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Old 11-13-2023, 03:05 PM #16
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I use my 1st gen table around the garage but currently rock a 2nd gen CRV table -- they are bigger and thinner!

I still drive my 1st gen CRV to work, about to hit 250k

My 1st gen sadly had to retire at 195k. I do miss getting 28mpg. Its good to know about the 2nd gen tables being thinner - that was my main complaint about the 1st gen table


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Your 4Runner is coming along nicely. Looking forward to your dash build.

Thank you! I bet there are others that are dealing with the same issue I have with the headunit being so low
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Truck looks great! Love those wheels.

Do you work at Sherpa?

Thank you! I really lucked out winning them at auction. I do work at Sherpa
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Thank you! I bet there are others that are dealing with the same issue I have with the headunit being so low
I like the double Alpine iLX-507 that I installed in my 1998 and don't mind the location as Apple Carplay works so well on audio alone that I don't look at it much.



Having it higher would be ideal (especially for the backup camera video) so I'm hoping that you'll set it up double DIN fashion.
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I have access to a fiber laser, a CAD suite, and a press brake. So why not make a passenger-side 'molle' that I can mount a small fire extinguisher to? The seat can still move through its full range of motion, and the fire extinguisher does not affect passenger footspace in a significant way.
Great progress on the build so far and sweet JDM wheels! I really like the molle you made. I'd be interested in buying one for passenger and driver side if you ever decide to manufacture and sell them.
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Great progress on the build so far and sweet JDM wheels! I really like the molle you made. I'd be interested in buying one for passenger and driver side if you ever decide to manufacture and sell them.
Snowbound Customs makes one (for either side!):

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