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2006 Jeep Liberty Install Ideas

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firefgtr

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Hello all I'm asking if anyone has any ideas for installing a Uniden BC-560 scanner in my Jeep not much room to play with because of the 4X4 and gear shifter...ANY HELP WILL BE APPRECIATED
 

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I am not positive about the interior of the Liberty, but in the Cherokees, the 560 fit nice and snug between the front seats and the centre console. No holes. No brackets. No fuss. No muss. Doesn't take up any useable space.
 

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Liberty Install

I had a 2004 Liberty and I installed my scanner on the side of the center console between the seat and the accelerator. I tilted the scanner so I could easily look down and see the front display. I was also able to tuck the antenna and power cable inside the console and behind the dash.
 

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I own a 2004 Jeep Liberty and yes space is at a premium...

The BC560 unfortunately doesn't have a remote head so thats strike 1.... I have the Yaesu FT-8900 and the Alinco DX-70 in my vehicle. I mounted the FT-8900 remote head in the cubbyhole under the HVAC control unit and the Alinco on a Ram Mount......

You could try Ram Mounts, as they probably have something that would fit your needs......
 
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