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Old 04-30-2013, 06:10 PM
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im wantin to take mine out but just out of curiosity im wonderin what you have done. equalizers, power adapters or what ever. post ur pics and show it off
 
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best picture I could find of it but i mounted a cobra 19 cb radio where my tape player was. It fits nicely in that spot
 
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I wish I could say a nice xm satelite radio with cd player but for now its empty
 
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I pulled mine out but am deciding what I want to put there.
 
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I think I will cut my console off just past the cupholders and mold it in with fiberglass or sheetmetal. I dislike the fact my leg rests against it, I'd prefer it not be there at all.
 
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i left it in place and hard wired an aux input into it for my ipod
 
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Thinking about installing my tomtom GPS just for ****s and giggles or a mount for my smart phone with audio aux connection.
 
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Mine actually came with an AM/FM/CD player, but I've replaced it..


Still deliberating on what to do with the the space under the head unit. I was thinking of some flip up switches for when I install additional lights, or maybe a scanner. My CB won't fit in there, even without the head unit... I have a Connex 3300HP. I'm going to mount it to the floor... I had the notion to use nutserts, but I think I'm just going to go with set screws for it, instead.
 
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Hey guys new here no pics just yet bit in the cassette slot in the center console i mounted my bass ****, my line driver **** and my voltmeter.
 
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put my cb in the spot as well
 

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