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Talking Custom interior mods Lets make this a Big Thread!!!!!

Hey everyone just looking at what I wanna do with all the space I have for some interior mods. Post some pics lets play show and tell i want them all good bad and ugly

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How is the 1911 holster held on? And good charger idea. Only thing I'm worried about is the extinguisher?? Lol

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Holster is bolted. It's a Serpa holster and has three nuts molded into the kydex.

For the knife I cut holes in the plastic and routing the webbing through it.

The iPod plug is Gorilla glued in place (has proven heat resistant).

The extinguisher is solid. I used extra large washers on the back,and the mount itself doesn't allow for any play.

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I think I'm going to borrow your holster idea go get a cheap fobus and drill out the rivets that was a clever mod never even crossed my mind. One question what is the fire extinguisher for? a just in case?

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I don't know what you're used to using fire extinguishers for, but I use them to extinguish fires...

Yeah, just in case. That's enough to get folks out of the truck if it goes up in flames, I have another in the back if someone else's car goes up... I've never had a car decide to spontaneously combust on me, but I've seen too many other cars burn down to not be prepared.

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F-650 dash with a custom panel.




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Rear seat delete.



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I like that rear seat delete. What speakers you got? I'm thinking about doing a rear seat delete but then I remember I gotta take my sister and friend to school

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I was reading a thread about that 650 panel install. Pretty slick. I would have to get a custom label panel made, but it's a nice mod. What gauges did you put on it?

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I like that rear seat delete. What speakers you got? I'm thinking about doing a rear seat delete but then I remember I gotta take my sister and friend to school
12" Alpine Type-X each with it's own Alpine 1000w PDX 1.1000. Front and rear components are also Alpine Type-X but I replaced the mids with CDT ES 06, they are fed by a 150w PDX 4.150.

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I was reading a thread about that 650 panel install. Pretty slick. I would have to get a custom label panel made, but it's a nice mod. What gauges did you put on it?
Those are dual needle Firestone air gauges. I have Autometer boost, EGT & trans temp in the pillar pod with HPOP, fuel PSI, water temp and volt gauges above the mirror.

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