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Looks like I am going to end up in a '14 Equinox. Outside of the obvious need for remote heads... I need some ideas folks. I have a TK-7160 VHF Radio and a BCD996 Scanner. Ill have to find remote heads and speakers for both but mounting is still going to be a challenge. Im thinking I will need one of those stick / rod things I have seen before? Any help with links on where to get stuff would be great or even some pictures of similar set ups

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Control heads mounted in the area right in front of the stick shift.

Just my thoughts.

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Looks like I am going to end up in a '14 Equinox. Outside of the obvious need for remote heads... I need some ideas folks. I have a TK-7160 VHF Radio and a BCD996 Scanner. Ill have to find remote heads and speakers for both but mounting is still going to be a challenge. Im thinking I will need one of those stick / rod things I have seen before? Any help with links on where to get stuff would be great or even some pictures of similar set ups

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How wide is that cubby below the center control section?
 

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Ill have to meassure it but I am not sure its going to be wide enough.

They dont make vehicles radio friendly these days
 

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Ill have to meassure it but I am not sure its going to be wide enough.

They dont make vehicles radio friendly these days
You can say that again! Unless you get a basic truck with no center console or a vehicle designed to be a police unit it can be tough!
 
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I am a newbie on this website, so I apologize if I am jumping onto your thread.

I am Battalion Chief and District Safety Officer for a 100+ member fire district in Central New York State with a new 2014 Equinox. I am trying to install a Motorola XTL2500. I am finding that a radio install is tough because of no space. I found a company that makes a mounting system for the 2014 'Nox.
Take a look at link below:
Chevrolet Equinox / GMC Terrain (2010-2015)

Hope this helps....
Bill
 
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