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well most basic alarms are the same so don't worry about company's too much. now i am usually not close to my truck so i decided not to get a LCD style because it wouldn't be worth the money. if you are clost to your truck then i think that this would be a good investment. remember that they can get expensive though.
your basic alarm will come with a shock sensor and if you want to be like me you could add a "motion" sensor on the inside. also it sounds like you want it to make maybe an audible noise if somebody comes to close to it, talk to you local alarm guy about that and he should be able to help you with that. i would also not do this on my truck because the thing would probably never shut-up because people are always near my truck, but depending on you situation it might be worth your money.
the man who did my alarm, who is also a friend, is named Steve, and can be found over on Ford Truck World. his e-mail is email@example.com
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