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11-20-2014, 01:32 PM #41
11-21-2014, 09:14 AM #42
I only carry my Key Fob because all of my locks have a keypad, card or eyepass systems. I also got into lockpicking at a reasonably young age, so I always carry one of my lock pick sets. For people who are not the best with using a pick, you can also use a lockpick gun, however I like to do it the old fashioned way. The set I usually carry around is the Peterson Government Series 3 lockpick set. I also have a Peterson Elite 4 Bypass lockpick set as well as a Peterson Government 4B Elite Rubber lockpick set. They are always good fun to mess around with
Heres links to all of them:
Peterson Government Series 3 lockpick set - Peterson Government Elite III Professional Pick Set
Peterson Elite 4 Bypass lockpick set - Peterson Elite 4 Bypass Pick Set - LockPickShop
Peterson Government 4B Elite Rubber lockpick set - Peterson G-4B Elite Government Steel Pick Set
11-22-2014, 01:43 PM #43
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11-24-2014, 12:35 AM #44
1 key per lanyard. I switch out on whichever car I'll be driving.Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value.
11-25-2014, 06:33 AM #45
I have a nice brushed aluminum plate w/ 6 hooks hanging on the wall downstairs, next to the light switch, which leads to the garage. Each vehicle has it's own key (I've got 4) with nothing more than the vehicle key itself, a house key (just in case), a fob (if it's seperate) and maybe something relatable to the vehicle (///M logo piston (two of these), "Remove before flight" lanyard for the bike. One hook is used for the mailbox, one hook sits blank. All small enough to fit into any pocket without causing issues (I don't wear my sisters tapered jeans or cowboy nut huggers, just to be clear for those who do) without issue.
I remember reading forum threads in my early BMW days about people having huge key rings and it'd actually wear out the lock cylinder (odd dinging like the key was in the ignition when it wasn't, sometimes the tumbler would break and the key would just spin continously without starting the car, etc) so I've always tried to keep it simple.
Caribiners or anything else hooked to your belt loop on your jeans = custodian. I didn't make the generalization, it's just generally who does it, so you're automatically guilty due to association. It looks tacky and reminds me of my dog because I can hear you everywhere you go
11-29-2014, 04:10 AM #46
KEYS??? They still make those?
I don't carry ANY keys. My cars all have comfort access, so the fob for whichever car I'm driving at the time just stays in my pocket. All my homes are automated via iPhone or buttons.My Garage Build Thread...Hidden Content
Here's a short video of my garage:
2012 VW BEETLE TURBO: EVERY OEM OPTION & THEN SOME
///2014 X6M: EVERY AVAILABLE OPTION |
///2007 M6 'vert: Sapphire Black Metallic | Full Merino Sepang | Alpine Amps-Helix Drivers-JL Audio Subs | Wet Okole's| Brembo's | DPE 20’s | Michelin PS2’s | Hardwired V-1 w/ remote display | Blinder M45 Extreme Laser Jammer | SIRIUS | Tinted Tails | Custom Pedal Set | SmartTop | 1.5" Drop | CF Roundels | Modesta
11-29-2014, 06:45 PM #47
Well, isn't someone proud of their '14 Nissan Sentra ;-) Cool idea on the recessed lift BTW.
Fob, key, whatever it takes to start the vehicle...you're still carrying something that has the option of carrying keys attached to it. Since the OP asked for pics, here's mine:
Last edited by 740iLjames; 11-29-2014 at 06:50 PM.