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    Guys with extended cab trucks & n20

    Im gonna be ordering a nitrous kit here before long but i just wanted to see some pics of where some of you guys with extended cab trucks mounted the bottle to get some ideas so post up what ya got!!
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    under the back seat.....
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    thats what I was gonna say under the back seat or put em under the center console like mine or (twodogs)
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    I have a crew cab, but mine is also under the back seat.

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    Mine are under the back seat. We were talking about mounting midwestSS's in his bed. I've seen a few people mount them in toolboxes in the bed.

    Depends how much you use the truck 'as a truck', and how much of a toy it is. Mine is under the rear seat directly behind the driver seat. Pretty much makes that side of the truck useless to passengers. If I end up mounting both bottles, I'll put them between the driver and passenger seat (I don't have a center council). If I had kids or something, I'd have gone the tool box option.
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    When I had N2O on my truck I mounted the bottle in plastic tool box in the bed. Think the box cost $50 at Wal-Mart. Could unhook line and just pull the whole box out if I wanted to. Worked great.
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    yea i was thinking about putting it under the seat but i have two 10'' subs i might wanna put under there...so its lookin like imma put it in the bed. Anyone got some pics?
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    Mine is centered under the back seat also.
    Name: Mark,
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    Quote Originally Posted by chvy=power View Post
    yea i was thinking about putting it under the seat but i have two 10'' subs i might wanna put under there...so its lookin like imma put it in the bed. Anyone got some pics?
    Hope you have a cover or that thing will get STOLLLLEEEEEEEEEEEn.

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    Whole point of my ugly tool box was to hide it from the unsuspecting ricer and thieves.
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