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Old 06-17-2009, 03:12 AM   #1
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Need a double Din install performed cheap, Back up cam? Blue tooth (so-cal only!)

Ok so I spent A LOT of time comparing places and getting to know different shops, and employees. I finally found a place in Orange county that is VERY affordable for double Din install, they have a ton of experience with BMWs and try to get your buy in by just showing you their place and their work. I don't know about posting them up publicly on here but if you want the website, shop location, phone # send me a PM! They are doing my Double din install for $200 as long as I supply the eBay kit. They also recommended I do steering controls, back up cam, blue tooth, ect.. for a small additional fee showing they have confidence doing that as well.

(I HAVE NO affilication with this shop I promise! You can proove this by looking at my post history I have SEVERAL post trying to get info on DIY for this install, and asking for members help on here offering to pay for assistance. The only offer I got was from a member here who wanted $600)

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Old 06-17-2009, 03:50 PM   #2
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A double DIN for $200 seems like something is missing as the work required at any reasonable shop rate would add up to more. You should post pictures when it's done to show the quality of the work. Even better if you could post pictures of the duct modification work behind the head unit, that would be a real indication of the quality of the install.

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Old 06-17-2009, 04:02 PM   #3
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