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post #1 of 5 Old 07-20-2009, 11:16 PM Thread Starter
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when i bought my sct i wanted to mount it in a location where it wasnt visible if someone looked in the truck and i didnt wanna have to hide it every time i left it somewhere. i decided to put it in the change holder below the trailer brake since i never used it anyways. you have to cut the sides for the tuner to fit in there. here are some pictures of it.
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pretty cool, nice way to keep it out of sight!


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yeah. u just close it up when u dont want it to be seen. oh and the best way i found to cut the plastic was with an angle grinder
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that looks cool. How did you get it out? I've been trying to figure it out but dont want to break it trying too hard. Great mod that gives me some idears but i have to get it out first.....lol
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sorry it took so long to write back. when you open the compartment theres 2 rubber tab things- 1 on each side of the compartment that stop it from falling to floor when u open it. squeeze them in one at a time so you can pop the compartment out and it should rest on the floor. then just pull forward on the whole thing and it will pop out. u might have to pull hard, and make sure its all the way down to the floor

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