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Thread: *How* to mount display (2002 Frontier)

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    *How* to mount display (2002 Frontier)

    Hi all, new here. I have a 2002 Nissan Frontier, and I'm planning on getting a Xenarc 700TSV.

    Here's a picture of the dash (not mine):

    As you can see, there's a 2-din stock stereo, perfect for a display; and the recess underneath is where I'll cram the computer.

    The stereo opening is exactly 7" x 4". Xenarc lists the 700TSV dimensions (with bezel) at 7.75W x 4.75H x 1.38D.

    Any ideas on how I can mount it either with the bezel or without? I'm worried about the buttons on the bottom of the display not fitting. But the biggest question is how to mount the display. Epoxy? Screws? I'd like to have it as flush and stock-looking as possible, however I don't have a shop and I'm not a fabrication guru.


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    Constant Bitrate insaneramman's Avatar
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    Cool Welcome

    If I were you I'd check in the fab section. Lots of great people working in that part of the forums

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    VENDOR - Nexations Creations Nexson's Avatar
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    Check out my work in my threads. I'll get the job done, people will think its stock
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    Sheepdog rdholtz's Avatar
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    Check out the VIA ARTiGO PicoITX kit for the computer. I don't know how big that space is, but the ARTiGO may fit pretty nicely; its dimensions are 5.9"(L) x 4.3"(D) x 1.8"(H) (15cm x 11cm x 4.5cm).
    If just enough is really good, then too much ought to be perfect.

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    Hey, this is unrelated but maybe you can help me out. I have an 02 frontier with stock stereo and I just bought a PAC-OEM harness with RCA outputs. Did you install something like this? (I see you have RCA outputs, but did you make that alteration?) And how did you set your stereo to "AUX"?

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

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    Variable Bitrate djvillar's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsd8cc View Post
    ...I'd like to have it as flush and stock-looking as possible, however I don't have a shop and I'm not a fabrication guru.

    No Problem!!!

    STEP 1:
    Get Nexon's mailing address.

    STEP 2:
    Ship your dash parts to Nexon.

    Step 3:
    Get finished part from Nexon and install.

    Step 4:
    There's no step 4... Job's done and you didn't even break a sweat.

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    +1 for nexon. He did my 2006 maxima. Came out great.
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