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    Help with Non-Motorized Screen

    hey guys im new here! so first thread...

    I have a 98 Saturn SL2, i currently have a deck in my car with a space above (almost the same size slot for another deck) and would like to take that spot and fill it with a non-motorized screen....anyone know about customizing the kit to fit this in?

    anyhelp/questions appreciated

    Thanks, Mitch

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    You're new here, so I'll start by pointing you towards the FAQ Emporium.

    And there's no need to customize anything. All you need is one of these units from DigitalWW or this model from the MP3car.com store.

    You can do a search on other models of in-dash VGA screens (both motorized and non-motorized) that people have experience with. use those as a guiide to making your screen decision.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Quote Originally Posted by DarquePervert
    You're new here, so I'll start by pointing you towards the FAQ Emporium.

    And there's no need to customize anything. All you need is one of these units from DigitalWW or this model from the MP3car.com store.

    You can do a search on other models of in-dash VGA screens (both motorized and non-motorized) that people have experience with. use those as a guiide to making your screen decision.
    thats exactly the same model i have from DigitalWW.....im thinking of adding to my console where in a saturn there is just an added spot above it to add storage or anything i want to "cut it open" essentially n make it into another DIN spot for the in-dash DigitalWW screen i already have...

    looking for more of a custom place who sells the mounting kit for 2 "decks" essentially...
    thanks, mitchell

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    If you have a double-DIN opening, then a single-DIN headunit and the DWW-7VGT should just slide right in, no mounting kit necessary.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Quote Originally Posted by DarquePervert
    If you have a double-DIN opening, then a single-DIN headunit and the DWW-7VGT should just slide right in, no mounting kit necessary.

    well its not a double DIN spot tho its a storage....if u go to installdr.com and look at the saturn 98 kits, its just a spot above the DIN spot for storage...now my dillema is i want to take that storage spot and transform it into a spot to put the non motorized screen...is there kits out there for double DIN? and where can i get them...

    thanks, mitch

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    Simply remove the storage pocket. It's all you need to do. You might need a bezel, but that should come with the DIN-sized unit you purchase.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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