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Ok i want to know what everyone out there has and uses in there cab. It can be anything from something useful like a jake brake to a bobble head i dont care...
 

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I have a trailer brake, guages that measure exhaust temp turbo boost and fuel pressure. I will soon get a cb, pa system.
 

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Juice monitor, cb, radar detector, aftermarket CD player, TOM TOM (rarely gets used), brake controller.... its pretty full in here:lol4:
 

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a 3 guages, exhaust brake mounted to shifter, trailer brake, GPS, and CB with speaker. I also have GENO's cup holder mount.

Doug
 

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I've got a long list...

Three pod pillar with Boost, EGT's and Trans temp
Edge comp controller
Smoke switch
Trailer brake controller
Radar detector above rear view mirror, hard wired to compass assembly wiring (best mod ever)
Touch screen DVD player
10" JL W6 sub sits on the rear seat
Cobra CB system with PA speaker underhood.

More toys coming.
 

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A few of the things that I have are as follows:

Attitude monitor
Scangauge II monitor
Trailer brake controller
CD changer
Roof mounted gun rack complete with rifle and scattergun
CB radio and PA system
Ham radio for storm spotting
Laptop docking station complete with toughbook for storm spotting
Possibly a .45 in the center console depending on who asks
 

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p3 brake controller
touchscreen dvd/nav system
radar detector
2 pod a-pillar mount with boost/pyro
quad pod overhead--no gauges in there yet but its gonna be FP, RP, and two others
genuine 8-ball shifter
glock 40 or kimber 45 depending on my mood
garage door opener and entry gate remote opener :lol4:
 
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