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2019 Sierra with full console install (id-5100a)

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OhSixTJ

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Nothing special, just a simple “no holes drilled” install (minus the antenna) on a 2019 Sierra with the full flow-through console.

I used a ProClip mount for the passenger side of the console. I originally ordered the drivers side mount so the control head would be closer to me but they make those to where they face straight back. The angle didn’t work.

I attempted to sticky mount a magnetic mic holder to the drivers side but it wouldn’t stick. I’ll try the whole bottle of alcohol next time.

the body is under the passenger seat. Just sitting on the floor for now. Didn’t think it warranted a pic...

Here’s a quick pic:
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Great install, I had a 2018 Sierra with the same console, I used a cupholder RAM mount for a moment before putting my ID5100 in the shack. Had I thought of this I probably would have kept it in the truck
 

OhSixTJ

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Great install, I had a 2018 Sierra with the same console, I used a cupholder RAM mount for a moment before putting my ID5100 in the shack. Had I thought of this I probably would have kept it in the truck
I’ve used ProClip’s in my last 2 vehicles as well. They make one that mounts above the radio but I didn’t want it up that high.

I also finally hard mounted the mic on the drivers side. Went ahead and drilled 2 small holes to mount the clip.
 
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