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Old 10-05-2009, 10:25 PM
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Yeah man thanks to help from you

And I used the original suction windshield mount took out the suction cups and cut the bracket to be even straight across.. to mount it to the window I used interlocking adhesive strips I will get you a direct name because the velcro doesn't work. I ran the wire in headliner down the side door panel grounded wire and ran the power line to center console fuse panel I installed for my power.

And thank you I am great at all the wiring but like I said in the emails I cannot take the PITA trailblazer apart but came out okay in the end I will be adding the front highbeam flashers, rear taillight flashers and rear ceiling mounted lights this weekend so check back.

Hope all is well. Thanks again.

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Old 10-06-2009, 07:02 AM
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Yeah man thanks to help from you

And I used the original suction windshield mount took out the suction cups and cut the bracket to be even straight across.. to mount it to the window I used interlocking adhesive strips I will get you a direct name because the velcro doesn't work. I ran the wire in headliner down the side door panel grounded wire and ran the power line to center console fuse panel I installed for my power.

And thank you I am great at all the wiring but like I said in the emails I cannot take the PITA trailblazer apart but came out okay in the end I will be adding the front highbeam flashers, rear taillight flashers and rear ceiling mounted lights this weekend so check back.

Hope all is well. Thanks again.

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Thanks Ralph! I will have to look into that option for my Talon. Would the tape be the 3M Dual Lok tape? It's the same thing they use for the wavy bumper fix on the TB. Good stuff!

Glad I could help you out, even if just a little bit. Looking good!

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Old 10-07-2009, 12:23 AM
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Thanks Ralph! I will have to look into that option for my Talon. Would the tape be the 3M Dual Lok tape? It's the same thing they use for the wavy bumper fix on the TB. Good stuff!

Glad I could help you out, even if just a little bit. Looking good!

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Okay sorry it took so long been busy... I purchased the fasteners from Radio Shack and they are the (Dual-Lock - Hi Temp / Hi Strength Superlock Fasteners) I don't know if you have EZ-Pass but its just like the window fasteners they send out... the velcro fasteners didn't work I tried doing it that way Saturday and when I was installing the strobes Sunday the Talon fell off window. So far so good with the Superlock Fasteners if it ever comes down I plan on putting it in the same spot and installing it with the radio mount steal that is flexible enough to bend and attaching it to the visor mounts .. Hope its works for you good luck.

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Old 10-07-2009, 03:05 AM
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Nice!! The console looks great! I was hoping you wouldn't leave the wiring all over the place...
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Old 10-07-2009, 04:11 PM
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Nice!! The console looks great! I was hoping you wouldn't leave the wiring all over the place...
Definitely not ha that would drive me insane I like keeping my car clean and good looking. I used Plexiglass, drilled the holes, painted it to match the center console and then put some brackets and a little hot glue Installing taillight flashers tonight should be done and have some pictures soon.
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Old 10-16-2009, 10:47 PM
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VERY clean, great setup.

As far as mounting an inverter, I mounted mine under the rear seat and ran a small power strip sitting in the back to plug accessories in. Not sure if you'd have room or not in the console? I'd be concerned about cooling..

I'll get pictures of where the inverter is mounted in my truck this weekend so you can get an idea.
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Old 10-17-2009, 05:10 AM
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VERY clean, great setup.

As far as mounting an inverter, I mounted mine under the rear seat and ran a small power strip sitting in the back to plug accessories in. Not sure if you'd have room or not in the console? I'd be concerned about cooling..

I'll get pictures of where the inverter is mounted in my truck this weekend so you can get an idea.
I dont know if you can see in the picture but not only did I leave an inch or so in between the scanner for louder volume I also did it for cooling... honestly unless I am at a call the trip to the firehouse is like 5 minutes or less so it shouldn't be getting so hot anyways but would love to see how you mounted yours I am thinking about relocation so I could get a little storage space in the center console back. Even considering moving switches to where change is and hiding a main switch near the fog light. I don't know though haha kinda like my set-up now.
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Old 10-17-2009, 09:13 AM
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Looks great! which one is for the missile launcher?
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Old 10-17-2009, 06:56 PM
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Looks great! which one is for the missile launcher?
Having got that installed yet.. so far just the mudslick, ejector seat, thumb tacks dispenser, beer cooler and turbo boost. Thanks though.
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Old 10-28-2009, 09:27 AM
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anything on the rear center mounted light?
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