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2013 Suburban Center Console

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rftechnyc

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Hey guys,
I have a 2013 Chevy Suburban LT that I want to replace the center console with my 30" Troy console. Issue is that I already see the Bose stereo and the rear AC controls being an issue already. Does anyone have any ideas of how to relocate/delete/work around all the GM crap under the center console? Any help/ideas are welcome...

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Work Suburban console.

My work got me a new Suburban with the full plastic console. This one has cup holders just under the front HVAC controls. I pulled those up and just used a portion of an older Havis console there. It allowed two mobile radio control heads to be placed where the cup holders were and still looks nice.

In my case, I did not need a full console, or a computer mounted up front.
 

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I was considering that but I want to do the full replacement. Have way too much stuff that needs to go in there to squeeze into the cup holder area...
 
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The Tahoe/Silverado/Suburban all have the same full console in them. Havis actually makes a drop in for it. I think Troy makes one as well.
 
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