Anyone used this "iVault" product before?

Chris

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Sep 28, 2015
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Salem, Oregon
In referencing that thread on security the other day, my thought is that this is nothing but a minor deterrent for a thief. Or better yet, a good way to end up with a lot more damage to your Jeep since someone will likely do more prying and pulling.

I think that trying to "secure" anything inside a Jeep is futile at best.

Not to mention that looks flimsy and cheap.
 
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Equilibrium31

Equilibrium31

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Apr 7, 2018
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Burnsville, MN, USA
Cheap, thin, easily popped off with just a screwdriver, knife, etc.
Was afraid of that.

I like the factory stereo, but I've had a hell of a time finding a good kit to build an aux jack or bluetooth adapter into the stereo since everything seems to be designed for an '04 or earlier. I'm considering either just biting the bullet and getting one of the already modified stereos from 1factoryradio or just getting a new stereo and keeping it under the driver's seat to with the current stereo left as a dummy. The former would be the preference though since it's hard to find a good stereo that can be controlled well remotely and the I'm still happy with the look and feel of the stock buttons and such.