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Madweevil

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  1. I would like to upgrade my head unit on my 2012 XLT Cargo. Looking for something double din with the ability to view the OEM camera through the screen. I would still like to maintain the external volume controls. An included microphone would be great ( as the OEM one is terrible! ). Not interested in breaking the bank with Navigation and the like. If anyone has any recommendations I would like to hear them!
  2. Madweevil says hello

    Hi everyone! I'm from Ontario, Canada. I purchased my 2012 TC XLT in March of 2017 with 41K on the odometer. I plan on using my TC for work and play. I'm a Journeyman HVAC Mechanic. It currently is fitted out to work but my shelves could be emptied and removed in a couple of hours. I've designed a flip down banquette which I plan to make in the spring. In addition to Solar," fantastic fan" install (Height may be an issue ), Insulation and cladding the interior.
  3. 2012 TC Passenger side armrest mod

    Passenger armrest mod. 2012 TC. I built one using the factory cupholder, ABS pipe and caps, plywood, carriage bolts and some cheap armrests from Canadian Tire. Two fold down cup holders to finish it off.
  4. Passenger armrest

    From the album Madweevil's 2012 TC XLT

    Made this as I was upset there was no passenger armrest. Used factory cup holder, ABS pipe & caps, plywood, carriage bolts and a couple of cheap Canadian Tire "Armrest Cushions".
  5. From the album Madweevil's 2012 TC XLT

    Accessory light switch for task lighting. Below and to the right of the fire extinguisher.
  6. From the album Madweevil's 2012 TC XLT

    I ran a set of wires from the stereo for my rear speakers under the floor and inside a loom along the passenger side rear quarter. Interior lights were replaced with cheap Stick on LED's. I also added Task lights powered via the rear accessory plug assy. There is a switch next to the fie extinguisher.
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    From the album Madweevil's 2012 TC XLT

    Kitted out.
  8. Alurack Roller View

    From the album Madweevil's 2012 TC XLT

    Rack is fitted with a handy rear roller. its large enough to accommodate 4' Sheet goods with ease. Rated at 400#.
  9. Alurack

    From the album Madweevil's 2012 TC XLT

    Very happy with my Alurack. It was ordered from the USA through a local up fitter. It was very easy to install using the factory roof mounting holes.
  10. From the album Madweevil's 2012 TC XLT

    I installed the shelving with Carriage bolts inserted from the backside of the flooring.
  11. From the album Madweevil's 2012 TC XLT

    The only sheet goods wide enough to key in between the wheel wells was 5' X 10' Mahogany!
  12. From the album Madweevil's 2012 TC XLT

    I tried a Polyiso sheet on top of the strips but I found it left too much of a lip.
  13. Passenger seat armrest

    I'm not sure if anyone is still interested, but I made my own. I used the factory cupholder, ABS pipe and caps, plywood, carriage bolts and some cheap armrests from Canadian Tire. I finshed it off with two flip down cup holders. It's sturdy and removable.
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