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Old 01-11-2012, 10:47 PM
HeartlandOKC HeartlandOKC is offline
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Location: Oklahoma City, OK
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Stolen F250 in OKC Jan. 9th

One of our trucks was stolen on January 9th at 10:00 am from a Comfort Inn on I-240 and Western in Oklahoma City. My guys were working on the front side of the building when the truck was stolen from the back. I'm not sure how it's possible to steal a truck like this and no one sees anything. It had several pieces of hand held equipment in it. Of course this is one of the few trucks I have without gps tracking.

Here's a video of the truck I made a couple months ago.

As you can see it will have a western plow mount on the front with wiring under the hood, wired for a SaltDogg salt spreader with in cab controller, Tractor Supply black diamond plate toolbox in the bed, black Nasta nerf bars, and our stickers from front to back on the side. It really sucks because this is one of our two snow plow trucks and as I type this it is snowing outside. Hopefully nothing accumulates. Everything is insured but it will be 30 days before our insurance company will start the process of reimbursing us. I'm really hoping it's found soon in decent shape because we don't have the money to blow on another plow setup. It will be March before insurance money comes and we can equip a new truck. Winter is pretty much over here by then.

2009 Ford F250 4 Door Crew Cab with Regular Bed
Tag Number: I44811
VIN: 1FTSW215X9EA40728
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Old 01-31-2012, 03:31 PM
LuckyFlyinROUSH LuckyFlyinROUSH is offline
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Did your truck not have a chipped key? Its damn near impossible to get around the stupid 2008+ programmed keys. I have had to have my truck reprogrammed 3 times because I haven't found any way to turn the pats system off...
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Old 01-31-2012, 03:35 PM
HeartlandOKC HeartlandOKC is offline
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Unfortunately, the keys were inside the center console.
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