2Table of ContentsCONSOLESAngled Series Consoles (AS Series) C3 - C12Angled Series Console Housings C4 - C5Angled Series Crown Vic Packages C6Angled Series Impala Packages C7Angled Series Intrepid Packages C8Angled Series (AS Specific) Options & Accessories C9-12Combo Boxes (Combination Armrest/Storage/Power Outlets)C9Cup Holders C10Monitor & Keyboard Mounts C11-C12Wire Cover Panels C11-C12Enclosed Consoles (C Series) C13 - C19C C-3011 Enclosed Consoles C14 - C17C-Series Full Size Light & Medium Truck Consoles C17C-Series Consoles W/Trak-Mount Extension C18 - C19Vehicle Specific Consoles (VS Series) C20 - C23Ford Crown Vic, Dodge Durango C21Dodge Durango (continued), Ford Explorer C21Ford F-150, Ford Expedition, and GM (Silverado, Yukon, Tahoe, Suburban) C23Equipment Brackets & Filler Plates C24 - C33AS, C & VS Series Console Options & Accessories C34 - C44Armrests, cup holders. lighter outlets, map lights C34 - C38Accessory Pockets and Mic Clips C39Switch Boxes C42 - C43Storage Boxes C43 - C44Console Mounting Kits & Brackets C55 - C59COMPUTER MOUNTSTrak-Mount Mounting Bases (TM Series) C45 - C5412” - 32” TM-Series Bases C46 - C47TM-Series Vehicle Specific Kits C48TM-Series Accessories & Universal Computer Mounts C49 - C54Gas Shock Computer Mounts (GS Series) C60Telescoping Computer Bases (TCB Series) C61 - C84TCB-Series Bases C62 - C67TCB-Series Laptop Mounts, Tilt & Swivel Brackets C68 - C70Computer Specific Mounting Systems C71 - C84Motorola, Panasonic C71 - C77Data C78Printer, Modem,Scanner (Peripherals) & Mounts C80Computer Mounting Accessories C81 - C84Air Bag Switches C84RADIO TRAYSTrunk Mounted Radio Trays C85 - C87Consolidator Replacement Parts & Accessories C88Motorcycle Communication Boxes C89This is a test. I would like to explain how the Table of Contents are the most important part of the catalog. With the exception of:Vehicle application guideIsoviews of productsBlah blah
3Glossary of Consolidator® Terms Bail Bracket – “U” shaped bracket (Trunion)Equipment Bracket – Mounts control head into consoleExternal Mount – Mounts to outside of consoleExtrusion – Heavy duty rail with special slotsFiller Plate – Blank panel fills empty space in consoleHat Bracket – Hat shaped adaptor bracketHump Bracket – Floor mount bracketInternal Mount – Mounts inside consoleMTF – Mount to floorN/A – Not availableSwivel – Turns or adjust side to sideTilt – Adjusts angle
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19Angled Series Consoles Installation Instructions Models C-AS-1060, 1025, 1325, 1525 & 1725TOOLS REQUIRED:Standard and Metric socket set with 6”extension.Standard and Metric wrench set#20 and #15 Torx driverTrak MountedHARDWARE:8 GSM Hex head cap screw ¼-20 x ¾”8 GSM Flat washer ¼”6 GSM Lock Washer ¼”8 GSM Hex nut ¼-20INSTALLATION:1. Remove front seat mounting bolts near transmission hump. Loosen outboard bolts.2. Place Hex head cap screws ¼ - 20 x ¾” into under side tracks of trak mount and3. Position trak mount in desired location before tightening down hump mount.4. Mount rear hump brackets to under side of trak.Place trak with positioned hump mount brackets over transmission hump and ontofront and rear seat mount studs. Place seat bracket on top of hump mount bracketsand replace seat mount bolts.6. Slide console up to dash and secure to trak mount with 1/4” hardware.7. Unit is ready to accept equipment heads.Hump Bracket Mounted4 GSM Carriage bolt 5/16-18 x ¾”4 GSM Retaining nylon washer4 GSM Flat Washer 5/16”4 GSM Nylock nut 5/16-181. Remove front seat mounting bolts near transmission humpPlace Carriage bolts into slots from underneath to top of hump mount bracketand place nylon retaining washer on bolt on top side to hold in place.Place hump mount bracket over transmission hump and onto seat mount studs,place seat bracket on top of hump mount bracket and replace seat mount bolts.4. Place console on hump bracket and secure with 5/16” flat washer and nylock nut.5. Unit is ready to accept Equipment heads NOTE: Models C-AS-1025 & 1060 must be mounted on trak-mount in the Impala.2/34562/34
20Angled Series Question What is the #1 selling feature of an Angled SeriesConsole?ERGONOMICS
27Assembly and installation instructions for C Series and C/TM Series console This model requires drilling holes in floor. It is designed so that it will not interfere with air ducts, wire harnesses, hoses, etc. However, we recommend that you CHECK UNDER CARPET AND FLOOR for proper clearance before drilling holes.Step 1. Remove the front seat-mount bolts closest to the transmission hump. Place the hump-mount bracket over the hump and align the holes.Place the factory seat bracket over top of the newly added hump-mount bracket base. Replace all seat-mount hardware and tighten.WE RECOMMEND attaching the bail bracket or Trak-Mount base to the hump-mount bracket prior to hump installation.Step 2. Bolt the bail bracket to the hump-mount bracket using 1/4” hardware supplied. Adjust to center of seats and tighten.Step 3. Bolt rear L bracket to rear of console with 1/4” x 3/4” screws and serrated nuts. (Do not tighten). Slide console in between bail brackets. With four (4) 1/4” x 1/2” screws and flat/ split washers, bolt console to bail bracket using 1/4” nuts already in lower track. Adjust console into desired position and tighten all screws. Using 1/4” x 3/4” self-tapping screws, fasten rear L bracket to transmission hump.IMPORTANT! USE ONLY FACTORY SUPPLIED HARDWARE.Step 4. After selecting correct filler plates and equipment mounting brackets, bolt equipment heads to brackets.A. Spacers may be needed for some heads to achieve 8-5/8” equipment bracket flange width. (See equipment bracket illustration at bottom).B. Most bracket sets have pre-determined equipment head mounting holes. Installer can drill new holes if a different location is desired.Step 5. Complete all wiring making sure enough wire is usedso components can be removed from console for servicing.Step 6. Insert equipment heads with equipment brackets intoconsole. Use # 8 x 3/8” T-2 Torx screws.Step 7. Secure mount screws and all hardware.
28C/TM Series (Enclosed with Trak-Mount) Consoles Provides safest laptop computer mountingCombines enclosed and Trak designsExcellent adjustabilityHeavy duty extrusion
29Safe Laptop Mounting C-TM Question What is the most important feature of the C/TM Series?Safe LaptopMounting
43Assembly & installation instructions for Trak-Mount (TM Series) mounting base Step 1. Remove the front seat-mount bolts closest to the transmission hump. Place the hump-mount bracket over the hump and align the holesStep 2. Make sure Trak-Mount is bolted in desired position before bolting down hump-mount bracket.Step 3. Place 1/4” x 1/2” hex head cap screws into the bottom outer tracks and lightly fasten down the equipment mounting brackets.Step 4. Bolt equipment heads to brackets. Complete all wiring. Use enough wire so components can be removed from console.Step 5. Insert equipment heads with #8 x 3/8” T-2 Torx screws. Secure seat-mount bolts and all hardware.Material listTrak-Mount extrusion-10, 12, 15,18, or 24-inch standard length1 Hump-Mount bracket12Hardware list for hump-mount bracket4 Hex head cap screws 1/4” x 3/4” GSM330014 Hex nuts 1/4” GSM300054 Flat washers 1/4” GSM310054 Lock washers 1/4” GSM310263456
44TM Series (Trak-Mount) SturdyEconomicalLots of AdjustmentLimited AccessoriesNew floor Traks available for:2004 Explorer2004 ExpeditionTahoe, Suburban, Yukon, Yukon XL, Silverado, and Sierra pick-ups2004 Durango
453 C-CB-1 C-CB-2 C-ARM-3-TM Trak Mount Question How many armrests can be mounted directly to a Trak-Mount?What are the part numbers?3C-CB-1C-CB-2C-ARM-3-TM
49Assembly & Installation instructions C-TCB-1 mounting bracket For Chevrolet Caprice, 1997– 2000 Chevrolet Lumina, 1995– 2001 Ford Crown VictoriaStep 1. Loosen front and rear passenger seat bolts.Step 2. Slide base of the pole support assembly under the front inboard (closest to the transmission hump) seat base. Slide the side brace arm underthe front outboard (closest to the door) seat base.Step 3. Attach side and forward brace arms to pole support assembly with 5/16” x 1” screw. (Do not tighten yet). Align the holes of the seat base, the pole supportassembly, side brace arm, and floor holes. Firmly tighten all four seat bolts without over tightening.Step 5. Using two 1/4” x 3/4” self tapping screws, drill holes and attach lateral (forward) brace arm to vehicle floor or transmission hump.Step 6. Tighten the hex head screw that attaches the brace arms to the telescoping post when finished.Height closed: 10”Height fully extended: 16”Material list1 Pole support assembly CM1 Telescoping pole assembly CM1 Side brace arm assembly CM1 Lateral (forward) brace arm assembly CMHardware list2 Flat washers 5/16” GSM310061 Hex head cap screw 5/16” x 1” GSM330121 Nylock nut 5/16” GSM300172 Self-tapping screws 1/4” x 3/4” GSM
50TCB Series (Telescoping Computer Base) Many vehicle specific modelsSolves difficult mounting problemsVery adjustableCan be used with all console modelsWelded steel constructionMust attach computer mountPages C68 - C70
51TCB QuestionWhat model TCB would you suggest for a C-3010 console?C-TCB-2
64Computer Mounting Question What is the maximum width laptop that can be used with aC-3090?15.5 "
65Trunk Trays C-3190 Crown Victoria C-3190P Crown Victoria C-3311 Impala C-3190 with C L
66Trunk Tray Installation Instructions Model C-3190 for 1996 – 2003 Crown VictoriaStep 1. Align forward radio shelf bracket with existing holes in front of trunk wall. Use 2 (two) 1/4” x 1” hex head cap screws, 2 (two) 1/4” flat washers and 2 (two) 1/4” flange nuts. Don’t fully tighten bracket yet.Step 2. Use a block of wood or a shim to level radio shelf. Drill 1/4” hole into trunk hinge, support base on driver’s side. Fasten down shelf using 1 (one) 1/4” x 1” hex head cap screw, 1 (one) 1/4” flat washer, and 1 (one) 1/4” flange nut.Step 3. Insert 2 (two) 1/4” x 1” hex head cap screws in shelf holes. Place bottom support bracket over hex head cap screws, then place hanger support bracket on top of bottom bracket. Place 2 (two) 1/4" flat washers and 2 (two) 1/4" flange nuts Crown Vic: use pair of holes toward front of vehicle. For 1997 Crown Vic: use holes toward rear of vehicle.Step 4. Using the support as a template, mark and drill two holes in upper deck. Bolt support bracket onwith 1/4” x 1” hex head cap screws, 2 (two) 1/4” flat washers, and 1/4” flange nuts. Make sure shelf is level and tighten all hardware.Tools needed: 7/16” wrench and socket, drill and 1/4” bit, level.Hardware Included: 8 (eight) 1/4” x 1” screws, 8 (eight) 1/4” flange nuts, 8 (eight) 1/4” flat washers.Note: Do not substitute hardware. Do not use self-tapping screws as they will vibrate loose.
67Trunk Tray Installation Instructions Models C-3311 & C for 2001 – 2003 Chevrolet ImpalaStep 1. Put complete tray assembly into trunk with 17-1/2”aluminum leg brackets towards front of vehicle.Mounting holes on top of front leg brackets will line up with body cross member in front of trunk.Note: Prop up rear end of tray.Step 2. Prior to fastening front leg brackets to body, make sure brackets are straight up and down (90° to floor).Step 3. Drill mount holes into body cross member with 3/16”drill bit and bolt brackets on with 1/4”x 3/4”self tapping screws.Note: Watch out for wiring for “police package” rear deck lights. The bottom of front leg brackets just rests on floor.Step 4. Rear adjustable brackets can now be attached to the underside of package tray (Also try to keep these brackets straight). Using 1/4”drill bit, drill through slot in bracket into package tray.Note: This hole should be accessible from the pre-existing oblong hole in package tray so you will be able to use the 1/4”x 3/4”screws, washers and nuts to attach (one on each side). Do your final side-to-side adjustment and tighten hardware. Using 3/16”drill bit, drill additional hole through a slot in bracket into package tray. Fasten with 1/4”x 3/4” self tapping screws (one each side).Step 5. Your final (up and down) adjustments can now be made. Level as desired and tighten 1/4”hardware.Step 6. Attach rubber edge guard to rear lip of tray.Step 7. You may now mount equipment onto tray.Final Notes:A. The slide tray should move smoothly from front to back. Thespring plunger pins should easily lock in when tray is pushed forward to its locked position. The spring plungers must be pulled out in order to release and slide out the tray.Note: The spring plungers have a 1/4turn override that disables the spring pin.B. When slide tray is in the “out” position, do not lean heavily on tray with your body. This may damage the slides.C. The perforated holes at the front of the tray are used for wire tying harnesses. All harnesses should exit the tray at the sides-rearward of front aluminum brackets.
68Trunk Trays Provides additional mounting surface Easy to service equipmentSimple slide & latch design14 gauge steel with black powder coat finishMounts per Ford 2003 CVPI.com guide lines
69YES Trunk Tray Question Does the spare tire need to be removed in order to mount a C-3190P?YES
73Questions Does Havis-Shields offer a console for 2001 Ford Escape? What is the #1 selling feature of an Angled Series Console?What makes the C-Series unique from other console brands?What is the most important feature of the C/TM Series?How many VS consoles does Havis-Shields offer?Will a C-AP fit into how many C-AS series consoles?How many armrests can be used with a Trak-mount? Part numbers?What model TCB would you suggest for a C-3010 console?What is the maximum width laptop that can be used with a C-3090?Does the spare tire need to be removed in order to mount C-3190P?
74QuizProvide part numbers for installing the following. The customer has:Whelen Cencom (# CCSRN)Motorola MCS 2000 RemoteMap light & 12 volt socketDell LaptopWould prefer AS consoleWants an armrest