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Old 10-01-2011, 01:26 PM   #1
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Honda CR-V and Air Force One

I am installing an Air Force One Braking system in a Honda CR-V 2011.
Does anyone have any pictures of where the control box is mounted or even descriptions of where and how it is mounted in your CR-V. Thank You

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Air Force One is great in sending out drawings for the car it is to be mounted on. If you do not have them I am sure that if you call them they will send it to you. Or let you know where over the phone.
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