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I have a 2013 STX with the dash in this picture...
I would like to take that center consol peice off and dremel out an exact hole for a new touch screen double din navigation unit. I searched this forum for the last 10 minutes to see if there was a how to on this and came across a few threads that touched on the topic of getting a after market replacement faceplate so I wouldnt have to drill this out.
Anyone with experience either drilling out the room for a double din unit or ordering a replacement faceplate please reply as I dont want to damage stock peices if I dont have to.
(oh and if there is a thread on this already a link to it will be fine to close this thread out for me cheers!)
I'm going to post them up in the for sale section next week. So i won't be ready until then.
I did these for a couple of people that bailed on me, so I'm trying to unload them. Best buy wanted $50! But they're about $20 online. So I'm going to charge about $50. The $50 covers the cost of the kit + paint and materials + my labor. So you'll get the complete kit (mounting hardware etc) + the bezel painted. This is with legit PPG auto paint. This is not a Duplicolor job.
I have one all prepped up ready for paint, but some mount tabs are broken. Nothing is wrong with the face of it. I just have to fix up the tabs, and I'll be selling that one cheaper...prob about $35. And whoever buys it will get to pick the color.
2010 F150 STX SCAB 4.6l 2v
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