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Accessory Shelf input

Looking to add an accessory shelf to my 06 LT, which one works the best for your LT?

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Re: Accessory Shelf input

+2, BMR rocks.

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post #5 of 13 Old Dec 13th, 2009, 5:45 am
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I'm taking the Zumo mount off my RT to put on my LT. What is the best way to mount it on the shelf? Is it easy to wire myself or should I have the dealer do it?

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Another ^5 for the BMR shelf. There are also lots of mounts made for specific farkles, including GPS.

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BMR for sure.

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Another BMR vote here.

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The BMR co-pilot shelf is the way to go. It offers many options for mounting any farkle imaginable. it can be purchased at

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I liked the RCU shelf, they are in Salt Lake City as I recall. Had one for my 99 LT once had and a GS. Worked great.

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Thanks for the input. Ordered the BMR and it should be delivered this Friday. Now the question is, do I move the GPS up, or leave it on the stingray?

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Thanks for the input. Ordered the BMR and it should be delivered this Friday. Now the question is, do I move the GPS up, or leave it on the stingray?
Move it up to the self, no question.

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