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Mini Console for '06 Silverado

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I'm looking at purchasing an actual console for my truck to hold a couple radios and possibly a scanner. I can't find anything new as far as I can tell, can anyone help me try to find one or recommend somewhere to look? I may end up just having one custom built to fit the units how I'd like..
 

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You may want to try companies like Gamber-Johnson, Havis, Ram Mounts, etc. who make police consoles used in the Tahoes, which I believe are similar if not the same as the Silverados.

Maybe something like this. Check with them and see if the 2016 models have changed.
 
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Check out Troy industries. they hada 14" console that would sit in front of the seat and hold 3 or 4 items. Used hundreds of them over the years in volunteer chiefs vehicles.
 
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