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Old 05-31-2020, 12:03 PM #31
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I picking up my new 4runner next week! Already have a dual channel cam to install.

When you remove the headliner clips, is the hole there already threaded for a bolt or do you have to make it?

How are you feeding the cable from front to rear? Right now I'm actually going down the sides and along the floor but all of these look across the headliner - did you have to remove the entire headliner to get the cable through?
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Hole is there but not tapped. I ran the wires in the headliner all the way back.
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I picking up my new 4runner next week! Already have a dual channel cam to install.

When you remove the headliner clips, is the hole there already threaded for a bolt or do you have to make it?

How are you feeding the cable from front to rear? Right now I'm actually going down the sides and along the floor but all of these look across the headliner - did you have to remove the entire headliner to get the cable through?

Not threaded. I tucked the wire up along the edge of the headliner. Worked pretty well and did not require the whole thing to come down.
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Not threaded. I tucked the wire up along the edge of the headliner. Worked pretty well and did not require the whole thing to come down.
Ah, just down the side of it then? I was imagining a wire going front to back behind the headliner basically middle of car haha
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That would be a lot of work. Tucks right up on the side if you remove the pillar covers.
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Ah, just down the side of it then? I was imagining a wire going front to back behind the headliner basically middle of car haha

Yes. Down the side. Tuck it between the headliner and rubber door seal or the plastic pillar depending on where you are at.
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Before we did our cross country trip I installed this Chortau dash cam and have been very pleased with it:

Amazon.com: Dash Cam Front and Rear CHORTAU Dual Dash Cam 3 inch Dashboard Camera Full HD 170deg Wide Angle Backup Camera with Night Vision WDR G-Sensor Parking Monitor Loop Recording Motion Detection: Car Electronics

Comes with both a front and rear camera, the latter of which is very compact. I haven't yet hardwired the 12v wiring but will eventually do that when I have everything where I want it.

I reused the push pin thingy from the rear headliner, I just had to trim one side of the tab so it would fit the bracket:





I decided to off center the rear cam to the passengers side so I could reuse the same headliner mounting location, plus I won't get the ladder in the frame:

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Hey could I get the file for printing this please!! Much Appreciated!
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Well, I had no luck reaching out to the OP for the STL file, sooo, me and my friends made our own! 3d printed but the dimensions were a little bit off for where the wire is threaded but we just cut some 3d printed stuff away.

Key thing is to get a threaded riveter tool and the right dimension bolt and threaded rivets .
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Well, I had no luck reaching out to the OP for the STL file, sooo, me and my friends made our own! 3d printed but the dimensions were a little bit off for where the wire is threaded but we just cut some 3d printed stuff away.

Key thing is to get a threaded riveter tool and the right dimension bolt and threaded rivets .

Any chance on sharing the file?
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This is just what I need! Sweet job OP!
If anyone is willing. Pls pm. Looking to pay for one.
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Also looking for a file share if anyone got one. Or if anyone is willing to make a few i'm willing to pay.
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