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    Pillar Mounts in Arizona

    I thought this would be the best place to post this.

    For those of you running a pillar mount for your tuner, how does it stand up to the heat? I'm in Phoenix and if I leave anything in my truck in the summer it usually stops working. I've burned up a few iPods over the years and I didn't leave them in the direct sun. So what do you guys do?

    As always thanks in advance.
    Michael


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    Re: Pillar Mounts in Arizona

    I use to live in the high desert in SoCal.
    Used a windshield screen when I'm out of it and never had an issue.



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    Same here I use a windshield screen and leave the windows cracked a little. No issues so far.


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    Re: Pillar Mounts in Arizona

    Quote Originally Posted by watersupply189 View Post
    Same here I use a windshield screen and leave the windows cracked a little. No issues so far.


    2016 Ram Laramie 3500, G56, 6.7, MM3 by Double R Diesel, Rough Country Leveling, 35x12.50 Nitto G2, HID headlights and fogs plus many many other add ons.....
    Thank both of you for the replies, do you guys see 115-120* in the truck? I use a screen but it still seems to have an effect on the electronics. I just didn't want to have to take it in and out and I'd like to have it on the pillar as opposed to in the armrest.


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    It was easy to hit 115 + in midsummer for 100 + days in a roll.
    I'm not saying it did not get real warm in the cab in midday. But not hot enough to effect the unit.

    Have you thought of tinting the inside windshield ?
    They have some great films that are clear and reduce a heck of a lot of inside heat.



    Jim


    2006 ~ 2500HD, Big Horn Edition, 5.9, 4x4, Q/Cab, 48RE, L/B, 3.73, S&B CAI & Snout, ProFlo 5" S/S exhaust, Smarty Touch, Oil ByPass Kit, 60 gal main tank, 110 gallon in-bed tank, XX-Fuel System, Coolant Bypass Kit, Mag-Hytec front & rear end covers and trans pan, 285 x 70 x 17

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnOldBiker View Post
    It was easy to hit 115 + in midsummer for 100 + days in a roll.
    I'm not saying it did not get real warm in the cab in midday. But not hot enough to effect the unit.

    Have you thought of tinting the inside windshield ? They have some great films that are clear and reduce a heck of a lot of inside heat.
    That's a great idea! I'll call and schedule that, thanks for bringing it up.

    Michael


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    Re: Pillar Mounts in Arizona

    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelCox View Post
    Thank both of you for the replies, do you guys see 115-120* in the truck? I use a screen but it still seems to have an effect on the electronics. I just didn't want to have to take it in and out and I'd like to have it on the pillar as opposed to in the armrest.
    Yes I’ve seen temps like that before. I’ve tinted my windows. It helps a lot.


    2016 Ram Laramie 3500, G56, 6.7, MM3 by Double R Diesel, Rough Country Leveling, 35x12.50 Nitto G2, HID headlights and fogs plus many many other add ons.....

    2016 Ram 3500 4x4 Laramie Crew Cab
    Cummins, G56, Rough Country Leveling, 35W HID fog lights,35W HID headlights, Lund Attitude Step Bars Sprayed Line-X, Window Vent Visors from EGR, LED Cargo, tag and backup lights, Windows Tinted, DRL's Activated, 35x12.50 18 Nitto Terra Grappler G2, Fuel Vapor Wheels Matte Black w/ Dark Tint, A.R.E. topper, MM3 Tuned by Double R Diesel
    2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4
    Past- 2014 Ram 1500 4x4 Lone-Star Eco Diesel

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