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  1. #1
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    Default Blinder M20 extreme installed 2005 Tacoma

    Here are the pics of my Blinder M20 extreme installed. Piece of cake.


    http://www.geocities.com/malditojoe/tacoma.html

  2. #2
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    very nice and clean.

    now you only need VEIL 8)

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    My Veil experience is posted on the Veil part of the forum. Still freaked out by that.

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    Looks very good, just make sure to get your X50 out of there when driving

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    Looks great. When ROy gets back from his vacation he offered me a deal on a blinder m20. Any things you learned while installing that you would share with me. Any advice.

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    The look great, how far they are from each other, or how far away from the licnece plate?

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    I used the 3M doublesided automotive trim tape to mount the transceivers to the grill. Just taped the bottom of the brackets. It seems to hold very well and you can remove it to reposition if necessary without having to drill any holes. I was working with pretty tight clearance. It is a little hard to tell how square you have them if everything is curved on your front end but leveling them shouldnt be a problem. For my power supply I went to the fuse box under the hood, used a voltage meter to find an empty space with power and just plugged in. It was easier to do this on my truck because all the wiring is hidden in the dash on the new tacomas. Grounded to the fender well inside the hood and ran all the wires through the rubber boot in the firewall where the wiring harness enters. That way I didnt have to drill extra holes in the firewall. All you have to do then is figure where to mount your led and power switch and drill your holes. I left the mute unconnected. To hard to get to the rear of the radio and I dont listen to the music that loud. From the center of the transceivers it is 16" to the center of the headlight, and 18" to the center of the foglights. There is 20" between the transceivers.

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    Nice truck and install.
    One thing i did was to put a 6' level across my truck, so i could make sure the transponders were squared, since my front end also curves.
    it worked well, since what i thought was parrallel wasn't.

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    Another nice install!
    You guys are Flocking good.
    The units are straight, level and in a clean line of sight, that's the way it's done.
    As my buddy (DAN) Larry the Cable Guy, says GITTER DONE.

 

 

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