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Doverpoint
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    1. Bigsteve04Ho
      Bigsteve04Ho
      Hey i got a better solution. Take a sheet of abs and cut it to the size of the factory radio opening. Cut it to where you can bolt it in with the factory screws. Then cut a second piece to get the thickness right. Bolt the two pieces in the factory location. After that i used velcro to secure the tab to the Abs and it fits flush to the bezel. I didnt do any trimming on the bezel whatsoever and the tab is fully viewable and useable. Hope this helps if you havent done yours all the way yet.
    2. Bigsteve04Ho
      Bigsteve04Ho
      Do you have pics of how you mounted the tab in your dash? I want to put mine there but lack the creativity to figure it out.
    3. HDRock1
      HDRock1
      Yes I did ,and went to jail
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    2001 Tahoe LS - (2001 to 2020) Made it to almost 300k miles - rust

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    2017 Tahoe LT - Current
    2009 Cadillac Escalade - Too much bling...sold it at 35k miles, went back to driving the below 2001 Tahoe
    2001 Tahoe LS - (2001 to 2020) Made it to almost 300k miles - rust
    1996 Tahoe LT - Most comfortable seats of any Tahoe I have ever had. Like leather pillows