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2002 Land Rover Discovery II Question

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YaesuFan2012

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Ok,

I've been searching the web for ideas/photos on where/how to mount a rig in my car and I've come up empty. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!
 

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I don't have any suggestions for web sites, but I had a Discovery previously and actually found it was great for radio installs. I used remote-faceplate radios and mounted the decks in the under-seat cubbies and stacked the control heads just under the HVAC control fascia in front of the 4WD shift lever. There is easy access to the engine compartment (as I remember, I know I didn't have to go to much trouble.

From an antenna perspective I used cowl mount l-brackets and had plenty of room for both the coax and power through a grommeted firewall opening.

I'm sorry I can't be more specific, but it was almost 10 years ago. I do remember that it was a great radio platform.

Good luck!

Scott
 
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