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Old 04-13-2007
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Ill get some tonight.
Thanks! Cant wait
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OK. I got pics but they are at night and they were done with a camera phone. I don't know the brand of radar detector and i didn't get pics of the sensors but they are fairly small and they need a clear vew of the street.
Oh the truck is a 1995 Chevy Tahoe.

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And here is a video of how it works.


Can you say time for a real camera!

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thx dude!! appreciate it! btw it looks good
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thats rowdy!
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Sorry its a crappy video.
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At least you showed us something, thx anyway
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Has anyone ever done something like this before? If so, any ideas or helpful hints would be great. and of course, lemme know what you think!
Yes, It's called an in dash model with remote sensors. 600 bucks, and make sure you get the laser deflector license plate border.
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Yes, It's called an in dash model with remote sensors. 600 bucks, and make sure you get the laser deflector license plate border.
I seen a remote setup at the Tweeter store a few months ago. My jaw hit the floor when I seen the price tag. It was something around $600 uninstalled.
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good idea, bad in practice, your gunna lose all rear protection
yeah, i like a very protected rear end, thats for sure hahahaha. but i think its a great idea. my radar is currently ducted taped to my dash and wired behind the dash so i dont have wires just hanging off the front of my dash and looking tooooo crappy
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