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Hey guys, first time post on here! It seems like I am always here trying to find answers, but I never made an account until now so yall help me out if you can! I was just curious if anyone knows of a company or knows where I can purchase a Console Kit like the one Legends Offroad made. Their website says they do not make these kits anymore, which is unfortunate because i just paid $1,200 for a full console upgrade for the sole purpose of throwing an iPad in there, lol.
Logan_343 posted a topic in Audio, Electronics, OnStar, MyLink, Intellilink & SiriusXMHey guys, Sorry if this topic is in the wrong spot, but I was wondering if anyone has or has seen an iPad dash for a 2017 Silverado. I’ve seen a couple around the internet of an iPad and an iPad Mini (I will attach some images of what I’ve seen) but I’m going to get a new iPad with cellular data this Christmas and didn’t want to get it if it won’t even fit. But let me know what you find or attach some images in the comments. I’m having an after market company make the whole thing I just have the bring the iPad but I didn’t want them to call me and say the iPad doesn’t fit. But what I was wanting is the iPad to be removable and the factory radio screen to be behind the iPad.
First of all, let me say that I absolutely love my stock sound system. My truck is a 2015 Silverado LS, and as good quality my stock stereo sounds, I hate its screen, it has big pixels, and it is just ugly looking. So, I decided that I wanted to have an iPad to cover for it, plus with the tablet, I can have all my music and stuff there, to free some memory from my iPhone, and a bigger screen to use for GPS navigation, both for Street/On-Road driving and Off-Road routing. The total cost for this mod was around $200 dollars for the iPad (Gen4 Wifi+Cellular) and less than $3 dollars for the velcro I used to mount it to my dashboard. I totally recommend this to anyone interested on doing this, and I'm very happy with the performance of the setup and with its looks. -You can pull the iPad off the dash and use it normally at home. -Cheaper solution than buying a Lowrance professional GPS plotter that goes for 1,000+ US$ -Bigger Screen is easier to read, rather than using your phone So, without further ado, here is the process and finished product, hope you guys enjoy the video: