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Suggestions for Audi A6 install?

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miked2000

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Any suggestions for a Audi A6 install for a P25 scanner and something that will cover dual band (UHF / VHF) ham band and also GMRS?

My old SUV had plenty of room for my Kenwood commercial UHF, Icom dual band and RS2096 scanner plus speakers but having problems finding room in a Audio (2003) for it.

Was wondering if anyone has done any installs and found any good places and had any ideas that they could help with pictures, information, tips?

I have not picked the car up yet but will in about a week and trying to get some ideas

Thanks

Mike
 

davidmc36

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If there is a storage compartment in the dash either above or below the factory radio you may be able to take it out and find ISO mounting provisions in there. A 996 would fit right in if that were the case. The angle brackets for the side of the radio may even be there holding the compartment in.
 

n8emr

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There is a fair amount of space in the trunk. Even space a rear deck shelf space. Assuming you have remote headed radio its not an issue, if you dont its going to be a pain to get all 3 in a usable space.
 
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