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Old 06-30-2006, 08:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok, since i decided to keep my car, its alreadu got some go, time for a little more show....this guy that does most of the custom interiors for show cars down here is a good friend of mine, in exchange for my stereo, hes going to do the whole custom thing so i can fit a 2 din screen where my stereo and ac controls are right now, ive got 2 questions, im looking to spend up to $650 for a double din screen, i really REALLy want it to be touchscreen, and i know that kenwood, clarion, and jensen, make them for about that price...jsut havent had any luck finding them...anyone on here know where i can get one...da_bull?? any connections??

also, since im getting the AC controls relocated, anything the guy should look out for, or something, like more wire, or be carfeul with something??? thanks guys!
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I dont really have any good connections and I really dont care for Crutchfield, but this Clarion ProAudio VRX755VD is a good buy. http://www.crutchfield.com/S-fkElh4o...avf=Y&skipvs=T

As far as relocating the AC, just lengthening the wires, they need to be done one at a time, fairly straight forward, I cant remember if you have any vacuum lines in there or not. Just have him be patient.

I just re-read your post. Are you wanting a dbl DIN screen or a fold out screen from a DIN opening? If its a screen youre looking for where is your headunit going to be and what are you planning on running to the screen? I am not sure of any screen-only with a radio controller.
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i, looking for a double din in dash dvd/screen thing, but ive thnnking about a flip out too seeing as how they tend to steal shit quite often in some places down here
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