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2001 Chevy Blazer LT ideas?

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kadetklapp

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I had a '00 LT Blazer with the seperate cassette deck below the ashtray. I had my FT-2600M mounted there with, of all things, velcro! It never moved.
 

cmk

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I have a 2001 blazer with the remote cassette player. I removed it completely, made a thin metal plate to take it's place and mounted the CDM1550 bracket directly to the plate. I also remember seeing a couple blazers on elightbars.

If you want to check out my install you can look here http://picasaweb.google.com/cmkrescue/Blazer

Good Luck!!
 
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