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Vehicle specific radio console

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KC4YIN

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Yes they do. I have a Jotto console made for the Silverado truck with bench seats from 2000 to 2006 model years. It is sitting on a shelf in my shop currently unused as I have a different truck now. This console has 12 inches of face plate mounting space. Worked great for me when I had the truck.
 

qc

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Sorry I used my phone to post is the Jotto console you have like new? and is it for sale? and how hard is it to install? and do part number on it please

Thanks Again for the help
 

sfd119

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They are usually no drill. I have a RAM console in my 08 Silverado. I had to remove the driver and passenger seats to "mount it".
 

kg4ere

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OK you have posted this question on 3 different websites now. How about getting out and researching, maybe calling the various console reps and asking questions. There are no holes drilled consoles out there for your vehicle and I have installed many of them. I am not going to spoon feed you though. Put a little effort into it. And I strongly advise to not attempt to mount a console to the floor using lag bolts.
 
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