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Old 12-30-2002, 02:33 AM
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I was wondering if you had any pics of consoles you could post to your photo album so some of us others may get some inspiration. And when you build them, do you have a specific supplier for light, cupholders, CD holders, etc.

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Old 12-30-2002, 06:28 AM
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Im working on a Ranger right now that has a hidden compartment, with a door that slides back to reveal the air ride controls, power window switches, headlight controls, and other misc. switches. The console also has a TV screen, digital air ride controls, and CD player. It will be on my website when its done.

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As far as pictures, most of my work is on that website. Ill look through my pictures to see if I have any better pictures of some of them.

I buy different lights depending on what a customer wants. Phipps makes REALLY nice lights in a oval shape, but they are kind of expensive ($70 for a dome light and $45 for a courtesy light, retail). I use Billet Specialties rectangle and oval lights a lot ($35.00 a piece retail). I use these rectangle black plastic lights (i paint the black plastic to match my interiors) that I always have in stock, they sell for $15. The rectangle plastic ones are really neat because they have a built in switch, you just have to rotate the lens slighty and the light turns on, pretty slick. Cup holders, I buy mine from Miami Corp., but I think you have to be a business to buy from them, if you're interested, I can get them for you, they're pretty cheap. CD holders, I always just make my own. Build a wood box in the console the right size to fit like 10 CDs and cover the inside with cheap trunkliner.

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Old 12-30-2002, 10:51 AM
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KK, Dig the site, great work. Keep it up

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