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2012 Silverado 2500HD LT install

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Frozen001

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I am looking for ideas for installing a radio in my 2500HD Crew Cab. I have than antenna in now, but now I need some what to mount a D710 head unit, and still have space for an HF radio in the future. My trcuk does not have the center console, so I am thinking of something that will go over the hump. Anyone have any photos of what they have done on a similar truck? At this mount I am considering building a hump mount that basically fills the space between the lower dash and the middle of the seat.

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DisasterGuy

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Consider mounting the radio under the rear seat of the crew cab and then using a simple panavise flex mount for the control head. I have also used the Panavise 322 for both Chevy and Ford trucks, securing it to the side of the hump.
 
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