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I think I have done the things that were important to me!

Black Lug Nuts
Alloy wheel Tire Wheel Automotive tire Rim

Driver/Passenger Tints
Land vehicle Vehicle Car Automotive tire Sport utility vehicle

Tail Light Tint Centers and Lower Light Black Out
Land vehicle Vehicle Car Bumper Sport utility vehicle

Proclip Phone Mount with Hidden Wire
Vehicle Car Steering wheel Center console Steering part

Passport X50 - Hidden Wire back to OEM Lighter Power

Vehicle Car Automotive exterior Auto part Windshield
Vehicle Center console Car Gear shift Auto part

LED Reverse Lights
Land vehicle Car Vehicle Automotive lighting Bumper


Rear Security Shade L-Track Mod for my Crap
Vehicle Car Automotive exterior Trunk Vehicle door
 

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I like that doodad you clip your stuff to. You just put that in place of the one it comes with? Does it still retract a cover?
Take it apart and remove the shade. The outside is metal and you can use short bolts with lock nuts to attach l-track to what would be the solid side that faces towards the rear seats. Reinsert the rod that the shade was attached to and put it back together. Then put it back in backwards with the shade slot now facing the rear seats. You can find one on ebay from any GC if you don’t want to trash yours.
 

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Take it apart and remove the shade. The outside is metal and you can use short bolts with lock nuts to attach l-track to what would be the solid side that faces towards the rear seats. Reinsert the rod that the shade was attached to and put it back together. Then put it back in backwards with the shade slot now facing the rear seats. You can find one on ebay from any GC if you don’t want to trash yours.
I like that idea. way to much work for me but still cool and worth it for you obviously
 

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Ha. Well. I thought the shade is such a waste that there must be something more usable.
 
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Good job on the DIY mods. I am a fan of the blend mount and mirror tap for a super clean radar install. Stays out of site and out of sun.
 

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Nice work and great ideas. Do you happen to have a write up/pics or tips on the escort install. Been waiting to do this but don’t know how the cubby comes apart. Thanks.
Pretty straightforward. I bought a Valentine One power cord from ebay which uses the same ends the passport. The A pillar comes off easily as well as the side panel of the dash and the surround on the steering column. Here is a post on it...it's from Australia so just be aware the driver is on the wrong side of the car.

I bought a Valentine One power cord from ebay which uses the same ends the passport uses and is a little thicker and higher quality than just an RJ-11 phone cord I ran that cable across the dash/windshield gap, then down the bottom of A pillar, then across the bottom of steering to the area just left and below the center cubby where you would plug in your passport power supply. If you reach up under the door of cubby, their is a gap that allows you to push the cord from the lighter adapter up and over the left side. The lower panel pulls right out, and you can then find the power supply you just pushed from the cubby. At this point you need an RJ-11 coupler. Amazon.com: Tripp Lite RJ11 Modular Coupler, Straight-Through Inline Coupler (F/F) (P420-001): Electronics Problem is you need a straight pin in = pin out...most don't do that so you have to take the coupler apart and just move the pins to where they match up exactly (not hard). Then just plug the cords together. I like this setup because I can still move it to another car and i have the mute button on right at the cubby. I can post pics shortly.
 
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Tail Light Tint Centers and Lower Light Black Out
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They look great! Where did you get them from and where they hard to install?

LED Reverse Lights
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Looks Amazing! If you don't mind me asking...Are the LED reverse bulbs so bright they "white out" the video when backing up? And where did you get them?
The centers are through I guy named srtninjausa on Instagram. The Detailing Ninja on Instagram: “Tutorial: 📚 How to install my custom pre cut tint on a Jeep Grand Cherokee. ✌🏼 @devergent98 Jeep SRT CRSpotless spotless rinse drying on…” Not super difficult to do...but takes some work to get all bubble out.

The LED's do not white out camera...they just make everything appear much clearer and brighter.

Make sure you get the bulb number right because not all 4 are the same.
 

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had to add one more. Now with the time change I was reminded how useless the trunk lights are. LED is a big improvement. View attachment 8575
Wow, those hatch light really make a difference it seems. Love the One-Up bicycle rack also. ☺ 👍 I don't see the wide tire spacers for large plus size or Fat Bike tires though.😉

So are you totally happy with the Pro Clip phone holder? Would you buy it again or try something or another location instead?
 

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Wow, those hatch light really make a difference it seems. Love the One-Up bicycle rack also. ☺ 👍 I don't see the wide tire spacers for large plus size or Fat Bike tires though.😉

So are you totally happy with the Pro Clip phone holder? Would you buy it again or try something or another location instead?
I have been happy with Proclip...good eye level - it does block some are flow.
 
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