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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!
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    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.
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    Madweevil's 2012 TC XLT

    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.
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    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.
  5. I was frustrated that there was no passenger armrest in my 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 finish it off. It's sturdy and removable!
  6. I was frustrated that there was no passenger armrest in my TC . I built one using the factory cupholder, ABS pipe and caps, plywood, carriage bolts and some cheap armrests from Canadian Tire.
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