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found these on ebay last year or so for my then Citroen

2 head rests comes complete,with 7ins independant screens (9 Inch) available,2- wireless head sets,Game CDs, remote controls, all the wiring needed to easy install, and will fit any car as it also includes attactments to slide over rods to fit into seats,also adjustable, can view separate CDs or wire for one CD for both screens.USB port, kids love them .

the finish is the same colour and texture as my Antara seats, so out went the VX head rests and in went the ones with the built in screens,cost £150 the lot delivered, they are a great match.

 

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No they are for any car I just happened to have a citroen when I brought them

fit Antara like a glove you would be hard pressed to tell the difference in type and quality to

the Antara
 

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how do you wire them up without any wires showing
 

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Similar ones i had in another car, the wires go down the centre of one of the chrome tubes. Then feed down inside back of seat and bring under seat rails into centre armrest leaving enough slack to allow seat to move fully front to back. Then wired into whatever player you have.

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HoneyMonster said:
Similar ones i had in another car, the wires go down the centre of one of the chrome tubes. Then feed down inside back of seat and bring under seat rails into centre armrest leaving enough slack to allow seat to move fully front to back. Then wired into whatever player you have.
What car is that honey monster
 

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That was a SsangYong Musso :)
 

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That was a SsangYong Musso :)
I remember them we thought about one of them years ago with the Kerando do your ember the shape of them I liked it but hubby did't
 

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What one was yours we went for the Nissan Terrano then how were they in the snow and what one was the best
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Both where powered by built under licence mercedes 2.9 Turbo diesel five cylinders 2.9 litres. Comfort long journeys Musso had more space and airmchairs, whilst Korando was better off road due to short overhangs. Both ran happily on Veg oil giving an aroma of chips out of exhaust, never bothered me but people behind would get hungry :). The Antara is actually from a design done in conjunction with Ssangyong when Daewoo bought them out to gain 4wd technology so all related :)

 

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Both where powered by built under licence mercedes 2.9 Turbo diesel five cylinders 2.9 litres. Comfort long journeys Musso had more space and airmchairs, whilst Korando was better off road due to short overhangs. Both ran happily on Veg oil giving an aroma of chips out of exhaust, never bothered me but people behind would get hungry :). The Antara is actually from a design done in conjunction with Ssangyong when Daewoo bought them out to gain 4wd technology so all related :)

I think if something like the Korando came out I would by it for my daughter (Alysha) she will be 17 in April and will be learning to drive so we have to think what 4x4 she wants
or Maybe the Chevrolet Camero or a wee corvette seen them in Edinburgh at Belmont
 
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