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Old 01-27-2010, 05:50 PM
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How is your 6-pos chip switch mounted?

I want some ideas, i have mine mounted below the dash, but i was thinking about the pocket to the right of the wheel? Anyone got any good thoughts
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I had mine mounted above the fuse panel cover to the left of the wheel
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mines mounted up my ***
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Mine is in the area just to the right of the cluster of lights that contains: Water in Fuel, Wait to Start, etc....
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Mine is right below the "wait to start" cluster... in the gray area
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Sounds like thats a good spot for you to have it.
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I want some ideas, i have mine mounted below the dash, but i was thinking about the pocket to the right of the wheel? Anyone got any good thoughts
don't mount it outside the cab that is a terrible idea. put it in the cab i took a piece of alum. diamond plate and drilled a hole in it then bent it in a 90 and mounted it right next to my brake controller
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don't mount it outside the cab that is a terrible idea. put it in the cab i took a piece of alum. diamond plate and drilled a hole in it then bent it in a 90 and mounted it right next to my brake controller
haha so much for my idea of mounting it on the mirror I had thought about pulling the cig lighter out of the ashtray and mounting it there. I don't like how i have it now
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how do you have it now? the ash tray might work
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all the way at the bottom of the panel below the steering column, it was easy to do at the time. Now i'm putting alot of work into making the truck look good again, its sat alot the last 2 years. Where i have it is not 'clean' enough IMO
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