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    where do you put your gps reciever?

    I have my whole truckputer in my front cab. I don't know where the best place is to place my gps so it stays hidden, yet visible to the sky and stays secured

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    Mine is buried in my dash, under one layer of plastic panel. Works great!
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Rear package shelf under the "carpet".

    Works great never have a problem with reception.

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    so maybe I can stuff mine in my defrost vent. unless any of you see a problem with the 88 or so degrees of heat affecting that lil unit.

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    in the sunroof.
    good alround reception, be sure to get one that can see through heat-resisting glass

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    ^^ Oh boy, here we go again.........................

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarquePervert View Post
    Mine is buried in my dash, under one layer of plastic panel. Works great!
    +1

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    haha, looks like i started a thought to have ended subject :P. my bad everyone, my bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarquePervert View Post
    Mine is buried in my dash, under one layer of plastic panel. Works great!
    +1

    Been that way for many years, its behind the instrument cluster, only one sheet of plastic dash then windshield. High number of sats constantly.
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    Stuffed mine inside a stuffed ducky to conceal it for security reasons. Then drilled a hole in the duck to mount a suction cup and stuck that on my rear window.

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