Not sure. I would think that you could get the channeling up...but how much room is there is really going to be the concern.how hard is it to run wiring up along the door channels? it looks like they really make it hard to lift the door channeling to run the cabling under the carpet.
any help be appreciated
running 3 trunk mounted Motorola 2 way radio systems with remote heads
can control head wiring and antenna up the channel. was pretty easy. now i just have to mount the control head next to the scanner.
then comes the power cabling to run the trunk mounted radios
havent been taking pics , and i guess you can call it a mobile commo unit. don't need alot of power to get around in the city.
did just get the vhf radio mounted in the trunk. thinking of mounting uhf on the opposite side. or even getting a eyewitness installed
Ahhh....I'm thinking you spend a lot of time in your vehicle, eh?well i am trying to set it up for , vhf/uhf-hi/uhf-low/800mhz tunked-multi agency/800mhz data/all freq receiver. would need to mount the uhf on the opposite side and probably custom a rack to stack the rest and secure it bottom of the trunk.
just trying to figure out the power supply and if id have to rear mount a extra battery
Ya, I have not looked but I wonder if there are battery posts that would be easily accessible? The magnums had a trunk mounted battery as well. I never did get to utilize the nice location for anything though.my other was a ion but it got totalled. the thing about the ion it had a trunk munted battery.
if you look in the avenger. i dont even know ow to get it out, its buried in there good