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Old February 1st, 2006, 01:20 AM   #1
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Default CB mounting in an 05 Sierra with bucket seats and full center console

i'm gona be putting my dad's Cb in his new truck finally this weekend. Does anyone have pics of theirs mounted in one of those catch alls ?? how'd u run the wires ? he doesn't wana mount it to the side of the console cause he's worred he'll hit his leg on it too much.. oh and it's a Uniden pro510XL CB so its one of the smaller ones..
this is the console type im talkin about

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Old March 1st, 2006, 07:20 PM   #2
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Zip screw it to the passenger side of the console. Thats what I did in the TJ, the only thing is that if its not a 4 door you wont be able to slide the seat forward. As far as wires you can hook the hot to the constant on the radio and the grd to where ever you see a stocl one. that uniden should be small enough to put right in that catch all with the back peace cut out and to save any more damage just velcro strip it to the bottom. the Antena can be ran under the dash out the factory wiring harness in the fire wall down to the fram and along the inside of the rail and back to the bracket for the antena. or any way you like. thats waht I have found works best to hide anythin and not see wires.
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