One reason not to rip one off is that they aren't in demand. I might
be mistaken, but you would think that since all the vehicles come with
a stock radio (by definition), that there are more of them around than
needed after some people upgrade to after market units. I suppose if
the failure rate of stock radios exceeds the numbers of people who
pull out perfectly working units to replace them with after market
units, then stock radios might be more in demand than I thought.
Also for a theif, an aftermarket unit is easier to move since it can
be incorporated into most vehicles. Stock radios are usually limited
to a specific brand of vehicle or even specific model.
Of course some of this is speculation. Any thieves in here care to
comment on the subject?
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