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Old 01-15-2014, 08:20 PM   #121
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Has anyone with a manual installed one of these, and can share some pics?
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Any details regarding these questions is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance to anyone who shares pics related to this.
Plenty of room to shift and still reach all the controls for me.


Also using the mirror riser with the backup camera mirror. Needed a little dremeling, but an easy worthwhile upgrade.
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Old 01-18-2014, 07:05 AM   #122
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That is a BADDASS setup you've got there. Nice work on the switches!


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Plenty of room to shift and still reach all the controls for me.


Also using the mirror riser with the backup camera mirror. Needed a little dremeling, but an easy worthwhile upgrade.
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Thanks for the info and pics guys, that's exactly what I needed to see to get an idea for what I want to set up in mine.
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Plenty of room to shift and still reach all the controls for me.


Also using the mirror riser with the backup camera mirror. Needed a little dremeling, but an easy worthwhile upgrade.
Are you using the Birddawg mirror riser?
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Old 01-20-2014, 08:24 AM   #125
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Are you using the Birddawg mirror riser?
Yup. Don't have any pics handy, but there's some good ones already posted in that thread.
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Old 01-26-2014, 12:20 PM   #126
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Anybody mount an Ultragauge on a Tech Deck or on the Mirror Riser?

Any pics?
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Old 01-26-2014, 12:53 PM   #127
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Anybody mount an Ultragauge on a Tech Deck or on the Mirror Riser?

Any pics?
If the cable didn't need to be routed a little odd, I would probably swap my UG over to that side. I would have to get another ball mount though.
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Old 01-26-2014, 07:19 PM   #128
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How are you guys routing power cables for GPS/iPhone etc. ? Are you securing them in place somehow?

Any pics?
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Mine is just my phone cable from the cig lighter. Doesn't interfere with anything
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I'm going to miss my Tech Deck and mirror riser once the Tacoma sells... time to start making these for the FJ Cruiser!!!

I've had the them installed for about four months, and have loved every minute of it! I didn't end up using the mirror riser... hadn't gotten to that point of my build yet unfortunately. I did use the Tech Deck to hold my cell phone w/ my Wilson booster cradle, as well as my ipad w/ otter box case. It has been extremely solid and looks beautiful!
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NICE!! but i have my flyzeyes down there http://www.flyzeye-designs.com/
Me too, but I love it....
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Plenty of room to shift and still reach all the controls for me.


Also using the mirror riser with the backup camera mirror. Needed a little dremeling, but an easy worthwhile upgrade.
OK. How did you get your switches in that hole? I have a 2013 and I've been looking for the right answer to do that very thing.
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You can buy that from someone. Don't remember who made it
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Dude! I think I've gone to the end of the internet looking for that. Contemplated making my own, but haven't done it. There's a guy on TW that makes a cool overhead console replacement, but there's a huge waiting list. He has a real job that takes priority.
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I'll look around later when I get on the comp. I can either find you a schematic or the actual. I do think, but not sure, that the lower part changed slightly in the 2012+
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OK. How did you get your switches in that hole? I have a 2013 and I've been looking for the right answer to do that very thing.
Those are switches from http://www.otrattw.com , and the mounting bracket is just 1/4" aluminum plate I got from http://onlinemetals.com dremeled to fit the hole. Hit it with some plastiderp and it's heavy enough and grippy enough to stay put.
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Those are switches from http://www.otrattw.com , and the mounting bracket is just 1/4" aluminum plate I got from http://onlinemetals.com dremeled to fit the hole. Hit it with some plastiderp and it's heavy enough and grippy enough to stay put.
Outstanding. I've found Online Metals; they have some cool stuff.
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Mine is still working great, even hauling in the desert it held up my 10" tablet and phone. I'm adding another mount to hold radio/gps. I'll get some pics when it's all done.
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