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Hi everyone. I have an 04 Screw Lariat with the wood grain panels on the middle part and the door (shown in the picture) and I was wondering if anyone has come across replacements for these? And i mean actual replacement parts, not just the stuff that you can stick onto them. I'm not a huge fan of the wood grain, but i don't like the stick on stuff even more. If they make replacement parts i would definitely love to know if you've seen them.
On a side note, this isn't actually my truck, just a picture i found on the internet. I have the black leather interior.
Is it possible to just replace the center section without doing the entire dash? Is it also possible to go from the steering wheel shifter to the center console one?
Yes. Yes. The center piece is easy. You have to dissassemble a lot of the dash but still shouldn't take more than a good afternoon. I'm not sure what all is included in going from a column to floor shifter but I'd imagine the wiring harness is there, you'd just want a new column plastic and remove the column shifter because it'd look pretty dumb to have two shifters in your truck.
06 F-150 XLT SCab 5.4 FFV 4.10s/ Straight Piped
17" American Racing Victor Teflon/ Black Halo Proj. HL
3" Front Level, 2" add-a-leafs/Bull Bar/Edge Evo(boo)
35 x 12.5 x 17 Toyo Open Country M/Ts wore out, pitt- bulls coming soon- Rock lights
Those are exactly what i'm looking for. Thanks a lot. however, they don't seem to have ones for the center console with the automatic climate control, just the ones with the turny *****. Thanks for the site though. It helps out a lot.
Originally Posted by squirrelyyy
I believe Bucko is talking about a junk yard
Ha ha. Ok, good to know. I thought boneyard might have been a website of some type. Thanks.