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Old 03-28-2013, 11:38 PM   #31
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I trimmed the plastics a bit then wired it in a fuse sub panel I put in behind the dash. I am running a 2ft antenna mounted to my roof rack.

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I trimmed the plastics a bit then wired it in a fuse sub panel I put in behind the dash. I am running a 2ft antenna mounted to my roof rack.
. I like the under dash mounts.

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Being an over the road truck driver ill say I like the over the rear view mirror set up reminds me of the big rig .
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Yep, It took like a minute and a half using the search function. A minute and a half I could have spent on someone with some manners.
Asshole.
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Asshole.

I know, right? I offer some help, and don't get a single "thanks" from the guy.
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Being an over the road truck driver ill say I like the over the rear view mirror set up reminds me of the big rig .
I mount mine over head in my Jeeps for two main reasons- it's out of the way (no knee-banging) and I can hear it well and see it well, and it's easy to reach the knobs. That's more than two reasons.
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I mount mine over head in my Jeeps for two main reasons- it's out of the way (no knee-banging) and I can hear it well and see it well, and it's easy to reach the knobs. That's more than two reasons.
Yes I like it cause I don't have to look down while driving to change station .the knee thing is just a bonus that comes with the set up lol
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Old 04-02-2013, 02:55 PM   #38
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Looks like a (bent) Teraflex mount.
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The other side is "identical" config.. "guess I got a matching pair" Woo whoo!
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Old 04-02-2013, 09:45 PM   #39
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I was looking for a way to mount my GPS (kinda big) and the CB radio. I fabed up a "rail" from two pieces of thin wall electrical conduit.

I used the roll bar for a base and had to do some fitting to get spacing right, drop it some, and had to make some brackets to stiffen the conduit as it was a little too flexible.

I have had it on numerous rough trail outings and it is working good. The mic chord can be a nuisance when I have a passenger.

I was concerned about head banging, and seeing out the rear mirror, it is clear and safe.

Testing has been good, so I need to remove to paint and more careful routing of wiring (mostly the gps wire)


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