where can I put the screen? I dont wanna hard mount it in cuz after a certain mileage I will get another truck and dont wanna have to tear up the truck getting it out. Is there a way to get screens for the top and bottom bunks that can be removed easily :dunno:Originally posted by sleepy526@Aug 22 2005, 09:34 PM~3672787
big speakers and a big amp and a tv screen so if u get bored on the road
I want 2 screens for the top and bottom bunks plus dvd and cdOriginally posted by dirtywhiteboy66@Aug 23 2005, 01:02 PM~3676073
I would get the Pioneer AVIC-N2 it as GPS Navigation. But if you are looking for portable, there are some portable system that are in the Crutchfield catalog, and it is a 10" screen with a DVD player
you'd be surprised at what you can do to an 18 wheeler. Unfortunately I'm a company driver so no actual spinners or nice paint jobs for me. I might do KO's on the wheel hub n some chrome pieces on the outside, but I need some sounds and a/v to keep me happy at the truck stopsOriginally posted by CuttieBuddie@Aug 23 2005, 07:38 PM~3678438
that is gangsta, i would love to be riding down the road, and hear a hi's mid's and lows comming from not a honda, not a suburban, not my truck (i had to throw that in), but from an 18 wheeler...
i saw a frieghtliner in march that had 24" rims with spinners(the front 2 wheels, and rear outer 4wheels where 24") going down the road dragging about a 20' load behind it....had to be one of the best road experience i've had in a while....i honestly didnt think you could do that, i thought they frieghters had to roll those 22.5's and then what threw me off was that his tires weren't the normal "see on big truck" tires... i dont know how all that shit worked how, but he was stunting hard with it, he had a nice paint job on it as well, not magazine worthy, but VERY nice