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There are a lot of options out there... depending on your budget... You can check ebay for some decent deals. If you're looking for new, I'm partial to Havis products.

You can go a couple of different ways...

You can either find something small enough to go between the dash and the seat...


or you can remove the center factory console and replace it with a console for your radios, cup holders, arm rest, 12 volt cig plugs, etc.


Jotto also makes a good product. I prefer Havis only because I work part-time for a police department and have a few of their old consoles that were replaced, so I have a few extra parts and pieces kicking around if I need to make repairs or swap out equipment.

At any rate, if it fits your budget and it works for YOU, then it's fine.
 

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Try Lund Industries

No - not the same company that makes the bug shields for your truck...

Check out their Control-Com consoles. Sturdy, inexpensive, easy to assemble and look great.

www.lund-industries.com
 
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