Need help identifying two different consoles

ur20v

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Original poster
Feb 3, 2017
193
Northern Virginia
This one says Jotto Desk, and that's about it. It appears to be made for something with an uneven or asymmetrical floor (see third pic):
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This one has no logos but does have an odd, offset design that might make it easy to identify. It has a laptop mount, and the console itself is very heavy and quite solid.
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Any clues?
 

C17LVFD

Senior Member
May 21, 2010
1,398
Baltimore, MD
This one says Jotto Desk, and that's about it. It appears to be made for something with an uneven or asymmetrical floor (see third pic):
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This one has no logos but does have an odd, offset design that might make it easy to identify. It has a laptop mount, and the console itself is very heavy and quite solid.
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Any clues?
First one is for a Ford Explorer... circa 2010ish I believe. Idk about the second.

Seth
 
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CD3

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May 25, 2010
375
USA, CA
The 2nd one is Troy Products, it is for a truck, with a manual 4x4 lever on the floor. I'd say like a Ford F250, 350. But even then the piece that is long and going foreword throws me off a bit. The angled console, is missing face-plate rails. That console uses a floorplate for mounting.
 
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