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    Rockin the cutlass!
    lol i got the same car and toolbox in my trunk, same job too
    i drop you a message when i get my 92 cutlass complete.
    cool

    I went out and took some pics of the Inverter in my datalux
    - I cracked the touch screen - "not the lcd" - I was trying to
    remove it - and it cracked - no loss thats what plexi glass is for,
    I just cut to the same size and shape and used some black silicone
    around the edge to hold it in place - then I masked off were the
    lcd is and painted the plxi glass black - not perfect but works -
    screen is more clear but now has some screen glare

    here is were I placed the inverter - I used the 12v line and ground
    that comes into the datalux to also power the inverter - the white
    block - is styrofoam to help hold the control board to the lcd -
    with the huge pot holes out here - the datalux flickers sometimes
    - they had a small black foam block and a screw to hold it in place -
    I guess after time and huge pot holes, it stops working all that well

    The controler is on the left - the inverter is in the right -
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    here is how I mounted the cell phone mount
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    here is a test of the brightness - I use a flash on my cam
    and its 12 noon with the lcd half in the sun - and tilted to
    have the worst screen glare
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    here is a desktop image, same setup, no flash
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    I want to no all the stuff you used to mount the monitor, I have the same car and i like how it was done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raysyouth View Post
    I want to no all the stuff you used to mount the monitor, I have the same car and i like how it was done.
    just remember - its hard to use the touch screen down there -
    I had to use a mouse and keyboard


    It was an old cell phone mount, here are 2 more pics of it

    got it used at a second hand shop -

    good luck
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    I really like that is there a brand or anything so i can a closer search to buy it off line, or if you no were you might find one,

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    Quote Originally Posted by raysyouth View Post
    I really like that is there a brand or anything so i can a closer search to buy it off line, or if you no were you might find one,
    it looks like panavise from the pic

    I googled panavise and found this page

    yep its a panavise - looks like the PANAVISE 727-06

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    car

    hey what size are the front speakers and it is hard to install them. also is it hard to install the back speakers and how big are they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hockieplaya15 View Post
    hey what size are the front speakers and it is hard to install them. also is it hard to install the back speakers and how big are they?
    You got to remove the entire dash top - major pain, and if I remember correct
    the front ones are an odd size

    here are a few pics


    I was able to put 6x9s in the back - but even then they were an odd fit

    Good luck

    BTW the Pioneer TS-66 that I used in the front were truck speakers that came in a box,
    the speakers when removed from the truck box were about 4in, they would not fit
    so I had to remove some plastic, so I am guessing that the factory speakers are 3in to 3.5in
    - thats just a guess
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