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    Default Audio Shop near Chino?

    Got a Silverado and an Avalanche. Looking to do DVD in one at least maybe both. Also the possibility of remote starts in one or both and maybe IPOD adapters. Nothing to fancy just stuff that works. Probably flip down DVD from roof for cost effectiveness and theft deterence. Maybe I get a package deal for doing two trucks? Anyways who is recommended around here? I know people have said Al n Ed's at Ontario Mills. Also Wired for Sound but I don't want to go to Temecula. Any other suggestions?

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    Default Al & Ed's in Ontario

    880 N. Rochester Rd.
    Ontario, CA 91764

    (909) 481-8411

    They can build from mild to wild and there pricing is great.(Tell them you were reffered from Performance Boats)

    Call and ask for Dave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cole Trickle View Post
    880 N. Rochester Rd.
    Ontario, CA 91764

    (909) 481-8411

    They can build from mild to wild and there pricing is great.(Tell them you were reffered from Performance Boats)

    Call and ask for Dave.
    ditto. You can also ask for Dallas as he is there much more than Dave.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cole Trickle View Post
    ....with enough Patron anything is possible:beer

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    Great thanks. I also got PM from someone else reccomending Dave. I will visit or give a call within the next couple of weeks.

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    You could also talk to Chad at Classic Auto Sound in Chino. They are in the shopping center southeast of Central and Philidelphia. The guy knows his stuff.

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    I thought classic was no more
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    Nope, changed owners but the manager/installer is still running the show.

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    Transonic in upland

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