Spod touch screen location?

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  1. SQRRRL

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    Trying to find a location for an Spod touch screen other than suction cup on the wind shield. Where did you locate your Spod touch screen?
    I have a 2013 LC
     
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    Not sPod (SwitchPro) but I 3M taped it to the left of the steering wheel below the vent. Look at my for sale thread for pics. I liked that location. No idea if the sPod will fit there though.
     
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    Nearly impossible for your knee to hit it unless you're a xenomorph.
     
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    Copy that.
     
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    The LC is not with me but I saw a Tundra/Spod sunglass holder kit. Does anyone know how similar the Tundra/LC sunglass holder is in shape? It might be a fantastic solution.
     
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    look through rs6tofj80 build thread. he installed the tundra sunglass spot kit.
     
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    I’m going to use the same location but with the touch pad.
    Thanks for the help fellas.
     
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    I bolted the sPOD to the rear of the overhead console and like the location.
     
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    Can you post a pic . I'm trying to do the same spot this weekend. With a spod knock off.
     
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    The rig won’t be in my hands until next week. Baby Bear aux fuel tank on other goodies going on.
    I will post. Spod makes a Tundra sunglass holder mount kit. Our LC’s are identical. Check it out. Might work with the knock off.
     
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    This is the way I’m going with the Spod. Thanks for the help fellas!

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    That looks nice, but be sure it doesn't interfere with the A pillar airbag deployment. Looks like it might cause an issue right there and also might cause an issue with with driver's window fogging in the winter since the airflow will be blocked from the upper dash vent.
     
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    I use the larger vent as well. I think I’ll be OK. Airbag? Again I think I’m ok.
     
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    The screen is as high as possible in the pic. It can be lowered to the top of vent. It won’t interfere.
     
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    That would be my concern as well. I wouldn't want the screen to become a projectile if the airbag deploys.
     
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    I've had that cover off, pretty sure that's right in front of the curtain airbag.
     
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