Nav Unit For H1

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Nav Unit For H1

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Ok guys.. who has what installed and how??



Looking to install on it my H1....looking for ideas...
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tom tom for me brooooooooo and i can use it any were in the world <img src='http://www.canadianhummerclub.com/forum ... ght_on.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':right_on:' />
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Hi Derek i have a magellen nav simple to install and user friendly i some times over ride it as it does'nt allways give you the shortest route,but i'm happy enough with it.The Bear
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need photos boys...
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Just use the suction cup style. user friendly and usable in all vehicles you have. I use a Garmin Nuvi 245/255. Just make sure your navi is up to date!!!



Just in case you need to find a Parts store on an interstate.



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[quote name='Roy' date='11 August 2010 - 10:22 AM' timestamp='1281540173' post='20114']

Just use the suction cup style. user friendly and usable in all vehicles you have. I use a Garmin Nuvi 245/255. Just make sure your navi is up to date!!!



Just in case you need to find a Parts store on an interstate.



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yep been there and done that with Markus.....but I was looking for something a bit more "finished" looking...currently I have a suction cup one but wanted a more Factory look..
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I got an installer that will mod anything. They did an H1 there with so many custom mods, its crazy. I have used in the past 8" touch screens, modified into the dash and these are units that you can plug multiple sources into such as DVD, Nav, etc. It doesnt get any better than that.

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