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sounds like a cool idea. havent seen anyone with that but id like to see it done. seems it would also be a bit cheaper and easier to do not having to run wires into the cab. let us know if u do it:thumbsup
Yeah, i was toying with that idea myself when i get a truck, it would be a lot easier than running everything inside and would look great i think, if you do it let us know how it turns out and if i beat you to it I'll definitely post it up.
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I interested in seeing the installed pics as well.
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thought about doing the same thing myself. would be interested in some pics as well
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