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post #61 of 70 Old 09-20-2015, 08:46 PM
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Nice work, looks awesome!!!!
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Toy Hauler Mods

I've had my 159WB for a few months now and have been slowly adding my mods. I've added Rigid Industries fog lights in front, LED interior lights to the cargo area, L-Track from floor to ceiling, and a Maxx Fan on top. I'm still debating which sleep system will be the best for me, and I'm getting closer to getting a 2 person bench seat in back. So far the van has worked perfectly for me.
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post #63 of 70 Old 10-04-2015, 11:03 PM Thread Starter
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Not much new... Mounted my fire extinguisher, installed a cargo net and made a pillow as an arm-rest for when the wife drives.




The pillow has a couple of thin plastic pieces that slip down into the window channel to keep it in place.





The cargo net is to keep whatever is on the top shelf from coming forward in a quick-stop. It's not a heavy-duty net but I don't put anything heavy on top.




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More done but not much work involved... Other than swiping the credit card....

Heated seats



Remote Start: Astrostart RS-614XR
http://www.astrostart.com/products/P...ProductID=4317



Windows: Motion Windows




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Makevx73, the Motion Windows look great! Did you do the install or did you sub it out?
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"I use the same ram mount on my motorcycle and liked it so much I bought a second for my sons motorcycle. I have an htc one with otterbox case and it holds it very well.

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Makevx73, the Motion Windows look great! Did you do the install or did you sub it out?
Did it the lazy way... Paid somebody

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... additional info on heated seats (ie. manufacturer and model, installer) would be greatly appreciated, especially since I could probably go where you went to git 'er done! For seats, I might even attempt the install, seems pretty simple!

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Working on the van, and my website about it! Please visit www.empowersites.com/edsvan or here on the forum
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... additional info on heated seats (ie. manufacturer and model, installer) would be greatly appreciated, especially since I could probably go where you went to git 'er done! For seats, I might even attempt the install, seems pretty simple!

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I got all the work done at:

Action Glass LLC
237 South Main Street, East Windsor, CT 06088

They use products from:

http://www.heatyourseat.com. Don't have a model number and the site doesn't list one for PM's (not surprised there...) you can order by "size" though if they don't have an exact one.

As I mentioned, I was lazy on this project. It was in for the Windows and remote start so had them do the seats too. Almost sprung for heated wipers also... I've been working a lot of overtime so I figured I'd treat myself...

There's a you tube vid there showing how it's done. It looks pretty easy. With all the radio wiring skills you have it would be easy.

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