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Old 02-12-2017, 06:31 AM   #15
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Our situation is perhaps a bit different because we have a jumbo-sized windshield, larger than many TVs, but we suspended our 7-inch monitor from the cab header and have had no issues with it, other than the need to be careful with the rear wiring when we put the windshield interior sun shade in place. This Air Forums thread describes the installation process.

These pics show it with the cab liner removed (the photos say left and right because it switches to side camera views when the turn signal is actuated... these pics also show a wire hanging down but that is not present in the finished installation as it was fed through the trim).


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Old 02-12-2017, 08:44 AM   #16
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Just an idea, but my old GPS came with a "Bean Bag" mount. It just sits on the dash. I'll bet Ram Mounts makes something like it.

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Hey... so my AS came with an enormous screen to go with my backup camera. Any tips on how to mount that thing?
Ram Mounts are extremely well made and are very durable and versatile. They can be used to hold almost any electronic device and are often used by professionals.
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Old 02-12-2017, 04:35 PM   #18
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I use Proclip mounts I have the Voyager backup camera and the monitor keep falling from the windshield with the suction cup. I ordered a Proclip dash mount and a Proclip Device Mounting Adapter part # 215053. The device mounting adapter mounts perfectly to the monitor and the monitor then slides into the dash mount. It is easy to remove and store out of sight and the monitor is very stable and doesn't wobble.

I just switched trucks so I have a dash mount # 854873 that I'm not using if anyone is interested they can have it if they pay the postage (I used this mount on a 2015 Ford F250 but it may also get other vehicles)


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