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    Carputer Shock Absorber

    Hi Everyone,

    I have a 2004 Nissan Armada which rides a little rough. My carputer sits underneath the front passenger seat. I was wondering if there is a product on the market that you can use to lay a carputer on, so when driving it absorbs most of the bumps so that the carputer isn't taking bad hits.

    I was thinking of taping a pillow to the floor of my truck (underneath the front passenger seat) and resting the carputer on top of this pillow. I haven't given it too much thought, but wanted to get some opinions.

    I would have to figure out a way to secure the carputer to the pillow somehow, but that shouldn't be to difficult.

    What do you guys think? or maybe there is a better solution.

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    Consensus is that shock hasn't been a big problem even for fairly rough rides but some have suggested using that gel that they have for wrist wrests and such.

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