34 Photos - Jan 4, 2012
Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: One antenna mount fabricated. 16g stainless steel.. Pain to drill, more of a pain to use the chassis punch for the nmo mount.Photo: One mount fabricated... one to go..Photo: Photo: Photo: So I was thinking I'd need to fabricate a new speaker bracket and figure out where to mount it. Turns out there was a convenient hole in the seat mounting bracket that works perfectly for mounting the 2-way speaker. I love it when a neat, and elegant (and free) solution appears in front of your eyesPhoto: Photo: Photo: Removed the little post stand and mounted the head to the back of the shelf. It helps with glare and does not rattle as much. I think it looks better too.Photo: I remoted the mic to the cubby.Photo: I mounted the homebrew mic extension under the upper tray and used the Jeep provided pass through to route the mic cord.Photo: mic extension is a 6 conductor RJ-12 phone extension wired as a straight through.Photo: Jeep thoughtfully provides a pass through channel that works brilliantly for the mic cord. allows for stowing Mic out of sight when not needed.