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Old 12-28-2007, 07:40 AM   #1
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Default Mounted my Sirius and Magellan

I have an older Kenwood Sirius receiver in my Suburban and here is where it was mounted:

I made these changes, what do you think?

The next thing I am going to do is put an auxillary outlet in the front of my console to hide the cord to the magellan. I plan on having it connected to my auxillary so it turns itself on whenever I start my truck.

I also want to fill the gaps beside the sirius receiver. What would be a good material to use? I do have a dremmel for fabricating, but not much knowledge on materials.
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