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Servo's Eliminatus ;)
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Ok, I purchased a P/C3 and I'm getting ready to install it.
So I'm prepping the plastic subtray
in the tail section for installing it and wanted to make
room in there and also make an easy route for the P/C3 cables
so they aren't sticking up all over the place.
I want it to look like a professional install.

So all you need is a Dremel tool and a few normal hand tools.
I marked an outline where I wanted to cut the hole for the cables
and cut it out with the Dremel.
Then cut the divider out and grinded it flat and smooth.
I'm going to pick up some Velcro to lay down in the space
and attach some to the back side of the P/C3 so it stays secure.

Here are some pics I took to show you how and where I did it.
It's very easy and will look top notch when finished.
I'm picking up the Velcro Monday,
cause I'm going riding to the islands with Appocalypse tomorrow.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask...
 

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Now mind you, I am gonna cover up the grind marks with some Velcro
so that you don't see them. And so I can attach other items back there without them bouncing around.

Me and Jesse are gonna have a blast riding tomorrow.
Gonna take him to Dauphin Island, ride the ferry across to Ft. Morgan
and ride to Orange beach in Florida.
It is a super scenic ride along the water 90% of the ride.
Then we are coming back here and I'm throwing some chicken
on the BBQ grill and getting our munch on and wash it down
with a few brew-ski's.
 

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Servo's Eliminatus ;)
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Nice I hope some day I will be able to get a PC. Have fun on your ride!:thumbsup:
Save up 200 bucks and you can buy a used one here.
Hell, I've even seen them go as low as 100 bucks.

And thanks, we will.
 

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Servo's Eliminatus ;)
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Damn I gotta get outta Colorado.... Sounds like some fun.
Take a vacation and come down here and ride along the coast.
You would love it. :+1:

And trust me, all of Mississippi is NOT rednecks LOL.
We are different here on the coast.
Hell, I can't even stand country music or 4 wheel drives. Ha Ha Ha.
 

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Take a vacation and come down here and ride along the coast.
You would love it. :+1:

And trust me, all of Mississippi is NOT rednecks LOL.
We are different here on the coast.
Hell, I can't even stand country music or 4 wheel drives. Ha Ha Ha.
Ya, I'm origianally from Louisiana. I ended up in Colorado because of the Army. I got out last year and just haven't left yet due to school and the ol' lady's job.
 

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Ya, I'm origianally from Louisiana. I ended up in Colorado because of the Army. I got out last year and just haven't left yet due to school and the ol' lady's job.
I heard that. I'm waiting for my baby girl to graduate so I can out my house up for sale and move somewhere else where I can afford the freakin insurance.

The damn windpool jumped to 2,800 and flood jumped to 855.
That's not including home owners, and fire and property taxes.

FEMA made it way to expensive to have a house on the coast with insurance.
 

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I know alot of you guys dont want to spend the money on the servo buddy but the pc3 fits great on the place of the servo motor
 

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Hellsrazor, I ended up doing the same thing as you did. But then realized I wanted the extra trunk space instead. What I ended up doing is mount the PC3 to underside of the plate between the front and rear seat. There is just enough room for it to sit in there. Plus you can access the USB port by just pulling off the rear seat. And there is enough cable slack that you can pull off the the plate/PC3 and put it to the side and still work.
 
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