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Lockable glove box, safe or what you want to lock up

I wanted a lockable safe, glove box or what you want to lock up. I found this item made for Jeeps and made it work for my ArcticCat XYZ 1000.
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-20-2014, 02:20 PM
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Very nice great Idea..........................

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That is slick! Great find!

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Mike how good is the lock you have on your console and are the cup holders better than the ones on the engine cover?

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Mike how good is the lock you have on your console and are the cup holders better than the ones on the engine cover?
Mike it has a great lock system and it has a rubber gasket around the door that seals it off all metal constructed and the cup holders are 5 times better than the factory ones.it was pricey but very nice product.the lock compartment is nice for the 9mm

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Ya know it would have been better if you said it wasn't worth shit, now I want one.

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Sometimes it is better not to look! The glove box would be a good project.

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the lock compartment is nice for the 9mm
mine is mounted on my chest in a nice chest holster , many large critters in my normal ride area / hunting partner drove his Rhino around a sharp bend and right up to a sow grizzly with cubs , he couldn't get his rig into reverse fast enough .. need access v/s a locked / fumble process. OH friend was able to back away before the sow was pissed and charging. good campfire fodder too.

no flame intended , a lock box would be very handy for sure.

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mine is mounted on my chest in a nice chest holster , many large critters in my normal ride area / hunting partner drove his Rhino around a sharp bend and right up to a sow grizzly with cubs , he couldn't get his rig into reverse fast enough .. need access v/s a locked / fumble process. OH friend was able to back away before the sow was pissed and charging. good campfire fodder too.

no flame intended , a lock box would be very handy for sure.
Sounds like a close one for your buddy..................

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yes it was .. also we share some same animals I believe , you have swamp donkeys in your area I think … they will ruin your day if ya spook them or piss off a cow … my Kimber 45 makes good noise to get one moving away from my space and enough lead to drop one if a good shot.

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