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Name this console...

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Name this console...

Postby alex » Sun Jun 21, 2009 7:33 pm

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Hey Guys...

I don't have a clue who makes these consoles as they have no stickers on them... Can you identify what type this is so I can buy some faceplates? (Bonus points if your a dealer and have good pricing on 'em).

Thanks,

Alex

(PS Sorry for the crappy image.)
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Re: Name this console...

Postby fineshot1 » Mon Jun 22, 2009 4:29 am

Well, perhaps you can work on a better pic or pics but going by what I see(which aint much)
it reminds me of a Havis-Shields console as it is very squared off and boxy looking and it also
seems to have the bolts at the bottom which I think is the way they attach to the mounting
trays.
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Re: Name this console...

Postby alex » Mon Jun 22, 2009 5:23 am

Well, this one just has a channel which has a bunch of bolts in it that run the length of the channel. You move the bolt to where you want to lock down the bracket, and drop the screw in.

I was almost thinking Havis, but don't know well enough.

I can take a better photo tonight, but I was hoping someone would recognize the channel.

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Re: Name this console...

Postby alex » Mon Jun 22, 2009 6:41 am

Ok, it was pointed out to me via IM that it's probably a Havis C Series console...

I need to get 4 CDM brackets, 2 A/W7 dash mount brackets, and a couple of Vertex brackets, but I have no idea what model [yet].

If you can help me out - drop me a PM.
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Re: Name this console...

Postby Mraudio » Wed Jul 01, 2009 5:20 am

Alex last I knew Havis-Troy-Jotto faces all interchanged just the material and thickness is "slightly" different. I believe you could use any of them. FYI this may be a lesser known company called Stuart-stewart someting to that effect
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Re: Name this console...

Postby alex » Wed Jul 01, 2009 6:34 am

Yeah, we are using a mismash of plates. We found a solution that will work, it's a bit of a pain, but it'll work.

Thanks guys....

-Alex
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