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TCalYen 
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Looks good!
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That looks awesome, great job.
wattslok187 
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I have a question

Did you use the stock panel and cut it up and then molded the openings for the dvd player and the Monitor?

Jimmy

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5150azn 
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wattslok187 wrote:

I have a question

Did you use the stock panel and cut it up and then molded the openings for the dvd player and the Monitor?

Jimmy

Yep, I used the stock panel and cut it up.
Tell the Snap-On guy I'm not here!
5150azn 
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I guess you can call this an "After After" picture. Dude got divoced, wife is keeping the tahoe haha
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HottAccord 
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Wow, nice job! Looks practically stock!
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pmendoza408 
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thats funny i guess she can put some cup holders there or use it as a cd storage
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Good job. Sorry it was in vain. But you gained a bit more knowledge now on both ends. 2005 tahoe console monitor - Page 2 - Last Post -- posted image.
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chico1gg 
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Good Job. I to also put a 8" monitor in my Yukon. Here's a pic.2005 tahoe console monitor - Page 2 - Last Post -- posted image.
blazeronspokes 
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looks real good. we did one over at the shop i work at for a 7" widescreen too, but we opted not to do the dvd player below since he had one already installed elsewhere.

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