My 2006 Ford Explorer

medic0816

New Member
May 29, 2010
12
Hello!!!


This is my 2006 Ford Explorer,it is used as a First Response unit for EMS calls.


Front


(2) Whelen Lin6 Red


(1) Whelen Double Talon R/R


Whelen Headlight flasher


Hella 550 Fog lights


Setina Pushbar


(2) Whelen Tir3 Red (as intersectors)


Back


(2) Whelen Tir6 on deck


(2) Whelen Lin4 R/R in LP bracket


(2) Whelen strobes in reverse lights


Microman 32" Arrowstar


Sides


(2) Whelen Double Talon R/R


Console


Jotto desk console for Ford Explorer


Whelen Siren/controller


Motorola GM300 UHF radio


Uniden Scanner


Other:


Garmin GPS receiver


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This is the pic of the 2006 console


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This is the pic of the 2002 Jotto Desk console


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pmcg10

Member
Jun 14, 2010
19
Connecticut
Nice and clean.


Got any other pics of the Ram in the second picture?
 

TheGatekeeper

Member
Jun 19, 2010
1,734
France
Shouldn't the suction cups be mounted the other way around on a TLN2? (ie the tip of the triangle on top)
 

RL1

Member
May 20, 2010
1,649
Ga
Nice! Is it a POV or work ride?


Gatekeeper, I had mine mounted the way you mention in my Honda, but my friend had to mount his the way the OP has it due to the windshield angle in his truck. I think it's just a 'whatever works for you' thing.
 

medic0816

New Member
May 29, 2010
12
Hi Guys!!!


Thanks for the comments!


I'll post the pics of the interior tomorrow. Mine is a 2006, but we just finished the install on a 2005 Ford Explorer so i'll post that one too.


My unit is a POV.


The Dodge is a 2500 RAM, we also have a 2005 Ford 450 and a 2005 Ford Explorer..pics coming


Jose
 

Klein

Member
May 22, 2010
966
Texas
Very awesome. What model Setina is that? I am looking to change from a brush guard to a push bumper.


Video?? and Interior pics!
 

HILO

Member
May 20, 2010
2,781
Grand Prairie Texas
DEPUTYSTEPHENSON said:
Not if you want it close to the window and to actually hold.

I agree. I flipped the bracket with the middle cup down, and put it in a Colorado. The old mini phanotm would always fall. This truck spends alot of time on ranch roads, and the avenger has not fallen in the 5 months it's been on. And no glue or anything else. I have also done this on my Explorer and it holds just fine even after baking in the Texas sun.


The 2006 looks really good, I like the push bumper. Where did you mount the siren speaker?
 

SeanC898

Member
May 21, 2010
44
Shelton, CT
Klein said:
Very awesome. What model Setina is that? I am looking to change from a brush guard to a push bumper.

Video?? and Interior pics!

Its a PB-400


Klien I thought about putting it on my truck however to do that you have to drill into the bumper. If you look on his Pics the part that goes in is right under the TIR3's.


Nice looking Ride man. I'm seriously thinking about putting on those rain guards on my side windows.
 

medic0816

New Member
May 29, 2010
12
Update


Thanks for all the comments.


1. Added a Microman 32" Arrowstar.


2. Changed the Maxtrac for a GM 300.


3. Added a Garmin GPS receiver


Thanks


Jose
 

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