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Old 08-12-2014, 07:58 PM   #1
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Default 2014 F250 Stock Radio swap to NAV/Radio

Hey all,

I just traded my 2012 F150 in for a Super Duty and I would like to swap out the stock radio for an Aftermarket touch screen NAV/Radio and keep the steering wheel controls and sirus and Bluetooth that comes with the truck.
I have seen some aftermarket ones for sale on Kijiji and best buy but looking for opinion on the subject.

Thank you,

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Meastro and Kenwood is as seamless as it gets. Or you can stacks PAC items to retain it all. Most aftermarket NAVs come with everything already in them that you wish to retain. I'd opt to just get a PAC swi (steering wheel interface) and be done with sync
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