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nomographer

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Yes sir- When my wife and I go hiking i strip out all the navigation and after market comms gear as you never know who is going to show up at the trail head. Send a pic when you have it worked out.
Will do. I picked up a reasonable crate to store geat in the back the day I picked up NewJeep. Sure people could Sawzall through it but at least they won't know what's in there while it's sitting at trailheads. Currently I plop that on one of those squareish "furniture dollies", head down the elevator, and chuck it all in the back. Kinda nice to be able to throw boots and bags on the top and roll down to the parking garage.

But sheesh my nice rubber floor mats have a lot of dirt on them already.

I'll take my nice camera, sit it outside in natural light, and get more pictures. Of the rollbar grab handles as well. But not right now because driving would be illegal. :bandit:





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nomographer

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Yes sir- When my wife and I go hiking i strip out all the navigation and after market comms gear as you never know who is going to show up at the trail head. Send a pic when you have it worked out.
Under the rear driver's seat
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I have two straps which will stay in place.
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Which attach to the underside/desk stand primarily to prevent sliding backwards.
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The rear strap stays with the radio and goes through the seat brackets to prevent forward motion and side slip.
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Install/removal will probably be 2--3min with the electrical connectors... if I ever find a way to manage that.

(For starters where are the aux wires in the passenger area? Everything I found was wired to a connector.)

pps Yeah I just haven't put in the requisite 3.7hrs to fish them out. 20min wasn't enough.
 
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D90John

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Under the rear driver's seat
IMG_20210131_102454847.jpg


I have two straps which will stay in place.
IMG_20210131_102502605.jpg


Which attach to the underside/desk stand primarily to prevent sliding backwards.
IMG_20210131_102822513.jpg


The rear strap stays with the radio and goes through the seat brackets to prevent forward motion and side slip.
IMG_20210131_102845643.jpg


Install/removal will probably be 2--3min with the electrical connectors... if I ever find a way to manage that.

(For starters where are the aux wires in the passenger area? Everything I found was wired to a connector.)
Looks good. Wires are behind the glove box area. There is a thread all about them.
 

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