
    Rx 400h
  • Year of Lexus
    2008
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Greater London

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  1. https://www.rhino-accessories.com/universal-catloc this one is £125 inc. VAT, which seems cheap compared to your estimate. this youtube video from the manufacturer indicates that the materials used are strong enough:
  2. I checked your link and it says "‘Catloc’ device can deter theft and make it more difficult". Sufficiently vague! I imagine the thieves don't want to spend longer than a couple of minutes on each car and I would hope a well fitted catloc would deter them enough..plenty of unsecured catalytic converters our there which they can remove in under 2 mins.
  3. Hi, you say a catloc may only slow down determined thieves by a couple of minutes ... I just checked google and I cannot find anything about catlocs being ineffective. Please could you direct me to any sources you've seen to support your comment? Thanks
  4. I'll be fitting mine with a Clifford car alarm on max sensitivity aswell then. Does anyone know which catlock would be best?
  5. See following link for pic https://www.sussexinstallations.co.uk/products/hellingly/specialist/catloc-cat1001-1.html See following link for pic https://www.sussexinstallations.co.uk/products/hellingly/specialist/catloc-cat1001-1.html
  6. does anyone know the rough dimensions of a genuine Lexus replacement cat? I'm looking for the right size catloc to fit over it the new one...I've decided to make a claim on my insurance and I've asked the garage who are fixing it to also fit the catloc to stop them coming back a 2nd time! thinking of going for a catloc 1001 or catloc 1002. any advice appreciated.
  7. thanks for posting. I had my cat stolen yesterday when it was parked in N London (N15). I just rang Toyota about the catloc which costs between £200-£250 - they couldn't say if it would fit on a Lexus. Apparently Lexus are looking into manufacturing their own version of the catloc. https://blog.toyota.co.uk/catalytic-converter-theft-how-to-protect-your-car They say the waiting list for a new cat is about a month, apparently loads of cats have been stolen in the last couple of weeks.
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