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Unread 03-30-2014, 04:35 PM   #1
yohshua
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2000 Grand Cherokee

ok so this is my build I know most threads are outside mods but I desisted to go from the inside out for now ill keep updating this as I keep adding things to the Jeep.

First thing I had to do was get my radios installed,

The goods lol, (kenwood tk762G,kenwood tk860G)



for the antenna I went with 2 NMO mounts into the roof




ran the wires down the rear pillar and behind all the rear trim then out under the drivers chair to the console


the back of the truck ended up looking like a mess of tools and parts


had to take out the whole console to get all the wiring and radios set
I ended up finding all kinds of junk stuck under it when i finally got it off lol


now that it was off I was able to add in the master switch for the 2 radios


finally after all the work this is the outcome I think it looks good just need to clean up a bit of the mess and all should be set


hopfully next i will have a chance to install new headlights and a push bumper

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Unread 04-19-2014, 06:25 PM   #2
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I forgot to upload this before but I used to have an ash tray mount but it did not work for me so i got my hands on the cubby and swapped it out. I then used it to add in my aux into and switch for it I was also able to reuse the ash tray light for the cubby.





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