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Old 12-27-2017, 07:31 PM   #1
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Adding stereo to panel

Well have new radio for panel and trying to figure best mounting place. In dash means cutting and back and forth on that. On one hand its cutting a perfectly good dash . On the other hand I want to update trucks power train,suspenion and comforts,so is really that big of deal?

Looked in dash idea,good but not most convent. In console,not to point of building console yet,need real seats.

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Old 12-27-2017, 09:07 PM   #2
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Re: Adding stereo to panel

I have done it all ways, stock AM with new speaker, cut dash & door panels for new radio, aftermarket radio in stock location, and computer speakers with MP3 Player. I don't ask on here because no matter what you want to do someone is going to jump on your chit about it.... .. I find the computer speakers and MP3 player work about the best if you don't want to cut anything. Unlimited music you actually like, and a pretty good sound.

Just do what works best for you .


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