Thanks for the response. I’ll be using 2x Rx and 1tx front and rear with an ALP system. Looking to print some mounts for the rear like you said. Here’s my proposed locations.What kind of jammer, ALP? TMG? If ALP, are you running 2 RX 1 TX or. 3 RX? I put my ALP RX between the tailgate and top of the bumper near the license plate cutout and the TX directly over the plate and centered. You can just 3M tape the TX bracket directly to the back of the plate.
Don’t be stupid like me. Check your available clearance between your bumper and tailgate first. It looks like you have a ton with it closed, but once I open my tailgate on my 2019 F250, that 2” plus of clearance becomes maybe 3/4”. I used a 3D printed mount at first, and my tailgate rubbed my RX sensors. I had to remount mine with a much slimmer mount.
It can be really confusing because the instructions say the sensor is effective in a 24” radius, but if you’re running a TX, that changes things. I originally thought mine needed to be more outboard to cover the headlights, but I was told different by multiple members. When I was tested against a VPR Dragoneye, I was initially getting punch throughs on the headlights. Going dual TX fixed this totally for me. I didn’t mess with the RX position at all. You want the RX sensors where they’ll pick up the beam from the gun regardless of where you’re shot. If you have only 2 RX sensors, like you have to do if you have a TX, you have to be careful not to put them too outboard or your ALP might never get the trigger to fire back on low center mass shots like the lower bumper. The TX is a beast at firing back. I’m not sure the laser diodes in the RX even matter much if you have a TX. I’m currently in the process of getting some guns myself and plan on doing some experimenting with the RX positioning to see how much difference it makes when you have a TX.I will def try it out with the rx sensors closer together in the rear and with the center tx in line. I will also move the front tx to above the H emblem, and maybe the front rx sensors one grill slat lower and therefore closer together.